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Washington Commanders

Conference: National Football Conference (NFC)

Division: NFC South

Stadium: FedEx Field (capacity 58,000)

Head Coach: Ron Rivera (2020-present)

Starting Quarterback: Sam Howell 

Star Players: Jonathan Allen (DT), Terry McLaurin (WO), Daron Payne (DT)

2022 Regular Season: 8-8 (9th in NFC)

2022 Playoffs: Did not qualify

Legendary Former Players: Darrell Green (CB), Sammy Baugh (QB/P/DB), John Riggins (RB/FB), Joe Theismann (QB)

Super Bowls (NFL Championships): 3 - 1982 (XVII), 1987 (XXII), 1991 (XXVI)

Washington Commanders

The Washington Commanders, known as the Washington Redskins until 2019, have been the principal NFL team of the nation’s capital since 1937. The team had a good start, winning the NFL championship in their very first year in the league as well as in 1942, but began to struggle after the end of the Second World War, not only failing to qualify for the playoffs for 25 seasons in a row, but also posting just four seasons with winning records in that same period of time (the worst being 1961 when they went 1-12-1). Washington’s fortunes immediately turned following the AFC-NFC merger of 1970, seeing the team make four straight playoff appearances including a trip to Super Bowl VII in 1972 where they lost 14-7 to the Miami Dolphins. Things got even better for the team from Washington, D.C. in the 1980s, with Washington kicking off the decade in style when they defeated the Detroit Lions, Minnesota Vikings, and Dallas Cowboys en route to a rematch with the Dolphins in Super Bowl XVII. Washington won the game with a come-from-behind victory led off by a brave rushing touchdown by John Riggins followed by another touchdown by wonderfully named wide receiver Charlie Brown (no jokes about him trying to kick the football, please!). Washington was back in the Big Game to defend their title at Super Bowl XVIII in the following season, but came up against an unstoppable Oakland Raiders team and were obliterated 38-9. The men from the nation’s capital got it right in 1987 when they broke John Elway’s Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XXII by a margin of 42-10. Their third Super Bowl win came in 1991 at the expense of the Buffalo Bills, carrying the day 37-24 to emerge victorious in Super Bowl XXVI. As seems their wont, Washington once again fell from a period of utter dominance and stunning triumphs into three decades of losing, losing, and more losing. The team has been to the playoffs just seven times since their last Super Bowl win in 1991, winning just three postseason games. Fans of the Washington Commanders will be hoping that their team’s habitual cycles of boom and bust return to boom time in the near future and bring a fourth Super Bowl home to the nation’s capital.

How can I get cheap tickets to Washington Commanders football games?

Despite the team’s struggles in recent years, Washington Commanders fans have long memories. The older ones remember their team’s past glories and have passed the stories on to the younger generation until it has become the stuff of legends, and so the Commanders still draw thousands of loyal fans to FedExField for every home game. While this helps to create a great atmosphere at Commanders games, it can make tickets hard to come by, particularly for key regular season deciders, postseason playoff games, or rivalry matchups (see below) when they are often sold out well in advance. To find the cheapest tickets to Washington Commanders football games, search our TicketX listings and the game schedule on this page. You can use our trusty TicketX seating chart to compare prices and locations and purchase tickets with the lowest commission fees from TicketX with a single click! 

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Washington Commanders football rivalries

The Washington Commanders have a huge rivalry with the Dallas Cowboys that stretches back more than half a century to when the Cowboys joined the league in the 1960s. Being in the same division, they have played one another twice each year since, with the Cowboys enjoying a 77-48 all-time record against the Commanders. Both teams have won the Super Bowl four times a piece since the rivalry began. The Commanders also have rivalries with the Philadelphia Eagles and New York Giants

Are Washington Commanders football games exciting?

Washington Commanders football games at FedExField are a lot of fun, with fans gathering from all around the D.C. area to come support their team. The party usually starts early with fans meeting up for pre-game tailgating parties featuring plenty of food, drinks, and laughs. Commanders games sometimes cause a few laughs too, though their loyal fans always harbor the hope that this could be the day when their team does something to get them to jump out of their seats. Buy your Washington Commanders tickets from TicketX today and get in on the fun!


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