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The 2021 game will be played at Yankee Stadium on Wednesday, December 29 at 2:15 p.m., featuring teams from the Big Ten and ACC Conferences.


This year will mark the 11th edition of the game and the seventh consecutive New Era Pinstripe Bowl to feature competitors from the Big Ten and ACC Conferences. The 2020 game was canceled due to COVID-19 considerations.


The New Era Pinstripe Bowl matchup, along with all Bowl Season matchups­­, will be revealed following the regular season and conference championship games.


The game will be nationally televised by ESPN and broadcast nationally and locally by ESPN Radio.


For up-to-the-moment information regarding the game, fans are encouraged to, the official website of the New Era Pinstripe Bowl, and follow the Bowl game’s official Twitter and Instagram accounts — @PinstripeBowl.


About the New Era Pinstripe Bowl: Established in 2010, the New Era Pinstripe Bowl has featured many memorable moments in recent college football history. “New York’s Bowl Game” is played at the world-renowned Yankee Stadium, which is home to the New York Yankees, New York City Football Club and many other sporting, cultural and business events. Various events, promotions and community outreach programs will take place during New Era Pinstripe Bowl week to again create an unforgettable experience for fans, families, students and staff.




2020     Canceled due to COVID-19 considerations

2019     Michigan State   27    –      Wake Forest         21

2018     Wisconsin           35    –      Miami                       3

2017     Iowa                     27    –      Boston College     20

2016     Northwestern    31    –      Pittsburgh              24

2015     Duke                    44    –      Indiana                   41   (1OT)

2014     Penn State          31    –      Boston College     30   (1OT)

2013     Notre Dame       29    –      Rutgers                   16

2012     Syracuse             38    –      West Virginia         14

2011     Rutgers               27    –      Iowa State              13

2010     Syracuse             36    –      Kansas State           34





Michael Margolis  


Communications & Media Relations  

New York Yankees  

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