• The Georgetown Football Story

    Founded in 1874, the story of football at Georgetown University encompasses numerous highs and lows from a team that stood alongside the nation's major college powers as late as 1950, yet was forced to rebuild itself as a student-run club and spend two decades at the small college level before rejoining Division I in 1993. Today's teams remain committed to the ideals of intercollegiate football set 140 years earlier, and continue to fight for Georgetown's blue and gray.


Player Rosters

The long (blue and) gray line, since 1887.

Meet The Coaches

A doctor, three dentists, and five attorneys. Two major league baseball players and three NFL standouts. Such are among the men who have served as head football coach at Georgetown.

The Bowl Games

Gone but not forgotten: Georgetown's appearances in the Orange and Sun Bowls. (Coming this fall.)

The Home(s) Of The Hoyas

The gridirons of Georgetown, large and small.

Hoyas In The NFL

Georgetown alumni have been a part of numerous NFL teams, from the Green Bay Packers and Washington Redskins to the Newark Tornadoes and the Pottsville Maroons.

First In The Nation's Capital

Football's arrival at the Hilltop, 1874.

The Hoya Hercules

The amazing, true story of a Georgetown legend, an NFL All-Pro, and World War II hero.

Salad Days

Football was once king at Georgetown. What could go wrong?
 
 

Football For Fun

The story of football's unlikely return to Georgetown, and the 1963 varsity team that never was. (Coming this fall.) 
 
 

Up Or Out

Georgetown's move to Division I-AA was no sure thing. What followed was a decade of success, and two decades of struggle in return. (Coming this fall.)

More Than A Number

The life of Joe Eacobacci, class of 1996, is remembered each year in a unique tradition. (Coming this fall.)