Lincoln Financial Field
South Philadelphia is home to the Philadelphia Eagles. The locals are tough and have high expectations. Lincoln Financial Field exceeds those expectations with an incredible venue that features some of the most state of the art amenities in football.
The Linc opened in 2003, taking the place of Veterans Stadium. Known as a green stadium not just because of the Eagles, but also due to its energy efficiency, this stadium leads the pack in innovation. Other upgrades have come in the form of seating additions, new HD video boards, and stadium-wide Wi-Fi.
The 172 luxury suites at Lincoln Financial Field are impeccable. The theatre-style padded seats make for maximum comfort. From private VIP entrances to catering that is unmatched, Lincoln Financial Field will impress your business clients. Retractable windows in each Eagles suite gives you the option to block out the weather or open it up for an even better view. Plasma TVs, game day magazines, and private restrooms will make you want to stay long after the game has ended.
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After so many years of waiting, fans in the City of Brotherly Love were finally rewarded with a Lombardi Trophy in 2018 as the Philadelphia Eagles were crowned Super Bowl Champions! An incredible journey with more twists and turns than a Hollywood movie got its storybook ending as Nick Foles, an unlikely hero, hoisted the hardware above his head as the confetti fell.
After the disastrous regime of Chip Kelly, general manager Howie Roseman took back control of the team and handed over the coaching duties to Doug Pederson, a former Eagles player and coaching descendant of Andy Reid. Despite the usual Philly skepticism, Pederson showed some signs of promise in his first year and the organization took a leap of faith by moving up in the 2016 NFL draft to select Carson Wentz with the second overall pick. Pinning the future hopes of their franchise on a quarterback from North Dakota State, the Eagles quickly saw a return on their investment. While many were excited at the beginning of the 2017 season, nobody saw them finishing the year at 13-3 with a division title and home field advantage throughout the playoffs.
The situation was bitter-sweet, however, as Carson Wentz, their Pro Bowl star quarterback went down in Week 14 with a serious knee injury that would sideline him until the next season. Stepping back onto the field was a journeyman quarterback in his second stint in Philadelphia. Led by Nick Foles, the Eagles continued to prosper. Getting a few games under his belt before the playoffs, Foles and the Eagles rested during their bye in the Wild Card round before moving past the Atlanta Falcons in the NFC Divisional Playoffs with a 15-10 victory. A dominant performance against the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC Championship Game saw the Eagles come out on top 38-7. This decisive victory set them to face the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl.
The prospect of facing Bill Belichick and Tom Brady in the Super Bowl is enough to worry any franchise. Having to do it with a backup quarterback at the helm would be terrifying. Luckily for the Eagles, Nick Foles was unflappable. The underdog Eagles were at their absolute best on the game’s biggest stage, firing on all cylinders to expertly execute an incredible game plan put together by Coach Pederson. In one of the greatest football games of all time, the Eagles improbable dream came true with a 41-33 victory. Nick Foles played the game of his life at quarterback and even caught a touchdown on a trick play that will go down in history.
Following up on their Super Bowl season, the Eagles fell victim to the common Super Bowl hangover. Struggling to stay at .500 and keep their playoff hopes alive, Carson Wentz went down again late in the season. Sidelined with a back injury, Foles was inserted back into the starting lineup once again, evoking memories of the previous year. The Eagles would eventually fall to the New Orleans Saints by a score of 20-14 in the divisional round. This would be the last game in an Eagles uniform for Foles, who signed with Jacksonville in the offseason.
Surrounded by veterans and stars, Carson Wentz has the supporting cast to come back from injury again and make the magic happen for his squad. Offensive tackle Andre Dillard, chosen 22nd overall in the 2019 draft is tasked with helping keep Wentz upright this year. A receiving corps featuring Nelson Agholor and Alshon Jeffery got a boost in free agency with the signing of DeSean Jackson. Originally drafted by the Eagles, Jackson heads back to Philadelphia with the intention of helping this team bring home another championship. Meanwhile, tight end Zach Ertz is a future hall of famer who can block and catch with the best of them. The running game added Jordan Howard from the Chicago Bears via an offseason trade and also features Josh Adams who emerged as a threat as a rookie last season.
The Philadelphia defense can come alive at any moment. Big time players like Fletcher Cox, Derek Barnett, Brandon Graham, Malcolm Jenkins, and Nigel Bradham all have the capability of taking over a game and giving the Eagles tremendous momentum. The Eagles moved Michael Bennett to the New England Patriots in the offseason, but were able to quickly replace him with Malik Jackson who will join the team from Jacksonville.
Philly fans are among the most passionate in the league, bleeding green and singing their famous fight song after each touchdown. Eagles suites are in high demand as fans want to enjoy the comfort and style of a suite while watching a great game on the field.
Over the years, some incredible players have suited up in the Philadelphia Eagles uniform. Fan favorites include Chuck Bednarik, Tommy McDonald, Ron Jaworski, Reggie White, Donovan McNabb, Brian Westbrook, and Brian Dawkins. More information about the history of the Philadelphia Eagles as well as the current squad can be found by clicking here.
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