The Villanova Wildcats football program represents Villanova University in the NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS, known as Division I-AA until 2006). The Wildcats compete in the Colonial Athletic Association for football only. They play on campus at Villanova Stadium with capacity of 12,000, with some games at Subaru Park in Chester with capacity of 18,000. They are led by head coach Mark Ferrante. The Villanova Wildcats won their first national championship on December 18, 2009 under Andy Talley. The team defeated the Montana Grizzlies in the national championship game in Chattanooga by a score of 23–21. They also have appeared in the Division I-AA/FCS Playoffs 14 times. Their combined record is 13–13. They were FCS National Champions in 2009 and have reached the Semifinals 3 times (2002, 2009 and 2010).