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Philadelphia Eagles Tickets
Philadelphia Eagles Tickets - Description
The Eagles were established in 1933, and the team plays at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Since 1948, the Eagles have won three NFL championships; however, the team has yet to visit the Super Bowl since it began in 1967. As members of the NFC East Division, the Philadelphia Eagles have appeared in 18 playoff games and have won 11 division championships and three conference titles. Jeffrey Laurie is owner, CEO and chairman of the organization.
Watching the Philadelphia Eagles
When you go to a Philadelphia Eagles game, bring along a hearty appetite for football and food. The Eagles play some nitty-gritty football and they eat some mighty tasty food. Bars and restaurants surrounding the stadium serve up locally-brewed beer, Philadelphia cheese-steak sandwiches and Pennsylvania Dutch-style sour-dough soft pretzels. Before the game, you can visit the Liberty Bell or any of the outdoor art galleries that crowd the city. Be prepared for a wild time with some aggressive football zealots.
Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field
At a cost of $512 million, the Lincoln Financial Field became the home of the NFL team the Philadelphia Eagles in August of 2003. The stadium has 68,532 seats at its location in the South Philadelphia Sports Complex. Like its predecessor Veterans Stadium, Lincoln Financial Field was originally built with four jail cells. This feature was later removed when it was determined that more tame crowds made it obsolete. Lincoln Financial Field hosts other events besides the Philadelphia Eagles games; soccer teams regularly use the space, and it was a 2004 Olympic venue for the event.
Philadelphia Eagles 2011 Team Outlook
The Philadelphia Eagles return several skilled players from last year’s NFC East Champion team. Coach Andy Reid added 11 draft picks and several proven veterans to the mix for probable success this season. The team remains solid at the quarterback and wide receiver positions. It shored up an offensive line that ranked 29th overall in sacks allowed last season. The Eagles also shifted offensive line coach Juan Castillo to defensive coordinator. His coaching experience on both sides of the ball should help the defense improve its last place ranking inside the red zone. Look for the Eagles to contend for another division title.