Philadelphia Eagles finished the 2013 season at 10 – 6. They discovered Nick Foles as their starting quarterback and the team‘s hope for the future.
At Home with the NFL Eagles
The Birds claim home field advantage at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The stadium was the venue for five open practices during the last training camp. More than 2011 and 2012, 110,000 fans attended free of charge to see the team on the field, and to start building energy and momentum for the upcoming season. Everything you need to know about Eagles schedule is on the website philadelphiaeagles.com
Home Field in Philly:
- Stadium Seating Capacity: 67,594
- Open Hours: North gates open 3 hours prior to kick-off, inner stadium gates open 1 ½ hours before the game
- Mascot: Swoop – Jersey # 00
- Tickets: For ticket information, go to www.lincolnfinancialfield.com or call (267) 570-4150
Results 2013 and Eagles Schedule 2014
Starting the 2013 season with their new coach, Philadelphia developed their strengths and won seven of their last eight games. Nick Foles stepped up as the team’s number one quarterback, and LeSean McCoy emerged as one of the league’s elite rushers. The 2014 schedule dates and channels have not been made public, but the list of opponents has, and the Eagles will face two of the strongest teams from last season. They’ll host the Seahawks, the Super Bowl champs, and they’ll go on the road to play the 49ers in San Francisco. Philadelphia’s new leaders will try to take the 2014 team from preseason to postseason record.
- Coach: Chip Kelly
- Quarterback: Nick Foles
- Running Back: LeSean McCoy
With strength at the quarterback and running back positions, Philadelphia‘s offense could rack up the scores in their 2014 games. They’ll also need solid defense to keep up with the powerhouse teams of the NFC.
Philadelphia Eagles field
1 Lincoln Financial field way
Philadelphia PA 19147