Step Inside: Lincoln Financial Field – Home of the Eagles

Stadium History | Parking & Admission | Seating & Capacity | Food & Concessions

Venue Quick Facts
Venue Name Lincoln Financial Field
Location Philadelphia, PA
Address One Lincoln Financial Field Way, Philadelphia, PA 19148
Phone # (215) 463-5500
Capacity 67,594
Opened August 3, 2003
Architect Dan Meis, Ron Turner

Located in Philadelphia along I-95, Lincoln Financial Field is the home of the NFL’s Philadelphia Eagles. The stadium is in the heart of the South Philadelphia Sports Complex, which includes the Wells Fargo Center (home of the NBA’s Philadelphia 76ers), Citizens Bank Park (home of MLB’s Philadelphia Phillies) and the Xfinity Live! sports retail and entertainment facility.

Lincoln Financial Field, or “The Linc” as it’s commonly referred to by fans, opened in 2003 and underwent an expansive renovation in 2013. With its two wing-shaped canopies and balcony section dubbed the “Eagles Nest,” the 67,594-seat facility fully embodies the soaring mascot of its NFL host team. Along with serving as the home field throughout the Eagles’ three recent Super Bowl runs, including their 2018 championship trek, Lincoln Financial Field has housed countless top-tier live performances as well as special sporting events like the annual Army-Navy football game and the 2019 NHL Stadium Series. The Linc has also been selected to host Wrestlemania XL in 2024 and several matches during the FIFA World Cup in 2026.

The street address for Lincoln Financial Field is One Lincoln Financial Field Way, though the stadium recommends fans using GPS plug in the alternative address 1020 Pattison Avenue for directions.

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Lincoln Financial Field History

Constructed between 2001 and 2003, Lincoln Financial Field initially cost $512 million to build. It’s home to a wide variety of sporting events, including Eagles home games, Temple Owls college football games, Philadelphia Union Major League Soccer games and the NCAA lacrosse national championships. Lincoln Financial Field is also a hub for entertainment in South Philly, hosting stadium performances from artists such as Bruce Springsteen, U2, Taylor Swift and Metallica. Widely considered a cultural landmark, the stadium has also been featured in the popular television show It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.

In 2013, Lincoln Financial Field underwent a $125-million renovation, which included construction of two new upper level bridges, expanded seating, upgraded amenities, the installation of stadium-wide WiFi and two new HD video boards.

Parking and Admission at Lincoln Financial Field 

As part of a larger sports complex, Lincoln Financial Field has access to a vast network of lettered parking lots (A-X), with access varying based on scheduled events at other facilities. Guests should check the Lincoln Financial Fields website before attending events to get details on parking rules and restrictions for specific event dates. Lots A-P are closest in proximity to the stadium and are the only lots approved for tailgating. Pricing for general parking at those lots vary by event, but can cost around $40 for cars and $80 for oversized vehicles. Parking at FDR Park is $30. Lots typically open four-and-a-half hours before kick off.

Lincoln Financial Field can be accessed from I-95 South via exits 17 and 19, from 1-95 North via exits 17, 19 and 13, and from I-76 via Sports Complex exits 349 and 350.

Lincoln Financial Field can also be reached by public transportation using the SEPTA Broad Street Subway Line, with guests exiting at the last southbound stop at Pattison Avenue, and via bus Route 4 southbound to Broad Street.

Lincoln Financial Field Bag Policy

Guests planning to attend an event at Lincoln Financial Field should be aware of the stadium’s bag policy, which requires guests to limit personal items brought into the stadium to bags that are clear plastic, vinyl or PVC and do not exceed 12″ x 12″ x 6″ in size and small clutch bags not larger than 4.5″ x 6.5″. For a full list of prohibited items, visit Lincoln Financial Field’s website before arriving at the stadium.

Lincoln Financial Field Capacity and Seating


The architecture of Lincoln Financial Field pays homage to the Eagles, with canopies over the east and west towers that spread like wings and the Eagles Nest balcony located above the stadium’s north end-zone. The stadium’s design further pays homage to the traditional architecture of Philadelphia, with a classic red brick facade and exposed steel structural components. The stadium has a maximum game day capacity of 67,594 guests, including 172 luxury suites comprising 3,040 total luxury suite seats. The luxury suites and club level seats grant guests access to exclusive lounges, including the Hyundai Club, located in the west lounge, and TORK Club, located in the east lounge.

What are the best seats at Lincoln Financial Field?

The best seats at Lincoln Financial Field vary depending on the event and personal preferences. Check out Lincoln Financial Field seating charts and find your favorite seat today.

Food and Beverages at Lincoln Financial Field Stadium


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The dining options at Lincoln Financial Field are abundant. Some local favorites include America’s Pie, Bassett’s BBQ, Love & Honey Fried Chicken, Philip’s Cheesesteaks, Zac’s Hamburgers and many more. For guests with dietary restrictions, Lincoln Financial Field features vegetarian, gluten-free and kosher options, including Grab and Go Harvest Cobb Salads, gluten-free cookies, rolls, buns, vegetarian burgers and a kosher food stand. For guests in the club sections and luxury suites, high-end food offerings include 12-hour smoked cherry wood pulled pork sandwiches, maple sugar smoked pulled chicken sandwiches, beef brisket meatball sandwiches and more. For guests seeking drink options, premium beer locations and liquor bars are located throughout the stadium.

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