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"Awesome stadium that is easy to get to by train. I would warn you from driving here as leaving the stadium might become a very long process. I watched the Eagles play from the sidelines 30 rows from the field and while it was awesome to be so close you can see the players, I find sitting a bit higher would give you better angle during plays because the ball is covered by players and you can't see it depending on where the play started. On another occasion we sat all the way at the top and the view was still quiet good, acoustics not bad and there are no partial view pockets (like at the Redskins stadium). I also find the crowd on top to be more involved in the game and loud and supportive. I recommend coming about 30 min before the game to get through the line and get to your seats without being an annoying guy walking by after the game has started."
Club seating for Philadelphia Eagles games are located in the double digit sections preceded by a "C" in the stadiums second level. Aside from fantastic sight lines and extra wide, padded seats, amenities also include access to a climate controlled lounge, upscale food and beverage options, and VIP entrance into the stadium.
The best seats for a Philadelphia Eagles game are located in the sections closest to the midfield in the lower and club levels. In you decide on seats in the lower level along the sideline, make sure you choose seats above row 10, as this will give you the necessary height to watch the plays develop from all corners of the field.
History and Overview
Lincoln Financial Field is located in Southern Philadelphia and is home to the Philadelphia Eagles and Temple Owls. Constructed in 2003, Lincoln Financial Field replaced the old Veterans Stadium. Commonly referred to as "the Linc" the stadium has a capacity of 68,532.
Lincoln Financial Field Seat Numbers
The seat numbers at Lincoln Financial Field are different than most stadiums as seat number 1 is always closer to higher numbered section adjacent to it. So for example, seat 1 in section 120 is on the aisle closest to section 121.
The Philadelphia Eagles bench is located in front for section 101, and the visitors bench is located in front of section 120.
Philadelphia Eagles fans are some of the most loyal fans in the NFL, so if you are coming to Lincoln Financial Field rooting for the visiting team, be careful about your wardrobe choices. Wearing the opposing teams jersey or other memorabilia will leave you subject to jokes from fans around you, so support your team at your own risk.
Lincoln Financial Field Ticket Policy
Sellers must disclose all information that is listed on their tickets. For example, obstructed view seats at Lincoln Financial Field would be listed for the buyer to consider (or review) prior to purchase. These notes include information regarding if the Lincoln Financial Field seat view is a limited view, side view, obstructed view or anything else pertinent.
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