FedEx Field (Landover, MD)

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INFO FedEx Field is located in the Washington D.C. suburb of Prince George County, Maryland. The stadium was opened in 1997 and replaced Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium (RFK) as the home to the Washington Redskins of the... ... read more

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    Landover, MD
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    1600 FedEx Way
    Landover, MD 20785

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FedEx Field (Landover, MD) Information

FedEx Field (Landover, MD) - Concert Venue | Stadium in Washington, DC.

FedEx Field is located in the Washington D.C. suburb of Prince George County, Maryland. The stadium was opened in 1997 and replaced Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium (RFK) as the home to the Washington Redskins of the National Football League.

Along with NFL games at FedEx Field, it also hosts the occasional NCCA football game. In 2004, the Virginia Tech vs. USC matchup brought in over 91,000 fans. At its peak, FedEx Field was the largest venue in the NFL, but after minor renovations it was reduced to a capacity of 79,000 spectators.

Although the Major league Soccer team, D.C. United, remains at RFK stadium, FedEx Field has hosted many international soccer games as well as D.C. United games. In 2011, the world-class football club, Manchester United, beat F.C. Barcelona 2-1 in front of a sold-out audience.

Popular bands and artists also use the stadium as a venue for their tours. Previous performers have included The Rolling Stones, Linkin Park, and Paul McCartney.

FedEx Field (Landover, MD) User Reviews

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Fun times, money gone!
Tiara J. Jun 9, 2013
Although I'm not a Redsins fan, whenever the Eagles play here or Virginia Tech host a game it's always a blast. Got to love the atmosphere of football fans. Surprisingly it's not hard to park at all, just be sure to be ready to pay and walk. For those who like to tailgate there are port-a-potties all over, so drink to your heart's content. Once in the stadium, things tend to change. The restrooms are disgusting, concessions WAAAAAAY over priced, eat and drink before entering. Seats are comfortable enough, but depending on where you're located sitting isn't even an option. All in all if your surrounded by good friends and your team is winning, it's always a fun time. LET'S GO HOKIES/ E-A-G-L-E-S Eagles!
replaced rfk for redskins stadium
Josh P. Dec 1, 2012
being from baltimore, i am a ravens fan so the redskins are my natural enemy. despite that, i have been to a handful of redskins games with friends at fedex field. there is no question that the raven's stadium, M&T bank stadium, is much, much better. fedex field is just ok, there isn't anything special about it. the food isn't that great and you don't get many choices but it is just as expensive as any other stadium which is kind of lame. the stadium itself looks really old and is not kept very clean. if someone has tickets to a game, i would go, but i'm not rushing to get back there.
Attended FC Barcelona-ManU game
Jody P. Nov 30, 2012
As a recent American ex-pat in Barcelona, I'm learning to love futbol. I went to FedEx Field in 2011, before moving to Spain, to see this game. Being from Baltimore, i'm used to pretty nice stadiums like Camden Yards and M&T Bank Stadium so I was a little turned off by FedExField. We took public transportation and followed the crowd to the stadium, which took more than a half hour (just the walking, taking the metro took a seriously long time) so we were late for the game. There weren't really many people tailgating but that may have just been because we were so late. The inside of the stadium was filthy. Don't get me wrong, one would expect a certain degree of filth in a stadium; however, i've never seen either of the Baltimore stadiums in this condition. The food and drinks were regular stadium arm-and-a-leg expensive, but it wasn't good food like Boog's BBQ at Camden Yards or crabcake sandwiches at M&T Bank Stadium. I've been to a few other NFL stadiums as well, and i've never seen one with as little variety and poor quality as at FedEx Field. Seriously, if I have to sell my first born to have a meal and a beer, I want more options than chicken sandwich or burger. Our seats were nosebleed, but that was our own choice; however, the seats are so tiny and steep that I feared for my life while cheering on FC Barcelona. Long story short: Bad location, bad building, bad food. You are better off watching the Redskins on your hi-def TV in your living room.
Terrible Stadium
Danny M. Oct 17, 2012
While I have not been to every NFL Stadium, I have to believe that Fedex Field is one of the worst in the entire league. Parking…terrible. Surrounding neighborhood…terrible. Tailgating scene…weak. Concessions…terrible. The stadium was built too quickly and not thought through well enough and the Redskins are stuck with a dud for who knows how long. There’s also too many seats which means there are some super nosebleeds that make you feel like you’re watching ants move around the field. I haven’t been to a concert here but I imagine it’s also a pretty bad experience. If you’re a Redskins fan (which fortunately I am not) you are forced to watch your home games here. If you’re planning a road trip to watch your team, you should avoid at all costs.
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