- Address: 1020 Pattison Avenue, Philadelphia
- Country: United States
- Capacity: 69,000
- Opened: 3 August 2003
- Main use: American football
- Tenants: Philadelphia Eagles (American football), Temple Owls (American football)
Extra stadium info – Lincoln Financial Field
The stadium opened with a football match between FC Barcelona and Manchester United, two world famous football clubs. In 1999, the English side Manchester United won their first world championship title after defeating Palmeiras from Brazil. The Spanish side FC Barcelona won their first world championship title in 2009 after beating the Argentine side Estudiantes de La Plata.
The Philadelphia Eagles
The Philadelphia Eagles, who moved to the stadium named Lincoln Financial Field in 2003, won several NFL titles. They drew an average home attendance of 68,000 in their first National Football League season at the Lincoln Financial Field. The Eagles almost reached the Super Bowl in their inaugural league season at the venue. Panther Football reached the Super Bowl after beating the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots reached the Super Bowl after defeating the Indianapolis Colts.
The Temple Owls
The American football team of the Temple Owls also use the Lincoln Financial Field for home games. They won their first conference title in 1967 and their first division title in 2009. 30,000 fans showed up for the first game of the American football team of the Temple Owls at the Lincoln Financial Field. The game between the Temple Owls and the Villanova Wildcats took place on 6 September 2003.
The Philadelphia Union
In 2010, the Philadelphia Union used the Lincoln Financial Field for their first-ever Major League Soccer home game. 34,000 people showed up for the football match between the Union and DC United. The Philadelphia Union drew an average home attendance of 19,000 in their inaugural MLS season. They finished seventh place in their Major League Soccer conference after gathering 31 points in 30 matches.