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Fedex Field Tickets Once having played host to the world champions, today’s king in English football, Chelsea FC and the Spanish giants in football, Real Madrid in the 2005 Series of World Football, Fedex Field is known for hospitality. Home to the Washington Redskins, named as the second most precious NFL team in America, the Fedex Field opened its doors to the world of football in 1997. Fedex Field, though not as massive as the other football stadiums; has five levels most of them named after the important names from Washington DC, NFL and Redskins except for the Lower Level which is officially named after the late ex- president and owner of the Washington Redskins, George Preston Marshall as “George Preston Marshall Lower Level”. The stadium was built as a replacement for the RFK Stadium (The Robert.F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium) the former venue for the team. Named as a portmanteau of the two sons of the then Canadian owner, Jack Kent Cooke, the stadium got to be registered as “Raljon” coming from the names “Ralph” and John”. But with the change in the ownership of the stadium from Jack Kent Crooke to the current owner Daniel Snyder, the name of the stadium also under went a change. It was somewhere in the winters of 1999 that the stadium’s naming rights were bought by the world’s famous logistics service providers, the Fedex Corporation. From then onwards the facility came to be known as the Fedex Field.
Primarily a football stadium, Fedex Field is also recognized as a stadium that has hosted many large scale events. In spite some criticism from the Washington Redskin fans who do not feel that the stadium is big enough when compared to the other huge facilities; the stadium, over the course of time has played host to many notable events such as the Rolling Stones performance during the band’s “Bridges to Babylon Tour” in 1997 the band who again returned for their “Licks Tour” in 2002. The 2003 gave the stadium one of its busiest years that too star studded with Metallica, Linkin Park, Limp Bizkit, Mudvayne and Deftones all performing at the jam packed stadium in the same year. The stadium has also had the privilege of welcoming some of the greatest rock stars known to the world as U2, Muse and also the famous English composer, singer and song writer Paul McCartney. The stadium, when attached with big musical events, is also remembered to have hosted the memorable 1999 FIFA Women’s World Cup when the American Women’s soccer team defeated the national team of Germany’s women’s soccer. Another prominent year in the history of Fedex Field is the year 2002 when the home team the Redskins bought victory against the Detroit Lions. The stadium has not had a single football season where the premium seats have not been sold out. It was the year 2007 that marked the stadium’s highest number of spectators at the Redskins’ 27-6 win against the Dallas Cowboys, drawing an estimated 90,910 spectators. Considering the Fedex has a lot to offer, you definitely do not want to miss out on all the action. Buy your Fedex Field Tickets now and have enormous fun at the stadium be it watching your favorite games or watching your most sought after musician perform.
FedEx Field Stadium, located in Prince George’s County in Maryland, is a football stadium that is home to the football team of the Washington Redskins. The stadium has a seating capacity of seventy-nine thousand but has been stretched out to more than ninety-one thousand in 2009. It was built to replace the previous venue of the Redskins in the early nineties when Jack Kent Cooke wanted to have a new stadium constructed on grounds near Laurel Park Racecourse that lay along the Brock Bridge Roads. The stadium opened its gates for the first time in 1997, when it was named Jack Kent Cooke Stadium as attribute to its owner who passed away close to its opening. The stadium stand on five levels namely the Lower level, Club level, Upper level and the Lower and Upper Suite, and its construction was completed with a cost of more than two-hundred and fifty million dollars. FedEx Field Stadium tickets have been a popular treat among Washington Redskins fans since 1997 when the team began playing here.
FedEx Field Stadium has hosted many notable events including concerts by the Rolling Stones, who performed there on the Bridges to Babylon tour of 1997. Other artists that have performed there include E Street Band, Bruce Springsteen, U2, Paul McCartney, Deftones, Mudvayne, Linkin Park, Limp Bizkit, Metallica and Muse. We offer some of the cheapest prices for FedEx Field Stadium tickets so hurry and book them before they are all hogged.
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