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Philadelphia Eagles Luxury Suites: Unmatched Comfort and Luxury

Philadelphia Eagles Luxury Suites: Unmatched Comfort and Luxury

Just a few years removed from their incredible Super Bowl victory, the Philadelphia Eagles are a very different team today. Gone are the coaching staff, starting QB, and backup QB (Super Bowl MVP). In fact, there are just a handful of players left from the 2017 season.

The new group looks to make their own history in Philadelphia, and so far that road has been paved with speed bumps that are keeping things from really getting off the ground. Carson Wentz was traded last offseason to allow Jalen Hurts to assume the starting role. However, head coach Nick Sirianni doesn’t appear to have a system in place for Hurts. The offensive play has been sloppy and inconsistent. Hurts looks to be trying to make something happen instead of following a game plan.

Defensively, more inconsistent play plagues this team. Big names like Fletcher Cox, Brandon Graham, Derek Barnett, Darius Slay, and more would have you believe that this squad a defensive powerhouse. In some games that is true, and in others they have really struggled.

It will be up to Sirianni and his staff to get the most from the talent on this roster with solid game planning that uses every player to their strength. Will this happen or will owner Jeff Lurie pull the plug early? Only time will tell. For now, the Eagles battle it out at Lincoln Financial Field against their NFC East opponents as well as the rest of the league.

Forbes ranked the Eagles 10th among NFL teams with $2.65 billion in 2017. They were ranked among the top teams in the NFL attendance, selling out every game since 1999. Their fan base is one of the most intimidating in the leagues, possibly in all sports. The home stadium of the Eagles is Lincoln Financial Field.

Lincoln Financial Field

Also known as “The Linc”, Lincoln Financial Field is located in South Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The stadium was constructed to replace the old Veterans Stadium, and the naming rights were sold to the Lincoln Financial Group in 2002. In addition to the Philadelphia Eagles, it’s also the home stadium for Temple University’s Owls football team.

While the total seating capacity of the stadium is similar to that of “The Vet” (69,000), the newer facility contains more modern amenities and twice the number of luxury suites and wheelchair-accessible seats. These amenities include several LED video displays, 624 feet of LED ribbon boards, and green energy systems.

Lincoln Financial Field is responsible for hosting an array of sports events, often including the Army-Navy football game, NCAA Lacrosse National Championship, concerts, and more.

The Lincoln Financial Field luxury suites, the crowning jewel of this venue, are wonderfully decorated and feature comfortable seating with great sightlines of the action below. The catering options are absolutely incredible. The experience simply can’t be beat.

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