Washington Redskins Tickets for Sale
The Washington Redskins are part of the East division of the National Football Conference (NFC) in the National Football League and the team plays all of their home games at FedExField located in Landover, Maryland. The stadium is an open air stadium that offers seating for up to 75,000 with 243 executive suites. Headquarters and training facility are at Redskins Park in Ashburn, Virginia as well as the recently built Redskins Complex in Richmond, Virginia. To date the team has won five NFL Championships (2 pre-merger, and three Super Bowls), as well as taking home 13 NFL divisional titles and six NFL conference championships. The team is co-owned by Dan Snyder, Dwight Schar and Frederick W. Smith, President of football operations is Bruce Allen the Redskins GM is Scot McCloughan and the head coach is former quarterback who won four Arenabowls as a player and two more as a head coach, Jay Gruden brings his enormously amassed set of skills home to Washington. In a not so surprising but very necessary move, the Redskins have traded a fifth-round pick in the 2016 season for tight end Derek Carrier from the 49ers. Carrier’s record to date is 9 rec, 105 yards with an 11.7 AVG there was buzz that the Bears and the Saints both wanted Carrier. Coach Gruden say that if Robert Griffin III is cleared for “non-contact” activity due to a concussion, if he is cleared we can expect him to be playing despite the consensus that some feel he is something of a lost cause, Coach Gruden has made no suggestions at all that he is thinking of promoting Kirk Cousins, or Colt McCoy to QB1.
FedExField is a football stadium in Prince George’s County in Maryland. Home to the Washington Redskins football team. Team owner Dan Snyder announced this year that new plans were being drawn up for a new stadium, and they will be leaving FedExField. Many things come to mind when trying to decide what is making people want a new stadium. It could be the long transit time it takes to get to the stadium, the playing surface has been the subject of dispute for some time among many other things so keep your eyes and ears open for more details as they come for that dream to become a reality. The stadium has a seating capacity of over 80,000 seats available with five different levels and viewing experiences to choose from. The Lower Level, the Club Level, the Lower and Upper Suite Levels and the Upper Level. Each level is named after a prominent figure in Redskins history, the NFL, and Washington, D.C. area. The suite levels have 243 suite, lounge, and Owner’s Club luxury boxes and 15,044 club seats.
After Daniel Snyder purchased the Redskins seats dubbed “Dream Seats” were installed. The first five rows of the lower level, extending down almost to the level of the field. So that when players were on the sidelines your view was actually blocked you were so close to them. FedExField is also host venue to many soccer and major concerts throughout the year.