Established in 1933, the Eagles franchise got off to a slow start, recording 10 straight losing seasons before finishing 5-4-1 in 1943 when they joined forces with the Pittsburgh Steelers to compensate for the lack of available players during World War II. For the remainder of the 1940s the Eagles continued their newfound success, including back-to-back NFL titles in 1948 and 1949. Following their consecutive championships, the Eagles would be shut out of the playoffs until the 1960 season, when the Eagles won the franchise’s third and most recent NFL championship. Through the rest of the 1960s and a large portion of the 1970s the Eagles floundered at the bottom of the league. After recording winning seasons in 1978 and 1979, quarterback Ron Jaworski led the Eagles to their first Super Bowl appearance in 1980, but Philadelphia fell to the Oakland Raiders. Starting in 1988, the Eagles emerged as the consistent threat we know them to be today. With Andy Reid as the head coach and Donovan McNabb under center, the Eagles made the playoffs eight times from 2000-2009. Philadelphia has honored eight players by retiring their numbers. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Philadelphia Eagles football tickets.
2013 Eagles Season Preview
The Eagles will be under the microscope of almost all NFL fans this season after finishing 4-12 in 2012. New head coach Chip Kelly will have to prove he can be a successful NFL coach after a great run at Oregon before making the jump to the pros. His first decision will be settling on a starting quarterback. A competition between veteran Michael Vick, second-year man Nick Foles, and rookie Matt Barkley should bring out the best in all three candidates and put the Eagles in a position to succeed right away. To make the quarterback’s job easier, Philadelphia has loads of talent on offense—despite receiver Jeremy Maclin’s torn ACL. The Eagles’ offense will consist of running back LeSean McCoy, receiver DeSean Jackson and tight end Brent Celek. To provide the quarterback with additional protection, the Eagles selected Oklahoma tackle Lane Johnson with the fourth overall selection in the NFL Draft. With a new, exciting coach calling the shots, the Eagles are a serious threat to return to the playoffs in 2013.
Check out our Philadelphia Eagles Season Preview History page for previews of previous Eagles seasons.
Philadelphia Eagles Football at Lincoln Financial Field Address: 1 Lincoln Financial Field Way, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19147
The Eagles plays their home games at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. “The Linc” holds roughly 67.5 thousand screaming fans, and has reportedly been sold out for every single game the Eagles have played there. One of the newer stadiums in the NFL, Lincoln Financial features a front row just 60 feet from the action and two giant video screens to ensure fans don’t miss any of the action. The Philadelphia Eagles home bench is on the Lincoln Financial Field sideline with sections 105-135. Lincoln Financial Field parking is covered in our Eagles event guide.
One of the higher profile rivalries in the NFL, these two teams seem to bring out the worst in each other and the fans. With the two teams playing in the same division, the intensity and the stakes are at its highest. These two teams have combined for over 30 division titles and numerous playoff appearances. This rivalry still remains at the level it was when the teams first met in 1960.
This rivalry has become one of the best in the NFL. The rivalry only intensifies with both teams playing two times a year and often for position at top of the division. These two teams have met over 150 times in their history and have battled back and forth throughout.
A rivalry that is separated by one highway and almost 100 miles, these two teams have been slugging it out for over 75 years. It is hard to find another matchup with the intensity that these games are played at and with the fans not liking one another, the intensity level only continues to get higher.
Eagles in the Super Bowl, NFC Championship and NFL Playoffs
An organization that has been around since the 1930s, the Eagles have become one of the best franchises in the NFL. With over 20 playoff appearances, 10+ division titles, and multiple conference championships, the Eagles have established a legacy that is tough to match around the league.
Philadelphia Eagles Event Guide
What time do the gates open prior to an Eagles game?
Gates open to the general public 90 minutes before kickoff.
How can I buy cheap Philadelphia Eagles tickets?
TicketCity offers a big selection of Philadelphia Eagles football tickets which include some of the lowest priced seats on the market. Eagles tickets fluctuate based on demand and opponent. Marquee NFC opponents, like the Washington Redskins, Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears, can drive up home game prices. While cheap tickets are more plentiful for, non-conference or non-divisional opponents. Those games may offer best opportunity to purchase Philadelphia Eagles tickets near face value.
Where are good places to eat before an Eagles game?
No Eagles game is complete without one of Phillidelphia’s unbelievable cheesesteaks. Of the dozens of great places in the area for cheesesteaks, we recommend Vincenzo’s, Fat Joes, and Max’s Steaks. If you would rather spend pre-game at a sports bar try Chickie’s & Pete’s, Philadium Restaurant & Tavern, or CJ and Eck’s. For a fine dining experience visit Bibou, Fond, or Vetri. Ratchada Thai & Laos Cuisine, Tammarind, and Spice 28 are three great Thai food places that will not dissapoint. If you are looking for a restaurant with a trendy atmosphere check out Sampan, Square 1682, or The Sweet Spot. Other good places in the area are Zahav, Alma De Cuba, and Mixto.
Where can I find the 2013-2014 Philadelphia Eagles football schedule?
The Eagles 2013-2014 football schedule is listed as soon as it is announced by the NFL. The Eagles plays in the NFC East, which means games against the Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants and Washington Redskins. Game times are announced by the NFL as soon as the TV schedule is set. Philadelphia Eagles home opener is typically one of the most popular games. If you are looking for Eagles news or scores, then visit our partners at CBS Sports. They are also a good source for the official Philadelphia Eagles team roster.
Does my child need a ticket to attend the game?
Children two years old and younger do not require a ticket to enter Lincoln Financial Field, but must sit on a parents lap for the duration of the game.
Can I buy Philadelphia Eagles football season tickets?
Philadelphia Eagles season tickets are available to buy until kickoff of their home opener. Check our listings above or call us if you would like to purchase Philadelphia Eagles season tickets. Let us know if you want a particular section at Lincoln Financial Field.
Where is the best place to park at Lincoln Financial Field?
There are numerous parking options at Lincoln Financial Field. The majority of the lots immediately surrounding the stadium are reserved for season ticket holders or parking passes. However, to the north of the stadium, on the north side of 11th Street are two large cash parking lots just west of Xfinity Live. Cash parking lots continue from 11th Street all the way around Wells Fargo Center, making this the closest and most convenient area to find non-reserved parking. If you are not afraid of a little farther walk, try looking to the east of Pattison Avenue. There are consistent parking lots all the way east from Pattison to Packer Avenue. Most parking is around $25 for regular sized cars and trucks.
What’s the best way to get to Lincoln Financial Field on game day?
We suggest looking into the best route via train, as there are many different routes that can take you to the Broad Street Station.
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brian dawkins game Once in a lifetime game Wooooooooo! October 2, 2012
One word...AMAZING! The game was absolutely amazing! We were so close and even though it was a pre-season game I personally thought the price for the seats we had were decent! The tickets had arrived in plenty of time to give my friend for his birthday! Overall I am very satisfied! August 17, 2010
Seats were amazing! Game was fun but Eagles did terribly because Vick was injured. But overall it was a great experience! September 27, 2011
first time seeing my team~ bad experience Oh man! I went all the way to philly from Rhode island to see Michael Vick play the Redskins w/ McNabb to see him get hurt on the 1st quarter. I was so upset :( I would love to see any of my favorites player from the Philadelphia eagles and the Miami heat... pls vote for me ;) February 22, 2011