The Philadelphia Eagles are a professional football team that compete in the National Football League (NFL). They were founded in 1933 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania as a replacement for the bankrupt Frankford Yellow Jackets. The Eagles are members of the East Division of the National Football Conference. The team has never won a Super Bowl, but did win 3 NFL Championships before the introduction of the Super Bowl. If you want to know where the Eagles play their home games, keep reading to find out.
Where do the Philadelphia Eagles play?
The Eagles play at the Lincoln Financial Field, which is a part of the South Philadelphia Sports Complex located in South Philadelphia. This stadium was opened in 2003 after 2 years of construction at a total cost of $512 million. The stadium seats 68,532 patrons and this can be expanded to 69,144 with standing room tickets. The stadium is also used by the Temple Owls football team and by the Philadelphia Union (MLS) when they play high profile matches. It is also used for concerts, Monster Jam and many other sporting events such as the Army-Navy football game.
Since their founding the Philadelphia Eagles have had 6 different home stadiums. Their first home stadium was Baker Bowl and they soon moved to Philadelphia Municipal Stadium (John F. Kennedy Stadium). Their 3rd stadium was Connie Mack Stadium (Shibe Park) and their 4th was Franklin Field. Before moving into Lincoln Financial Field the Eagles played at Veterans Stadium.