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Location Landover, Maryland
Opened September 14, 1997
Other Names Jack Kent Cooke Stadium (1997-99)
Tenants Washington Commanders (1997-present)

FedExField is an American football stadium located near the Capital Beltway in Prince George's County, Maryland, 5 miles (8.0 km) east of Washington, D.C. The stadium is the home of the Washington Commanders of the National Football League (NFL). From 2004 until 2010, it had the largest seating capacity in the NFL at over 91,000. As of 2015, the capacity is 82,000. FedExField is in the Summerfield census-designated place and has a Landover postal address.

Teams and Seasons

Season Team League
1997 Washington Redskins National Football League

Other cover appearances

League Date/Season Team(s) Type
National Football League October 13, 1997 Washington Redskins vs. Dallas Cowboys Program
October 4, 1998 Washington Redskins vs. Dallas Cowboys Program
November 1, 1998 Washington Redskins vs. New York Giants Program
September 12, 1999 Washington Redskins vs. Dallas Cowboys Program
September 18, 2000 Washington Redskins vs. Dallas Cowboys Program
December 2, 2001 Washington Redskins vs. Dallas Cowboys Program
December 29, 2002 Washington Redskins vs. Dallas Cowboys Program
August 14, 2004 Washington Redskins vs. Carolina Panthers Program
November 28, 2010 Washington Redskins vs. Minnesota Vikings Program
November 20, 2011 Washington Redskins vs. Dallas Cowboys Program

See also

List of National Football League stadiums

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National Football League
AFC East North South West
Buffalo Bills (Highmark Stadium)
Miami Dolphins (Hard Rock Stadium)
New England Patriots (Gillette Stadium)
New York Jets (MetLife Stadium)
Baltimore Ravens (M&T Bank Stadium)
Cincinnati Bengals (Paycor Stadium)
Cleveland Browns (FirstEnergy Stadium)
Pittsburgh Steelers (Heinz Field)
Houston Texans (NRG Stadium)
Indianapolis Colts (Lucas Oil Stadium)
Jacksonville Jaguars (TIAA Bank Field)
Tennessee Titans (Nissan Stadium)
Denver Broncos (Empower Field at Mile High)
Kansas City Chiefs (Arrowhead Stadium)
Las Vegas Raiders (Allegiant Stadium)
Los Angeles Chargers (SoFi Stadium)
NFC East North South West
Dallas Cowboys (AT&T Stadium)
New York Giants (MetLife Stadium)
Philadelphia Eagles (Lincoln Financial Field)
Washington Commanders (FedExField)
Chicago Bears (Soldier Field)
Detroit Lions (Ford Field)
Green Bay Packers (Lambeau Field)
Minnesota Vikings (U.S. Bank Stadium)
Atlanta Falcons (Mercedes-Benz Stadium)
Carolina Panthers (Bank of America Stadium)
New Orleans Saints (Caesars Superdome)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Raymond James Stadium)
Arizona Cardinals (State Farm Stadium)
Los Angeles Rams (SoFi Stadium)
San Francisco 49ers (Levi's Stadium)
Seattle Seahawks (Lumen Field)
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