Located on a 200-acre site, the stadium is the largest in the NFL.
Construction began on the privately financed, $250 million facility in March 1996; it was completed, according to the Redskins, in a record 17 months. The Redskins consecutive streak of home sellouts go back 44 seasons.
In 1997, $30 million was spent to create a 170,000 square-foot atrium encircling the entire stadium, making the Joe Gibbs Club Level a major addition. Since purchasing the team in July 1999, Daniel M. Snyder has doled out more than $100 million to enhance FedExField, including the addition of escalators, an Owner's Club Suite Level, a radiant heating system on the loge level and more seats on the upper, lower and loge levels. According to the Redskins, the franchise installed 8,000 solar panels and 10 electric vehicle charging stations after the 2010 season.
Located in the upper deck is the Redskins' Ring of Fame, with plaques honoring the team's greatest players and executives, including George Allen, Sammy Baugh, Joe Gibbs, Vince Lombardi, Sam Huff, Joe Jacoby, Sonny Jurgensen, Billy Kilmer, Doug Williams, Art Monk, John Riggins and Joe Theismann. The first national anthem at the facility was sung by Mary Chapin Carpenter.
-- Information from the Washington Redskins media guide was used in this overview
Sections 213 through 230, Rows 14 and above, may have obstructed views.
Sections 120 to 123 and 220 to 223 may also be referred to as Touchdown Club seating.
Sections 103 to 119, 120 to 140, 203 to 219 and 220 to 240 may also be referred to as Tailgate Club seating.
Sections 301 to 303, 319 to 324 and 340 to 342 may also be referred to as Zone A Club seating.
Sections 304 to 305, 317 and 318, 325 and 326 and 338 and 339 may also be referred to as Zone B Club seating.
Sections 306 to 316 and 327 to 337 may also be referred to as Zone D Club seating.
Tickets not specified by the seller as Club Level may map to a less premium section.
We encourage parents to register their children at any Guest Service Center to receive a wristband with the child's seat location. Lost children may approach any stadium staff member for assistance.
FedExField has established the following rules and regulations for appropriate fan behavior: Guests wearing obscene or indecent clothing will not be permitted into the stadium. Guests using foul or inappropriate language will be subject to ejection. Guests appearing intoxicated will be subject to ejection. Guests displaying inconsiderate behavior toward other fans will be subject to ejection. Guests ejected from the stadium are not eligible for a refund. Guests attempting to access areas without the proper ticket pass or credential will be subject to ejection. Guests failing to follow the instructions of FedExField representatives and/or the police will be subject to ejection. Please restrict movement in the seating area to breaks in the action. Season-ticket holders are responsible for the actions of any individual using their tickets. Inappropriate behavior by anyone using an account holder's ticket(s) is cause for non-renewal of ticket privileges.
1600 FedEx Way
Landover, MD 20785
From northern Virginia: I-495/I-95 North to Exit 15B (Central Avenue), turn right on Garrett A. Morgan Boulevard, follow to stadium.
From Montgomery and Howard counties: I-495/I-95 South to Exit 17B (Landover Road), turn left on Brightseat Road (becomes Redskins Road), follow to stadium.
From Prince George's and Anne Arundel counties: 50 West to I-495/I-95 South, to Exit 17B (Landover Road), turn left on Brightseat Road (becomes Redskins Road), follow to stadium.
From Washington, D.C.: East Capitol Street (becomes Central Avenue) into Maryland, turn left on Garrett A. Morgan Boulevard, follow to stadium. (Directions are from Redskins team website.)
For complete details, click here to the FedExField parking guide.
Take the Blue Line to the Morgan Boulevard Metro Station. The Morgan Boulevard Station is located on Garrett Morgan Boulevard and is within one mile's walking distance to FedExField, according to the Redskins team Web site. Click here to check the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority website and its Metro Trip Planner.