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Army Football on the radio

Army Football on the Radio

You can listen to live Army games online or on the radio dial. The Army Black Knights Sports Network represents one of the most loyal college sports networks in the nation.  See a full listing of all the Army radio stations below

CityCall SignFrequency
Abilene, KS (Ft. Riley)KABI1560 AM
Albany, NYWINU104.9 FM
Albany, NYWENU1410 AM
Beacon, NYWBNR1260 AM
Cameron, TXKTON1330 AM
Cameron, TXKTON100.9 FM
Colorado Springs, COKCEG780 AM
Colorado Springs, COKCEG105.1 FM
Dothan, ALWAGF101.3 FM
Fayetteville, NCWFBX1450 AM
Fayetteville, NCWFBX92.5 FM
Florence, NJWIFI1460 AM
Huntsville, ALWZZN97.7 FM
Kingston, NYWGHQ92.5 FM
Kingston, NYWGHQ920 AM
Lawton, OKKKRX1380 AM
New York CityWMCA570 AM
Peekskill, NYWLNA1420 AM
Watertown, NYWBLH92.5 FM
Waynesville, MOKIIK1400 AM
Army Football on the radio

Dean Darling


Dean is known as “Mr. String Music” and was the voice of Southeastern Conference basketball for most of the 1970-80s. In 2012, he was elected to the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame, as a contributor to the game.

Army Football on the radio

Rich DeMarco

Play by Play

An individual whose voice is familiar to Army fans worldwide, Rich DeMarco is in his 16th year with the Army Athletic Association. After serving as the Black Knights’ director of broadcasting for three years, the New Jersey product added the title of director of multimedia services and community outreach during the summer of 2007.

Army Football on the radio

Tony Morino

Sideline Reporter

Joins Sprague from Philadelphia on the even of the Army-Navy game helping us understand just how important a sports event it remains.