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A Rivalry Like No Other! 134 Years & Counting!



Tuesday, November 10
Boys Soccer: Germantown Academy 3, Penn Charter 0

Girls Tennis: Germantown Academy 6, Penn Charter 1

Wednesday, November 11
Girls Soccer – 2:15pm - LIVESTREAM
Field Hockey – 3pm - LIVESTREAM

Thursday, November 12
Golf - 2pm
Girls Water Polo - 4pm -  LIVESTREAM
Boys Water Polo - 5pm - LIVESTREAM

Saturday, November 14
Boys Cross Country - 9:30am
Girls Cross Country - 11am
134th annual GA vs PC Football Game – 1pm - LIVESTREAM

The Competition Cup will be presented following the football game.


 The Rules  

While we are VERY excited to play games this season, we are UNABLE to host spectators. Several games will be livestreamed with full play-by-play and commentary, and those links will be sent out prior to the games. The health and safety of our students, employees, and coaches is our number one priority, so please follow the rule of not coming to campus. *We appreciate your understanding and cooperation!*


Virtual celebrations will be held for some classes ending in 0 and 5 - CLICK to see your class' plans. All 0s and 5s should keep an eye out for a special mailing from GA. SAVE THE DATE - November 12-13, 2021! Official IN-PERSON reunions for 0s and 5s AND 1s and 6s!

I'll always remember the atmosphere on GA-PC day. Playing in front of that many people was incredible and to be out there with classmates and your closest friends is hard to beat.

- Dan Lovitz '10, defender for Nashville SC.

The History of GA-PC DAY

Both Germantown Academy and Penn Charter are members of the Inter-Academic Athletic League (Inter-Ac), founded in 1887. The first few championship playoffs of the League featured GA and PC, and since then the duel has become legend as the longest running prep school football game in the country. The addition of boys soccer and boys cross country matches to the GA-PC Day festivities raised the stakes and ignited the intensity of this traditional clash.

The rivalry, still fiercely competitive, has grown over the years. Once known for its male athletic contests, GA-PC Day began including match-ups between the girls field hockey, girls cross country, girls soccer and girls tennis teams in the 1990s. In 2001, boys water polo was added to the day's events, and girls water polo would follow in 2008. A special Competition Cup, established in 1996, is awarded to the school which wins the most events on GA-PC Day. GA has won the cup for the past two years.