FedEx Field Information
The home of the Washington Redskins, the FedExField was constructed as a replacement for the Redskin’s previous venue, the Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium. In 1997, the venue was opened, named the Jack Kent Cooke Stadium after the recently departed owner of the team, with the stadium site was also known as Raljon as an amalgamation of the first names of Cooke’s sons Ralph and John. In 1999, FedEx purchased the naming rights for $7.6 million per year and the stadium was renamed the FedExField.
In addition to hosting football events, the RedExField also hosts soccer matches, college football games, and big concerts from massive names in music. The list of notable artists to have performed at the FedExField includes the likes of the Rolling Stones, Metallica, Kenny Chesney, the Zac Brown Band, Paul McCartney, Tim McGraw, Eric Church, Guns n’ Roses, Coldplay, Taylor Swift, and Beyonce.
For venue parking information please see the parking page.
For ticket information and information on our ticket provider please see the FedEx Field tickets page.
For seating chart configuration and find out about accessible seating, please see the Seating Chart page.