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Team: Washington Football Team
League: NFC East Division of the NFL
Home Games: FedEx Field
Head Coach: Bill Callahan
Championships: Five league championships and five conference championships
All-Time Greats: Deacon Jones, Sam Huff, Art Monk, Champ Bailey
The Washington Football Team team was founded 87 years ago and is one of only five teams in pro football to have over 600 wins for both the regular and postseason games, a mark the team reached in 2015. The firsts continue with the Washington Football Team developing the concept of a football marching band and a fight song. The team started out as the Braves in Boston but changed its name to the Washington Football Team during its sophomore year. A few years later, the Washingtong Football Team made the move to Washington. During the first few years of time there, the Washington Football Team shared a stadium with the baseball team now known as the Minnesota Twins. The team won two championships prior to the 1970 merger between the NFL and the AFL. The team began a bit of a decline in 1945 and experienced a drought that would last until the playoffs of the 1971 season. However, the Washington Football Team's early successes endeared the players to Washington fans. Select your Washington Football Team tickets now at StubHub.
Where can I get tickets to a Washington Football Team game?
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What conference do the Washington Football Team play in?
The Washington Football Team is part of the National Football Conference for the Eastern Division. The team has won five conference championships.
Who are the Washington Football Team’s biggest rivals in their conference?
The Dallas Cowboys often give the Washington Football Team a good run during any football match between the two teams. Both teams have won several titles, and the rivalry began when the Cowboys joined the NFL as an expansion team in 1960.
What was the Washington Footbal Team’s record last season?
The Washington Football Team had an overall season record for 2019 of three wins to thirteen losses, ending the season in last position in NFC East.
How big is the home stadium for the Washington Football Team?
The Washington Football Team has been at FedEx Field since 1997. For a short time, the stadium had the largest seating capacity of any regular NFL venue at 91,000. However, the current capacity has been reduced to 82,000. The sports arena was built specifically as a replacement for the Washington Football Team's previous stadium. It opened as the Jack Kent Cooke Stadium in honor of the team's owner.
Where can I see a Washington Football Team game?
Many of the upcoming games for the Washington Football Team are on the team's home turf. However, if you like to follow the Washington Football Team for away games to see the team go up against all opponents, you can catch matches at venues such as the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, or Lambeau Field in Green Bay as well.
Do the Washington Football Team have any historical rivalries?
Although the Washington Football Team team has a rivalry with the Cowboys, there are older sports enemies that play the team regularly. Both the Philadelphia Eagles and the New York Giants have longstanding rivalries with the Washington Football Team going far back into pro football history during the 1930s. The Washington Football Team's rivalry with the Giants is the oldest in the NFC East Division. Although it has cooled somewhat in recent years, this feud still sees some periods of intense competition between the two teams. The Washington Football Team also have an early historical rivalry with the Chicago Bears.
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