FedEx Field Tickets
FedEx Field Seating Chart and Event Tickets
Events at FedEx Field
Season Tickets-Not a game
Hail to the Redskins! While we’re at it, let’s also say Hail to Seating in FedEx Field. After all, this is one of the most sought after seats in the entire NFL. The waiting list for Redskins tickets is humongous, and fans have been known to wait decades for the chance to get their seats for Redskins games. As one of the NFL’s most visible teams, the Redskins have been packing fans in the seats for as long as anyone can remember. The tradition began in the old RFK Stadium. When the Redskins moved to FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland, the frenzy over Redskins tickets didn’t die down, the focus just changed to getting seats in the new stadium.
With a seating of 80,000 FedEx Field is one of the largest stadiums in the NFL. Opened in ‘97 as Jack Kent Cooke Stadium, a tribute to the Redskins owner, the name was changed after Daniel Snyder bought the Skins and sold the naming rights to FedEx. Taking your seats in FedEx, you’ll find yourself in an atmosphere few places can duplicate. The Ring of Honor surrounding FedEx Field contains the names of 40 famous Redskins players and coaches, making you realize how long and illustrious is the Redskins history. The stadium itself is decked out with rings of red and yellow seats and sports massive video screens on either end. There are also a number of restaurants to enjoy before and after the game, along with some of the most luxurious box seating in the league.
When you’re ready to take your seats in FedEx Field let GoTickets be the first stop on the way. We’ve always working to keep plenty of Redskins tickets on hand, including all the regular season games against the Dallas Cowboys, arguably the biggest rivalry in the NFL. When the Cowboys come to town, seats in FedEx Field are worth their weight in gold so be sure to contact us well in advance for the big game.
Opening Year: 1998