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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), Lane Johnson (OT), DeVonta Smith (WR)

2023-24 Regular Season: 11-6 (5th in NFC)

2024 Playoffs: NFC Wild Card (defeated 32-9 by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers)

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

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

Philadelphia Eagles

While the Philadelphia Eagles have been around a very long time as a football team (beginning in 1933 along with the Pittsburgh Steelers), it was not until 2017 that the team won its first Super Bowl. Many had expected them to win one years before, when, led by versatile quarterback Donovan McNabb, they faced Tom Brady and the high-powered New England Patriots in 2004. The Patriots won that one, but the Eagles would gain sweet revenge at the all-guns-blazing, high-scoring Super Bowl LII in 2017, winning by a score of 41-33. In that game, Eagles quarterback Nick Foles pulled 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”). The Eagles got a shot at a second championship in 2022, but lost out to the Kansas City Chiefs in a heartbreaking 38-35 defeat at Super Bowl LVII. With some of the most dedicated fans in the league (selling out every home game since 1999), the Philadelphia Eagles will no doubt be back in 2024-25 to aim for another title. Get your Philadelphia Eagles tickets from TicketX and be there to see it!

Rival Teams

Nothing gets NFL football fans all revved up like watching their team square off against one of their biggest rivals. Here are two of the Philadelphia Eagles’ most significant rivalries.

Philadelphia Eagles vs Dallas Cowboys

The Philadelphia Eagles’ rivalry with the Dallas Cowboys started to pick up steam in the 1970s and has seldom looked back, with the two teams contesting the division and conference on numerous occasions. The enmity between the teams spilled over in the 1980s and 1990s when the Dallas kicker was actually threatened with bodily harm by Eagles players (it was said that they placed a bounty on him!) and Eagles fans retaliated by throwing snowballs at the Cowboys players. The overall series currently stands at 73-56 in favor of the Cowboys, though the Eagles have had the better of them in recent decades. The teams will meet up twice this season: on November 10 at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas and on December 29 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia.

Philadelphia Eagles vs New York Giants

The Philadelphia Eaglesrivalry with the New York Giants is part of the huge local multi-sport rivalry between the cities of Philadelphia and New York (think Phillies-Mets, Flyers-Islanders, Flyers-Rangers, 76ers-Knicks). Sharing a division ever since 1933 (coming up on 100 years), the two teams have played one another close to 200 times (the Eagles lead the all-time series at 94–89–2) and have met in the postseason on 5 occasions (with the Eagles winning 3). The Eagles and Giants are set to meet twice during the 2024-25 regular season, on October 20 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford and on January 5 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia.

When does the NFL Preseason start for the Philadelphia Eagles?

The Philadelphia Eagles preseason kicks off on the road on August 9 against the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore and on August 15 against the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium in Gainsborough, Massachusetts. The Eagles then return home to Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia to face the Minnesota Vikings on August 24 to round out their preseason.

How much are tickets to Philadelphia Eagles preseason games?

The prices of tickets to Philadelphia Eagles preseason games vary depending on the opposing team and the location of the game. As one example, we examined prices of tickets to the Eagles preseason game against the Minnesota Vikings at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia on August 24.

Philadelphia Eagles vs Minnesota Vikings Preseason Tickets

Venue: Lincoln Financial Field (Philadelphia, PA)

Date: August 24, 2024

Ticket Resale Site

Ticket Price

Fees

Final

SeatGeek

$45

$22.13

$67.13

StubHub

$50

$23

$73

TicketX

$49.94

$10

$59.94

Why should you buy tickets to Philadelphia Eagles preseason games?

While preseason games do not count towards point tallies in the NFL regular season, don’t completely write them off! Not only are tickets to preseason games much cheaper, but they also allow you a sneak peek at exciting up and coming new players who might bolster the lineup of the Philadelphia Eagles in the upcoming season. With cheaper prices from TicketX, premium seats are also much more affordable for unbeatable up close views of all your favorite Philadelphia Eagles players.

2024-25 NFL Season Predictions

Which Teams Will Go To the 2024-25 NFL Playoffs?

There will be 14 teams that qualify for the Postseason—seven from the AFC and seven from the NFC—and despite an influx of new and talented QBs drafted by teams in the 2024 NFL Draft, expect at least 11 of the same teams in the NFL Playoffs as last season.

So, who are the four that might not make it this time and who didn’t make the Playoffs last year but might in the 2024-25 season? The Buccaneers, Browns, and Steelers may find it harder this time around, with the Falcons, Bengals, and Jets possibly making the Wild Card round.

Last season, the Detroit Lions and San Francisco 49ers met in the NFC Championship Game, and the Baltimore Ravens and Kansas City Chiefs collided in the AFC Championship Game, with the 49ers meeting the Chiefs in the Super Bowl in Las Vegas.

Expect those four heavyweights, along with the Packers, Eagles, Cowboys, and Rams in the NFC and the Texans and Bills in the AFC, to make it back to the NFL Playoffs next season.

Which Two Teams Will Go To Super Bowl LIX and Why?

Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs will be seeking their third straight Super Bowl win. With genius Head Coach Andy Reid, TE Travis Kelce, and a much-improved defense, they are the best team in the AFC and have lofty expectations. The Lions had the Niners on the ropes last year and have steadily improved the last two seasons. They are eyeballing a shot at the Super Bowl and have the skill position players and chip on their shoulders.

So Jared Goff and Detroit (12/1 to win the Super Bowl, DraftKings) could meet the best player in the NFL—Mahomes—and his Chiefs (+550) in Super Bowl LIX at the Caesars Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana, on Sunday, February 9, 2025.

2024-25 NFL Super Bowl LIX Prediction: Chiefs 33 Lions 24

Trade Rumors and Draft Picks

After a disappointing Wild Card exit in 2024 after coming so close (just a field goal away!) from winning the Super Bowl in 2023), the Philadelphia Eagles will be keen to beef up their squad with free agents, new talent from the draft, and trades with other teams to be more competitive in the upcoming season. In the 2024 NFL Draft, the Eagles selected cornerback Quinyon Mitchell in the first round, and will be hoping that he can step in immediately to make a big impact. To add depth and experience, the Eagles may turn to the trade or free agency, with rumored trade targets including Patrick Surtain (CB) of the Atlanta Falcons, Marcus Epps (S) of the Carolina Panthers, and Cesar Ruiz (C) of the New Orleans Saints.

How much are Philadelphia Eagles tickets?

You can find the cheapest Philadelphia Eagles tickets starting from $22.15 at M&T Bank Stadium on Aug 09 on TicketX. Prices vary depending on locations and dates, so please search for tickets based on the location and dates of games that you might be interested in attending.

Self-reported average prices of Philadelphia Eagles tickets:

Ticket Resale Site

Average Philadelphia Eagles Ticket Price

SeatGeek

$424

TicketSmarter

$631

TicketX

$383.26

Prices of Philadelphia Eagles tickets vary depending on the opposing team and the importance of the game to the season. As one example, we compared prices of Philadelphia Eagles vs Dallas Cowboys tickets and Philadelphia Eagles vs New York Giants tickets.

Philadelphia Eagles vs Dallas Cowboys Tickets

Venue: AT&T Stadium (Arlington, Texas)

Date: November 10, 2024

Ticket Resale Site

Ticket Price

Fees

Final

SeatGeek

$80

$44.59

$124.59

StubHub

$84

$46

$130

TicketX

$100

$20

$120

Philadelphia Eagles vs New York Giants Tickets

Venue: Lincoln Financial Field (Philadelphia, PA)

Date: January 5, 2024

Ticket Resale Site

Ticket Price

Fees

Final

SeatGeek

$149

$56.94

$205.94

StubHub

$137

$54

$191

TicketX

$164

$32

$196

Philadelphia Eagles Merch

The following is a selection of approximate prices for top Philadelphia Eagles merchandise that you can expect to find sold at kiosks and shops in and around Lincoln Financial Field.

Product

Price

Official Jersey

$130-370

Kids Jersey

$85

Cap

$30-46

T-Shirt

$29-45

Women’s Hoodie

$60-80

Lincoln Financial Field

Philadelphia sports fans are some of the nation’s most passionate and this zeal for their home teams can be seen game in and game out at Lincoln Financial Field, which frequently fills up with sellout crowds decked out in green to support their beloved Philadelphia Eagles. There is nothing quite like a Philly crowd when it gets behind its team (or gets on their case if they are losing) and with close to 70,000 fans at every home game, the atmosphere at Lincoln Financial Field is truly something to behold. The Temple University Owls (NCAA College Football) also play at Lincoln Financial Field . Along with all regular season and playoff Eagles and Owls home games, Lincoln Financial Field  hosts a packed schedule of concerts, outdoor hockey games, Monster Jam truck events, and the annual Army-Navy college football game. The venue has also witnessed many top international soccer matches and is scheduled to host several matches during the 2026 FIFA World Cup. Hungry visitors to Lincoln Financial Field will find plenty of satisfaction too, with everything from Aussie meat pies and pierogies to hamburgers and, of course, Philly cheese steaks on the menu.

How to get to Lincoln Financial Field

You can get to Lincoln Financial Field on the SEPTA Broad Street Subway Line. Get off at NRG Station (the final stop), adjacent to the stadium. Various other trains and city buses can help get you to your game or event as well. Visitors can also arrive in their own cars or a taxi, but be prepared for the possibility of heavy traffic before and after big games and events. There is plentiful parking at Lincoln Financial Field, but only those with premium seats or suites at the stadium can make parking reservations for on-site parking ($45). Many guests choose to park their cars at nearby FDR Park ($30), a 5-minute walk from the stadium. Visit Lincoln Financial Field’s official website for maps, driving directions, and full parking information.

Lincoln Financial Field Bag Policy

The Lincoln Financial Field bag policy encourages fans to leave all bags at home if possible. If necessary, visitors can bring in one clear bag (maximum size: 12" x 6" x 12") or one single clear one-gallon freezer Ziploc-type bag. Guests may also carry a small clutch or purse (maximum size: 4.5" x 6.5"). Diapers, blankets, and medical necessities are also permitted.

Lincoln Financial Field Rules

Lincoln Financial Field has an extensive list of rules meant to ensure a safe and fun day for all at the venue. Most of them are common sense, but a few of the most important rules to remember are:

  • Aisle Policy so that no one misses the actions, fans are asked to leave their seats during stoppages in play (if possible) and stand in the aisle until a stoppage occurs when they return.

  • Banners and Signs only small hand-held signs and banners are permitted and must not be attached to any poles/sticks longer than 1 foot. Metal and wood poles/sticks are prohibited. Words and images on banners/signs must not be offensive or commercial in nature.

  • Containers no containers, bottles, cans, or similar items are allowed into the stadium. Medical exceptions will be made.

  • Radios radios (maximum size: 12″ x 12″ x 12″) are permitted, but headphones are mandatory.

Visit the stadium’s A-Z guide page for a full list of rules at Lincoln Financial Field.

Hotels Near Lincoln Financial Field

A number of good hotels can be found within walking distance (or a short cab ride) of Lincoln Financial Field, including the Club Quarters Hotel Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia; Wyndham Philadelphia Historic District; and Hilton Garden Inn Philadelphia Center City.

Lincoln Financial Field Seating Chart

Lincoln Financial Field is a large venue with many different seating options for visitors. While the same size as its predecessor, the stadium contains a greater proportion of premium seating in the form of luxury suites and club seats, as well as accessible seats for fans with disabilities. There is also plenty of general admission seating, with options at mid-range as well as cheaper prices to suit every preference and budget. Whether you choose to sit behind the player benches, around the endzones, or up in the nosebleeds, there isn’t a bad seat in the house at Lincoln Financial Field. Have a look on TicketX to see which tickets are available to games or events at Lincoln Financial Field and view our handy seating chart to evaluate different seating options.

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