Washington Football Team Suites

FedEx Field, Hyattsville, MD
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  • We guarantee you will receive your suite tickets in time for your event. In the extremely rare case that you do not, we will offer you an alternative option if available or we will refund you at least 100% of your total purchase price.
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Washington Football Team Suite Prices and Details

How much do Washington Football Team suites cost?

Washington Football Team suite rentals range in cost from $12,000-$18,000 per game depending on opponent, day of the week, and suite size. Prime-time games at FedEx Field and Washington games versus popular opponents tend to be on the higher end of the spectrum. Pre-season games will cost the least.

How many guests can fit in a Football suite?

Washington Football Team luxury suites at FedEx Field have a general capacity of 12-30 guests. FedEx Field suites come in various sizes and configurations. Most suites provide a base quantity of suite tickets and the option to purchase additional standing room tickets, if needed.

Suite Levels at FedEx Field

Executive Suite

18 Tickets
0-4 Parking
Catering Available

Owner's Club Suite

18 Tickets
4 Parking
Catering Available

FedEx Field Event Planning Guide

Safety and Well-being

FedEx Field has instituted a number of changes to ensure that the stadium will be a safe environment for all fans. Designated FedEx field staff will be responsible for regularly cleaning and sanitizing all high-touch points within the stadium. There will also be increased hand sanitizing stations... MORE

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Football Spotlight

Current NFL Season

Washington Football Team emerged as NFC East champions in their first season under Ron Rivera, and they competed well with backup quarterback Taylor Heinicke against Tampa Bay in the first round of the playoffs. Ryan Fitzpatrick was brought in to lead with Heinicke in a backup role for 2021. Antonio Gibson had a solid 2020 at running back and is joined in the backfield by A.J. McKissic, while Terry McLaurin—who had 1,118 receiving yards last year, anchors the wide-receiver group. Defensive Rookie of the Year Chase Young is back to lead a defense that was in the top five in both points allowed and yards allowed last year. For premium seats at FedEx Field, start with the Merrill Lynch Touchdown Club. In addition to the best lower-level seats in the middle of the field, get access to this club with pregame VIP hospitality. Loge suites have complimentary catering and have... MORE

Past Spotlights

The Washington Football Team announced on July 13, 2020 that they have retired the “Redskins” moniker. For the 2020 season, the Washington Football Team will play with their current colors of burgundy and gold but will seek a new team name in the future. For now, the Washington Football Team has put an end to what has been a controversial topic for years.

The new name will not be the only thing making its debut in 2020. Dan Snyder is making changes inside and out of the franchise. Washington rolls out a new coaching staff and front office. Head coach Ron Rivera steps in to help turn this team around. Rivera got a big head start when Washington drafted Chase Young with the second overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. Rivera’s focus on defense is going to make a big impact on a young squad. With Young, Ryan Kerrigan, Montez Sweat and Jonathan Allen, the Washington Football Team has one of the most dynamic defensive fronts. With the secondary led by Landon Collins and Kendall Fuller, Washington will have one of the best all-around defenses in the NFC East.

Offensively, Washington will need Dwayne Haskins to take a big step forward. Rivera also traded for QB Kyle Allen, who previously was quarterback in Carolina where Rivera last coached. Washington’s young receiving core is led by rookie standout Terry McLaurin. In the backfield, Washington will have Derrius Guice and Adrian Peterson handling the workload.

FedEx Field features multiple suite levels offering first-class amenities in every luxury box. Washington’s Executive Suites are located on two levels wrapping around the stadium. Most of the suites will hold 18-24 guests. With a Washington suite, guests receive VIP parking and access to a private entrance into FedEx Field. Suites for the Washington Football Team include interior lounge seating, bar stools at a drink rail and stadium-style seating for watching the game. In-suite catering can be arranged in advance, making sure that all of your drinks are on ice and a food buffet is spread throughout the suite. HDTVs, a wet bar, and a dedicated Washington suite attendant are also a plus.

The biggest moment of the Washington Redskins’ offseason was the first night of the NFL Draft. Teams like the New York Giants, Miami Dolphins, and Denver Broncos were ahead of Washington in the draft order and all in the market for a quarterback, with Ohio State’s Dwayne Haskins at the top of the draft board after Kyler Murray went first-overall to Arizona.

Fate then smiled on the ‘Skins, as Haskins was available at No. 15, and general manager Bruce Allen accepted the gift from the football gods and selected Haskins.

Head coach Jay Gruden said there will be a competition for the starting job between Haskins and Case Keenum, and Gruden added that he was very impressed with Haskins at the team’s rookie minicamp in May.

Washington also improved on the defensive side of the ball by signing safety Landon Collins from NFC East rival New York and veteran cornerback Domonique Rodgers-Cromartie from Oakland. Veteran running back Adrian Peterson is also coming back on a two-year deal after the 34-year-old rushed for over 1,000 yards in 2018.

FedEx Field is going into year two of several renovations made to improve the fan experience, including free access to the RedZone channel on your phone for season ticket holders. Four different levels of luxury suites await you, with a full-time dedicated suite staff, special pricing at the Redskins team store, an exclusive menu, and pregame field access on gameday.

Washington has won at least seven games in each of the past four seasons, so they’re hoping the new additions will help improve the win total and return to the playoffs over division rivals Philadelphia, Dallas, and the N.Y. Giants. Besides six games against those two teams, the rest of the schedule is as follows: Home games with Chicago (Monday night game), New England, San Francisco, the New York Jets, and Detroit. Road games will be at Miami, Minnesota (Thursday night game), Buffalo, Carolina, and Green Bay.

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