Taking my son to his first game and he’s beyond excited let’s get this win and beat Arizona
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Washington Commanders History
The Washington Commanders were founded as the Boston Braves in 1932 and are one of the original members of the NFL's Eastern Division.
In 1937, they moved to Washington, where they won their first game in D.C. against the New York Giants, and have since become one of the most recognizable professional sports franchises in history. They have 32 members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame and one recipient of the Walter Payton NFL Man of The Year Award — Darrell Green. The team has won five league championship titles (1937, 1942, 1982, 1987, and 1991), five conference championships, 15 division championships, and have made 25 playoff appearances.
Washington Commanders Team Info
Year Founded: 1932
Team Colors: Burgundy, Gold
Washington Commanders at FedExField
Located in Summerfield, Maryland, five miles east of Washington, D.C., FedExField opened in 1997 and has a capacity of 67,717 for Commanders games. The stadium features five levels of seating, including the Bobby Mitchell Level, Joe Gibbs Club Level and Pete Rozelle Upper Level — all named after Pro Football Hall of Famers who made an impact on the Commanders’ career.
The Commanders were also the first NFL team to have a marching band starting in 1937. To this day, the Commanders Marching Band is one of only two professional football marching bands, and continues to entertain fans during pre-game and halftime performances.
The Washington Commanders' schedule release video was uploaded on May 11, 2023. You can watch the A.I.-themed clip featuring team mascot Major Tuddy here.
The Washington Commanders’ 2023 regular season kicks off in September at home as the Commanders face off against the Arizona Cardinals. The Commanders play their final game of the regular season at home against their NFC East rivals the Dallas Cowboys. Here’s a list of key games to keep an eye on:
- 09/10 vs. Arizona Cardinals
- 10/01 @ Philadelphia Eagles
- 10/22 @ New York Giants
- 12/17 @ Los Angeles Rams
- 12/31 vs. San Francisco 49ers
- 01/07 vs. Dallas Cowboys
Verified Resale tickets for the Washington Commanders’ 2023 regular season can be purchased on Ticketmaster, the Official Resale Ticket Marketplace of the Washington Commanders.
The Washington Commanders are located in Washington, D.C., where they have played since the 1937 season. (The Seattle Seahawks is the NFL team that’s based in Washington state.)
Check out the FedExField seat map here.
The Washington Commanders have reached the Super Bowl championship five times and have won three titles — Super Bowls XVII (1983), XXII (1988) and XXVI (1992).
It was very entertaining especially before the game and plus my commanders won,
Nice stadium but my boys should of won but my 1st game it was nice i had the perfect seats will come again
This was given to me as a 50th birthday gift. My oldest daughter spent $500 on tickets in section 222. She was warned of the obstructive view but when shown a preview of the view from her seats it certainly didn’t show a huge support column directly in front of our seats. This was the most misleading and miserable thing experience of my life.
I had a great time and a pretty good experience except for my Dallas Cowboys played like a peewee team lol. My only complaint was the lady and her daughter that was sitting in a row in front of us kept smoking there vape and the stinking smoke kept coming in my face almost the whole game. They really should crack down on that .
When going into the stadium, there needed to be more direction on which way your section is.
The Seating was great. Driving there was a little hectic. Never been to a NFL game. Glad I did.
Getting into the stadium was absolutely horrible. There were no cops directing traffic, they were letting the stop lights do the work. So people were running those. Instead of being in charge of the traffic. It took us about an hour to go .3 miles. I ended up leaving the game early not because I didn’t want to stay but because I couldn’t imagine how long it would take to get out of the parking lot based on how long and how unorganized it was getting in. I’ve been to many other stadiums that understand when it’s a game day that they have to do something special to get everyone in and out of that area. And that didn’t seem to be a concern or priority. This is a response of the overall experience, Ticketmaster was great and easy to deal with. But the venue is horrible.
The game was great! I easily accessed the game tickets and parking pass. I will def be ordering again for future football games! HTTR
The seats were as pictured. However, I was upset that I had to purchase a $15 locker because my crossbody purse was "too large"