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4.1

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Always a great atmosphere win or lose.

- Philadelphia

The atmosphere at the linc is always incredible, best fans in the world at an incredible stadium

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Birds

- Philadelphia

Good time just wished we won!!! The people next to us were entertaining!

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1st row only

- Philadelphia

had an amazing time seeing Wentz back in action and we won

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Great Value, but getting limited

- Philadelphia

I’ve gotten standing room tickets for Eagles games at the Linc for the past several years and love the fact that they are less expensive than the alternative nose bleed seats up top; however, since the Eagles won the Super Bowl, the organization has added more seats, suites and wheelchair accommodations in areas which used to be accessible for SRO ticket holders. The organization either needs to sell fewer SRO tickets going forward or increase the number of SRO areas.

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Eagles Preseason VS Jets

- Philadelphia

Tickets were awesome great seats better than I expected . Using web tickets at gate was easy . Whole experience was awesome !! Thank You Ticketmaster for Making going to Eagles Game Easy !!!

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Eagles open practice

- Philadelphia

Took my son to the Eagles open practice day for families. Had a great time! Wish more players would have signed autographs though. I’m glad it was a “free event”. Only thing is the general admission seating. We would have loved to been able to walk around and do things on the concourse, however we would have lost our seats. We walked around afterwards, however staff was trying to rush us out. But overall we had a blast and was thankful they opened practice to the fans so that we could enjoy “our Super Bowl Champs!!!” Would have loved to been able to see the trophy and gotten a picture of it. Thank you Eagles!!!

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The atmosphere and energy was amazing! The excitement contagious! Fly eagles fly!

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Dissappointed

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There were not enough staff to direct traffic. We spent alot of time moving, trying to find seating just to come across stairwells that were blocked off. it was very frustrating and extremely hot. I was ready to leave.

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AMAZING

- Philadelphia

I loved it would definitely go to this again had a blast and was great to see the player's involving the fans to.

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Eagles public practice was awesome!

- Philadelphia

Eagles practice was really awesome especially with it being in the linc!

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Official NFL Ticket Exchange of the Philadelphia Eagles

Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field

In addition to hosting the newly-crowned Super Bowl champions, Lincoln Financial Field is home to world-class amenities and a uniquely passionate fan base. The stadium was built in 2003 and renovated between 2013-2014 to provide enhanced seating and venue-wide free Wi-Fi. The luxury club suites are among the most luxe in the NFL. There’s a range of food options, from mouth-watering Philly staples (Chef Marc Vetri’s pizzas and various cheese steaks) to healthy vegetarian options. It’s green, too: roughly 1/3 of the stadium’s energy is produced with wind turbines and solar panels, making it the world’s most eco-friendly sports stadium.

Reports of nearby telephone poles greased with Crisco to prevent fans from climbing to view the 2018 NFC Championship game between the Eagles and the Minnesota Vikings, is but a testament to the insatiable buzz surrounding the team. Rocky musical intros, ferocious drives led by quarterback Carson Wentz (affectionately nicknamed “The Dutch Destroyer”) and grand tailgates are all reasons why every Eagles game has been sold out since 1999.

2017-2018 Eagles Season

In their Super Bowl-winning 85th season, the Eagles killed any notion of being amid a rebuild. Initially, 2017-2018 looked to be a baby step, not a leap towards a return to the playoffs. Preseason (2-2 record), however, saw coach Doug Pederson’s squad show real potential. Wentz looked to become a franchise quarterback sooner than later, especially with offseason acquisitions of wide receivers Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith. Running back LeGarrette Blount and defensive end Chris Long were also productive signings.

The regular season (13-3 record) was defined by the resilience of the “Bird Gang.” The Eagles lost the second game of the season against the Kansas City Chiefs and then went on an absolute tear, winning the next nine games. Despite a season-ending injuries for running back Darren Sproles, left tackle Jason Peters and linebacker Jordan Hicks, the team achieved dominant wins (six were by a margin of 10+). 

Several factors contributed to the Eagles’ greatness. Wentz’s performance was MVP-worthy. Receiver Nelson Agholor and tight end Zach Ertz also had breakout seasons, while running back Jay Ajayi brought balance to the run game. When Wentz went down with a torn ACL, backup QB Nick Foles secured playoff berth as the first seed in the NFC. Amazingly, Foles continued Philly’s unlikely upsurge through the postseason. Considered underdogs throughout most of this run, the squad proceeded to win Super Bowl LII over Tom Brady and the heavily-favored Patriots. The game included outstanding performances by both the Eagles' offense and defense, with highlights such as an ingenious flea-flicker play which resulted in a Foles touchdown reception. The 2018-2019 season will be one to look forward to.

Philadelphia Eagles Team History

The Philadelphia Eagles joined the NFL in 1933, when a bankrupt team called the Frankford Yellow Jackets were bought by a group led by former college football teammates Bert Bell and Lud Wray. The team adopted the name “Eagles” as a nod to the emblem of President Roosevelt’s National Recovery Administration. The team saw some success during the late 1970s and early 1980s under Coach Dick Vermeil and quarterback Ron Jaworski, including a trip to the Super Bowl in 1981. More success came with a string of playoff appearances during the 2000s. Coach Andy Reid and quarterback Donovan McNabb, along with other players including Terrell Owens and Brian Dawkins, lead the team to a Super Bowl loss in 2004. With their 2018 Super Bowl victory, the team certainly has the pieces in place to begin another dynasty.