Harvard Football Games vs. Bucknell, Princeton Moved to 1 p.m. Starts

Overflow crowds fill Harvard Stadium annually.

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – A pair of time changes have been finalized for Harvard Crimson home football games in 2011. Games against Bucknell (Oct. 15) and Princeton (Oct. 22) will now be played at 1 p.m. after originally being scheduled for noon.

The only game at Harvard Stadium currently scheduled for a noon kickoff is the Nov. 12 contest against Penn, which will be televised nationally on Versus TV.

All children, 12 years old and under, receive free admission to home football games (non-Yale) with no limit to the number of children per family.

A new online ticketing system is available 24 hours/day at Crimson fans can easily go online to renew or purchase season tickets, as well as additional items such as Kids Club memberships and video board messages. also provides fans with up-to-date game and promotional information for all Harvard Athletics ticketed events. Tickets are also available via phone at 617-495-2211 or in person at the Harvard Athletic Ticket Office.

Single-game tickets go on sale August 1 at 9 a.m.

The Crimson opens its season Sept. 17 at Holy Cross before making its home debut on Friday, Sept. 23 against brown under the lights at Harvard Stadium.

Following road games at Lafayette (Oct. 1) and Cornell (Oct. 8), the Crimson returns home for three straight home games. On Oct. 15 Harvard plays its final non-conference game when the Crimson takes on Bucknell in the teams' first meeting since 1997. Harvard then steps back into league play against Princeton (Oct. 22) before hosting Dartmouth (Oct. 29).

After a road game at Columbia on Nov. 5, Harvard plays its final home game Nov. 12 at noon against Penn on Versus TV. The Crimson then travels to Yale for the 128th playing of The Game in New Haven, Conn., also televised live on Versus TV.   

All home games will be broadcast live and on-demand on

The complete season schedule is available on the above links. All dates and times are subject to change.