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Home Games

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Aug 01

12:55 pm

2024 Washington Commanders Season Tickets (Includes Tickets to All Regular Season Home Games)

North Englewood, MD

Commanders Field (Formerly FedEx Field)

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Aug 25

8:00 pm

NFL Preseason Game - New England Patriots at Washington Commanders

North Englewood, MD

Commanders Field (Formerly FedEx Field)

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Sun

Sep 15

1:00 pm

New York Giants at Washington Commanders

North Englewood, MD

Commanders Field (Formerly FedEx Field)

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Oct 06

1:00 pm

Cleveland Browns at Washington Commanders

North Englewood, MD

Commanders Field (Formerly FedEx Field)

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Sun

Oct 20

4:05 pm

Carolina Panthers at Washington Commanders

North Englewood, MD

Commanders Field (Formerly FedEx Field)

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Sun

Oct 27

1:00 pm

Chicago Bears at Washington Commanders

North Englewood, MD

Commanders Field (Formerly FedEx Field)

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Sun

Nov 10

1:00 pm

Pittsburgh Steelers at Washington Commanders

North Englewood, MD

Commanders Field (Formerly FedEx Field)

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Sun

Nov 24

1:00 pm

Dallas Cowboys at Washington Commanders

North Englewood, MD

Commanders Field (Formerly FedEx Field)

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Sun

Dec 01

1:00 pm

Tennessee Titans at Washington Commanders

North Englewood, MD

Commanders Field (Formerly FedEx Field)

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Sun

Dec 22

1:00 pm

Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Commanders

North Englewood, MD

Commanders Field (Formerly FedEx Field)

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TBD

TBD

Atlanta Falcons at Washington Commanders

North Englewood, MD

Commanders Field (Formerly FedEx Field)

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The History of Washington Commanders Football

The Commanders certainly have a story with some twists and turns. Starting as the Boston Braves and briefly known as the Boston Redskins, they finally settled in Washington, D.C., in 1937. That's when the magic really began.

That same year, they clinched an NFL Championship, then another in 1942. Both victories came during the era before the Super Bowl, so perhaps the ultimate achievement came in 1983 when they won their first Big Game. 

Two more Lombardi Trophies and a slew of accomplishments added to the legacy of a club that has left an indelible and undeniable mark on the NFL. Through triumphs and tribulations, questionable trades and name changes, this team has endured.

Today, fueled by a healthy dose of tenacity and a trove of unforgettable moments, Washington is poised to charge into the future and take on whatever comes their way. Now, you can see some of the story unfold live! With tickets to a Commanders game, who knows what you might witness?

The Commanders Football Schedule

Commanders tickets sell fast, and whether you're a die-hard fan or just looking to catch some electrifying NFL action, it's crucial to plan ahead. GoTickets provides the latest schedules so you can pick the opponents you want to see and secure seats as soon as they become available. But which games should make your list?

Rivalries are the lifeblood of sports, and the Commanders have two classic grudge matches that get fans' blood boiling. First, there's the age-old feud with the Dallas Cowboys, a rivalry steeped in history, where bragging rights are as essential as the wins themselves. Then there's the face-off with the New York Giants, an ongoing battle that has produced countless memories.

As for key matchups, you can't beat divisional encounters within the NFC East. In addition to meetings with the aforementioned Cowboys, games against the Philadelphia Eagles and New York Giants are where NFL legends are made. Playoff dreams hang in the balance, so every minute counts! 

But it's not just divisional rivalries that get fans going. When the Commanders take on formidable inter-conference opponents like the Pittsburgh Steelers or the New England Patriots, they get a chance to prove their mettle on a national stage. These games serve up some of the most thrilling football you'll see all season and are sure to keep you on the edge of your seat. So mark your calendar, and be ready to snag your tickets for these epic clashes.

FedEx Field Information & Parking

The Washington Commanders find their fortress at FedEx Field, a stadium with a rich past and unique features. This colossal facility in Landover, Maryland, is a place where a crowd becomes a community for a few hours.

The facility is still commonly referred to as "The House That Jack Built” because it was originally named Jack Kent Cooke Stadium. Cooke was a former owner of the Commanders who spent much of the 90s finding the perfect location and getting construction underway.

Although attendance was initially capped at around 80,000, changes to the structure over time made room for over 90,000 attendees before recent renovations scaled the limit down to 58,000. The latest design includes an impressive scoreboard and extensive fan zones.

GoTickets makes detailed seating charts available, so it’s easier for fans to find the best Washington Commanders football tickets for their budget. Below, please review our basic breakdown of what you can expect.

Bobby Mitchell Lower Level

The specific amenities and benefits associated with the lower level at FedEx Field may vary based on the section, seating, and game. Variations apply to the sightlines, accommodations, and types of service guests are eligible to receive.

Dream Seats

A few rows of cushy “Dream Seats” were added to the lower level in 2005, and they give attendees the closest possible vantage points. Lucky ticket holders can expect an all-inclusive experience, complete with club-level access, padded seats, and complimentary food and nonalcoholic beverages!

100 Level

Spectators in this area practically sit right on the field, ensuring an excellent view of the game. The player tunnel is between sections 106 and 109, and sections 101 and 142 are behind the home team sideline. Note that in sections 101 through 142, row “1” is actually the 4th row from the field.

200 Level

The 200 level includes various options, including individual seats, club seating, and suites. Therefore, it caters to a wide range of fan preferences and budgets. People watching the game from this area can expect good visibility and easy access to concessions and restrooms. The best perk is that the overhang from the Joe Gibbs Club Level protects many fans in this section from the elements.

Joe Gibbs Club Level

The 300 level is accessible to suite guests and combines elevated views with added comfort. Count on spacious seating, access to climate-controlled lounges, and a variety of dining options. The club level boasts an excellent balance between a good view and a great time!

In rows 10–14 of the end zone sections, you'll find terrace tables that offer all-inclusive benefits, such as in-seat food and beverage service. These swivel seats provide excellent sightlines as well as VIP parking, private entrances, and access to exclusive lounges and bars.

Loge Suites

Loge Suites at FedEx Field provide premium and private viewing options for fans who want to watch the game in style. Suites can be found above the Club Level on both the east and west ends of the stadium, and ticket holders can enjoy a range of VIP amenities, including VIP parking, private entrances, a climate-controlled environment, and in-suite catering options.

Pete Rozelle Upper Level

Tickets for 400-level seats will usually be the most affordable. Onlookers here can enjoy a birds-eye view of the field, and although the upper level is farther from the action, it still offers a good view. Families and groups appreciate that it's usually possible to find blocks of seats together in this area.

Accessibility Options

All levels of FedEx Field include accessible seating areas designed to accommodate wheelchairs and companions. These areas are specifically selected because they provide unobstructed views of the field. The venue is equipped with elevators and ramps to facilitate easy access to different levels, ensuring that fans can move around with ease. Elevators are located at Gate A and Gate E.

Parking & Alternative Transportation

While parking around FedEx Field can be challenging, GoTickets enables buyers to reserve parking in advance. For those seeking alternative transportation, the Washington Metro's Blue Line provides a convenient solution. The Morgan Boulevard station is only a short walk away, making it easy for fans to avoid the parking scramble. Additionally, numerous shuttle services are available during events.

Commanders Tailgating & Game Day Traditions

The Commanders have a fan base that knows how to party! Tailgating is serious business here, and it's an essential part of pre-game festivities. The Washington faithful gather in the parking lots surrounding FedExField hours before kickoff, firing up grills and sharing an array of classic American cookout foods along with local craft beer and snacks.

But tailgating is more than just a meal—it's an opportunity to bond with fellow fans over a shared love of Commanders football. You'll find people playfully trash-talking each other over “cutthroat” games of cornhole and others reminiscing over ice-cold beverages. The atmosphere is welcoming, and many fans make new friends.

Inside the stadium, you can expect a roaring crowd that never lets up. Fans are known for their unwavering support, and spirited traditions make everything even more fun. Spectators participate in "Hail-Yeah!" challenges to test their knowledge of the team's history, and "Hail to the Commanders" chants echo through the arena.

Now, it’s your turn to soak up that same energy and feel the game day adrenaline. Major Tuddy is waiting. So what do you say we get you into the stands? Washington Commanders tickets don't stick around forever. Start searching!