The Lincoln Financial Field may be a new stadium, its doors opening in 2003, but it manages to bring luxury accommodations and unparalleled technology to the city of Philadelphia's biggest events. With more sideline seating, better views from all seats, and more facilities than ever before, the Lincoln Financial Field provides locals and visitors with an immersive and entertaining day at a game, concert, or event.
Sit in the Lap of Luxury
Much of the criticism of the Lincoln Financial Field during its construction centered around the high price tag for essentially the same amount of seating as Veterans Stadium, the Philadelphia Eagles previous home. What locals found when the doors finally opened is that the Lincoln Financial Field offers nearly double the luxury accommodations and handicap accessible space as its fore-bearer. The stadium also expanded the sideline seats from a mere 33 percent to 66 percent, allowing every fan to have a better view.
Summer Concerts and Events
The Lincoln Financial Field brings some of a today's hottest acts to Philadelphia's largest venue. In addition to Bruce Springsteen, Taylor Swift, U2, and Kenny Chesney selling out the over 68,000 seat stadium, sports aficionados can catch Monster Jams, NCAA Men's Lacrosse, and FIFA soccer in the football off-season. The stadium regularly hosts the largest stars in sports and music.
Watch Great NFL and College Football Games
The Lincoln Financial Field doesn't just host great concerts and events. The stadium is also home to the National Football League's Philadelphia Eagles and Temple University's Temple Owls. The home of Philadelphia football, the Lincoln Financial Field was built to provide fantastic amenities to both players and fans during football season.
More Than Just a Great Stadium
The Lincoln Financial Field's focus extends beyond sports and events to fan comfort and concerns. The venue has made PETA's list of "Vegetarian-friendly NFL stadiums" for four years running. In addition, the stadium is energy efficient and conscious, employing solar panels and wind turbines to ensure it's the greenest stadium possible.
Visiting the Lincoln Financial Field
If you're planning on seeing an event at "The Linc", as locals have come to call it, the stadium is conveniently located in South Philadelphia on Pattison Ave between 11th and 10th streets. Visible from I-95, the stadium is hard to miss for visitors and the 22,000 parking spaces assure fans there's always a place to park.
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