From Chief Zee to SuperSkin and everyone in between, the passionate fans inside FedEx Field have the time of their lives watching the three-time Super Bowl champion Redskins battle it out with the best of the NFL. Make your way to Washington and witness some spectacular 'Skins football live in person.
Pro football fans in the nation's capital visit Vivid Seats every season to shop for Redskins tickets. The oldest sports franchise in the Washington D.C. area, the Skins have roots in the city going back over eighty years. In the fall, friends and families come together on Sundays to cheer on the Burgundy & Gold. Washington Redskins tickets have become increasingly more difficult to find through the years. However, our national organization of pre-approved ticket sellers allows us to advertise a wide array of seats to every game on the 2013 Redskins schedule. Redskins season tickets and Redskins playoff tickets are also obtainable at Vivid Seats. Our NFL ticket packages are priced at a fair market value and are guaranteed to be authentic. Select the way in which you would like your Redskins tickets delivered by completing the following directions.
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About the Washington Redskins
Home Stadium: FedEx Field Former Stadiums: RFK Stadium, Griffith Stadium Former Name: Boston Redskins Head Coaches: Ray Flaherty, George Allen, Joe Gibbs, Norv Turner All-Time Greats: Joe Theisman, Art Monk, Darrell Green, Ken Houston Super Bowl MVPs: John Riggins, Doug Williams, Mark Rypien Fight Song: 'Hail to the Redskins'
FedEx Field Seating Information
Home to more than ninety thousand fans on game day, FedEx Field is the place to be when the Redskins play at home. Our FedEx Field seating chart is always available when you want to compare seats inside the stadium.
Redskins Face Cowboys in Final Game for Playoff Spot
Rivalry games are always great to watch, but when there’s a playoff spot on the line in the final game of the season against a historic rival, they can take on a magnitude legendary proportions. This is precisely the kind of treat Washington Redskins fans can look forward to this Sunday, as their playoff hopes rest in the reliable hands of sensational rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III as he looks to lead them past none other than their divisional arch-nemeses, the Dallas Cowboys. Coming into the game, the Redskins are riding their longest win streak in 16 years, so they couldn’t be more ready for a winner-goes-home NFC East championship game. Washington (9-6) has already taken down the Cowboys (8-7) once this season, but this is the match everyone will remember. Luckily for the Skins, they’ll be at home with the FedEx Field crowd on their side.
The Redskins will have to contend with the recent lights-out play of Cowboys QB Tony Romo and WR Dez Bryant, but with a healthy RGIII and fellow standout, rookie runnign back Alfred Morris, Washington should have plenty of firepower to pull out the win. Griffin has already tossed 20 touchdowns, run for six, and only thrown five picks on the season. And his outstanding 104.1 passer rating is second in the league. In the backfield, Morris has amassed 1,413 rushing yards, which is good for 4th in the league. Rivalries simply don’t get any sweeter than this, and this one is sure to be electric, so get your Washington Redskins tickets now and see if RGIII can lead Washington to the postseason in his first attempt.