The Redskins currently play their home games at FedEx Field (previously known as Jack Kent Cooke Stadium). The team moved to FedEx Field in 1997 after playing its previous games at Griffith Stadium from 1937-1960, and RFK Stadium from 1961-1996. FedEx Field is located in Landover, Maryland and is currently the third largest stadium in the NFL with a seating capacity of almost 80,000 people. The stadium consists of five levels with the Lower Level, Club, and Upper Levels named after Redskins and NFL greats George Preston Marshall (first owner of the Redskins), Joe Gibbs, and Pete Rozelle (a former NFL commissioner) respectfully. The stadium boasts two large video-replay screens and four scoreboards.

Fans can also enjoy a wide range of dining options as the concourse contains eateries serving food from all over the world. There are also several restaurants that give their guests a clear view of the field so they don’t miss a minute of the game. The stadium also includes a Redskins Hall of Fame and lists the name of 40 Redskins’ players and coaches on the upper level balcony (known as the Redskins Ring of Fame). There are also flags representing the Redskins’ postseason achievements above one of the end zones.