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Philadelphia Eagles Tickets

Aug 11Sun 01:00 pm

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TBD at Philadelphia Eagles Preseason Game 1

Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA

Aug 25Sun 01:00 pm

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TBD at Philadelphia Eagles Preseason Game 2

Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA

Aug 31Sat 11:58 pm

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2024 Philadelphia Eagles Tickets - Season Package (Includes Tickets for all Home Games)

Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA

Sep 01Sun 01:00 pm

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Dallas Cowboys at Philadelphia Eagles

Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA

Sep 08Sun 12:00 pm

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MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ

Sep 08Sun 01:00 pm

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Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA

Sep 08Sun 01:00 pm

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AT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX

Sep 15Sun 01:00 pm

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Commanders Field, Landover, MD

Sep 15Sun 01:00 pm

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Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA

Sep 22Sun 01:00 pm

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Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA

Sep 29Sun 01:00 pm

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Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA

Oct 06Sun 01:00 pm

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Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA

Oct 06Sun 01:00 pm

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Paycor Stadium, Cincinnati, OH

Oct 06Sun 01:00 pm

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M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, MD

Oct 06Sun 01:00 pm

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Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, FL

Oct 06Sun 01:00 pm

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Caesars Superdome, New Orleans, LA

Oct 13Sun 01:00 pm

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Pittsburgh Steelers at Philadelphia Eagles

Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA

Oct 20Sun 12:00 pm

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SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, CA

Oct 27Sun 01:00 pm

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Jacksonville Jaguars at Philadelphia Eagles

Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA

Philadelphia Eagles

Conference: National Football Conference (NFC)

Division: NFC South

Stadium: Lincoln Financial Field (capacity 67,594)

Head Coach: Nick Sirianni (2021-present)

Starting Quarterback: Jalen Hurts

Star Players: A.J. Brown (WR), Haason Reddick (LB), Lane Johnson (OT)

2022 Regular Season: 14-3 (1st in NFC)

2022 Playoffs: Super Bowl LVII (defeated 38-35 by the Kansas City Chiefs

Legendary Former Players: Reggie White (DE), Donovan McNabb (QB), Brian Dawkins (FS)

Super Bowls (NFL Championships): 1 - 2017 (LII)

Philadelphia Eagles

The Philadelphia Eagles have been around a long time as a football team, starting their life as an NFL expansion team way back in 1933 (along with the Pittsburgh Steelers). The team was fairly successful in its early years, winning three NFL championships in the pre-Super Bowl era, but struggled to make the playoffs in the years after the 1970 NFL-AFL merger. Once they did, in 1978, the Eagles started to really take flight, soaring closest to glory in 1980 when they reached Super Bowl XV only to fall 27-10 to the Oakland Raiders. The team muddled through the late 1980s and early 1990s until molting into the scintillating Eagles of the late 1990s/early 2000s led by versatile quarterback Donovan McNabb. The Eagles were stopped in the NFC Championship in three consecutive seasons (2001, 2002, 2003) before finally pushing through to the Big Show in 2004 for a showdown against the high-powered New England Patriots in Super Bowl XXXIX. It was an incredibly close game throughout and headed into the fourth quarter tied at 14-14. The Patriots raced to a 24-10 lead, but McNabb hauled the Eagles back to within three points with just under two minutes remaining. That was as far as the comeback would go, however, and the Eagles returned to Philadelphia once more without the trophy that had eluded them so long. After disappointment again in 2008 when they lost to the Arizona Cardinals 32-25 in the NFC Championship, the Eagles got not only another crack at a Super Bowl but also at revenge in 2017 when they reached Super Bowl LII and found themselves staring down the field at Tom Brady’s Patriots once more. The game proved to be an all-guns-blazing, high-scoring contest, with Eagles quarterback Nick Foles pulling off a memorable trick play where he switched roles and ran to catch a short pass for a touchdown (a play now known as the “Philly Special”). In the end, the Eagles managed to outlast their opponents and win the game 41-33 with Foles, who had been the backup quarterback until an injury to the starter earlier that season, earning Super Bowl MVP honors. Football fans in the sports-mad city of Philadelphia turned out in force, flooding the streets to throw the biggest party that Philly had seen in many years. The Eagles even got another shot at a championship in 2022, but lost out to the Kansas City Chiefs in a heartbreaking 38-35 defeat at Super Bowl LVII. As they aim to satisfy some of the most dedicated fans in the league (the Eagles have sold out every home game since 1999), the Philadelphia Eagles will be looking to add more silverware to their trophy cabinet in the years to come. Read more about our tips on "How to Get Cheap Philadelphia Eagles Tickets Today" on TicketX Magazine.


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