Of all the Ivy Leagues games of football, basketball, baseball, rowing, athletics, etc, probably the most anticipated and watched game is the Football Game between Harvard and Yale.
Students, faculties, alumni and friends would gather each year to witness the historic sporting event of the year.
See in the picture, red "H" and blue "Y" written on the field.
Yale Bowl was built in 1914. The first game was Yale vs Harvard football (American football)game.
On weekends, you can see Yalies walking towards the stadium, singing the Bulldog football
song. During intermission, you can see wacky Yale Precision Marching Band which enjoys entertaining audience with their creativity, non-conformity and surprises.
An opportunity to party before, during and after the games.
Watching inter-university sport events like lacrosse, ice hockey, basketfall, football is a year round activity in a university town like New Haven.
Found lacrosse unique as it is a sports originating from a native American game. Basically try to throw a lacross ball into the net, running and passing the ball around using a net on a stick.
The speed of the ball is fast. So do not get one coming at you.