World War II veteran Francis Ryan has seen a lot in his 94 years — and that includes a heck of a lot of football.
On Sunday, the New York Giants took notice.
The G-Men honored the Brooklyn native before the team’s win over the Carolina Panthers at MetLife Stadium, recognizing him for both his military service and startling 63 years as a season ticket holder.
“It was unbelievable, greater than anything I could’ve imagined,” Ryan, who is from Sheepshead Bay, told The Post. “As always, the Giants fans were awesome. I am truly honored.”
Ryan has been a season ticket holder since 1957 when the Giants played at Yankee Stadium and the price tag was a mere $40.
Today, he’s shelling out $1,750 and still prefers the oldtimers — but is no less enthusiastic about his gridiron team.
“Frank Gifford was my favorite,” Ryan said. “YA Title, Charlie Connerly were great. Today’s players couldn’t measure up to those guys.”
But he conceded, “Lawrence Taylor and Michael Strahan were great too.”
Ryan joined the US Army out of James Madison High School and served in the Panama Canal Zone during the war — receiving the Victory and American Theater medals.
On Sunday, he stood in the end zone at MetLife with his four children, their spouses and five grandchildren sharing the special moment with him.
“I was stunned when the Giants called me,” he said. “It is an unbelievable thrill and honor to be recognized for both my loyalty as a fan and my military career.”
“I can’t ask for anything more,” he added, “except maybe another Super Bowl.”