Philadelphia Eagles Home Schedule 2019

The Philadelphia Eagles begin their 2019 NFL season at home against the Washington Redskins (Sept. 8) in a NFC East matchup in Week 1. Before their bye in Week 10, they have four home games and none of those opponents were 2018 playoff teams.

After the bye, they face three playoff teams at home. First up is the defending Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots (Nov. 17) in Week 11 followed by the Seattle Seahawks (Nov. 24) on Sunday Night Football in Week 12. They face a couple of divisional opponents at home with the New York Giants (Dec. 9) on Monday Night Football in Week 14 and the Dallas Cowboys (Dec. 22) in Week 16.

2019 Philadelphia Eagles Home Schedule

Schedule Date Opponent Time (Eastern)
Preseason Thu, Aug. 8 vs. Tennessee Titans 7:30 PM
Preseason Thu, Aug. 22 vs. Baltimore Ravens 7:30 PM
Week 1 Sun, Sept. 8 vs. Washington Redskins 1:00 PM
Week 3 Sun, Sept. 22 vs. Detroit Lions 1:00 PM
Week 5 Sun, Oct. 6 vs. New York Jets 1:00 PM
Week 9 Sun, Nov. 3 vs. Chicago Bears 1:00 PM
Week 11 Sun, Nov. 17 vs. New England Patriots 4:25 PM
Week 12 Sun, Nov. 24 vs. Seattle Seahawks 8:20 PM
Week 14 Mon, Dec. 9 vs. New York Giants 8:15 PM
Week 16 Sun, Dec. 22 vs. Dallas Cowboys 4:25 PM

Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field

The Eagles, founded in 1933, play at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The stadium opened in 2003 and seats over 69,000. It is located in South Philadelphia and locals refer to it as “The Linc.” The Eagles won Super Bowl LII last season against the New England Patriots.

Philadelphia Eagles Seating Chart – Lincoln Financial Field

Philadelphia Eagles Seating Chart

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All game times are local and subject to change.

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