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FedEx Field, home to the Washington Redskins, is the largest stadium in the National Football League. The stadium has a maximum capacity of 91,704. FedEx Field opened in 1997 under the name Jack Cooke Stadium, in honor of former Redskins owner. In 1999, after Daniel Snyder purchased the team, the stadium naming rights were sold to FedEx for an estimated $7.6 million per year.
FedEx Field is located in Landover, Maryland, and was built to replace RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C. Although it is the largest stadium in the NFL, every game played at FedEx since its opening has been sold out, and the season ticket waiting list for the Washington Redskins is now over a 10 year wait.
The stadium has five levels - the Lower Level, the Club Level, the Lower and Upper Suite Levels, and the Upper Level. The Lower, Club, and Upper Levels are all named after important figures of the Redskins, NFL, and Washington, D.C. area. The Lower Level is officially named "George Preston Marshall Lower Level", The Club is named "Joe Gibbs Club Level, and The Upper Level is called "Pete Rozelle” Upper Level." The Suite Levels have over 200 suite, loge, and Owner's Club luxury boxes.
FedEx Field is about a 15-minute walk from the Morgan Boulevard Station on Metro's Blue Line.