The Best Stadium Experiences of The NFC East
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4) FedEx Field
Home to the Washington Redskins FedEx Field sits just outside the DC metro area, in the charming confines of Landover, Maryland. Beltway traffic is notoriously packed, even on afternoons other than gameday, so consider taking the cheap and efficient Metro to the station located by the stadium. Washington fans are known for their passion, and there’s a lot of them – by capacity, FedEx Field is the largest stadium in the entire league!
3) MetLife Stadium
If you’re in the market for New York Giants tickets, MetLife Stadium is a great attraction. The newest stadium in the AFC East replaced the lovable but outdated Giants Stadium, and has a new name to reflect the fact that it actually houses two franchises (the Jets host teams here as well). It’s $1.6 billion construction cost makes it the most expensive stadium in the NFL, and it shows for those lucky enough to attend games. The architectural design is sleek and modern, an array of lights color the building’s façade in different ways to suit different occasions, and the first row of seats are closer to the action than any other venue in the league. There’s a reason the NFL chose MetLife to be the test case location for the 2014 cold-weather Super Bowl. Food and drink is expensive, but hey, this is the New York metro area after all.
2) Lincoln Financial Field
Philadelphia Eagles tickets don’t just give you an up close and personal look at one of the NFL’s most electrifying offenses. They also give you and up close and personal look at one of the NFL’s best game-going experiences. “The Link” is a state-of-the-art facility with affordable amenities, great sight lines and navigable concourses. And right beside the stadium is the XFinity Live Center, a massive bar-and-music-palooza sure to fulfill your every tailgating heart’s desires.
1) AT&T Stadium
Like the Yankees in Major League Baseball or the Lakers in the NBA, the Dallas Cowboys are more than just a football team – they’re an institution, a way of life, an empire. And they have just the stadium to reflect that. Built under the supervision of megalomaniacal team owner Jerry Jones, this new state-of-the-art stadium is a towering, baroque paean to the immortal silver star. The most recognizable in-game attractions are the massive jumbo-screen and, of course, the world famous Cowboys cheerleaders. Love or hate the Cowboys, there’s no denying this place is a phenomenal spot to catch a game in-person.