The world-champion Philadelphia Eagles play at Lincoln Financial Field, which opened in 2003.
Huge concourses, over 300 concession stands and beautiful sightlines to the field make this one of the NFL’s finest stadiums.
The Eagles won their first-ever Super Bowl title in 2018.
Just inside the gates at the north end of the stadium, fans can gather at HeadHouse Plaza, a 100,000 square-foot area packed with entertainment, food, a massive video screen, the team store, Tailgate Zone and more.
Don’t have tickets to the game? Don’t sweat it. In a town as sports-crazy as Philadelphia, there are a ton of great sports bars where fans can kick back with a beer and a bite to watch the action on large-screen TVs.
The stadium’s doors usually open about two hours before kickoff, so ticketholders who want to see the players warm up should arrive early. Lucky fans may even score an autograph or two.