FedEx Field (Jack Kent Cooke Stadium)
|Country||United States of America|
|Renovations||1998, 1999, 2000|
|Cost||250.5 mln $|
|Address||FedEx Field, Landover, MD 20785-4236|
Washington D.C.: RFK Stadium revamp begins
The stadium itself will remain intact, at least in the short term. However, the first phase of the precinct's redevelopment is already underway. Will Redskins build their new stadium here?
2026 World Cup: Canada, Mexico and (largely) USA win
As we await the joy and sadness of this year's World Cup, we've also learnt who will host the 2026 edition. For the first time in history three host countries will hold the event. Also, no new stadium (!) is listed for the event.
New section: Meet the world’s 20 biggest stadiums!
You’ve seen too many rankings like this? No, you haven’t, or so says your survey feedback. We decided to step up and present a permanent list of the largest football stadiums around the world!
USA: Gamechanging stadium with moat and beach?
You’ve already seen stadiums with cabanas, but has anyone ever thought of surfing around a stadium? This design could allow such dreams to come true. Meet the future of Washington Redskins.
Washington: Redskins working on new stadium scheme?
Indications say Washington Redskins are planning relocation to a brand new stadium. It could be designed by a renowned Danish office, but details remain a secret.
USA: Players and coaches with microphones?
In an attempt to bring more fans to NFL games, the league authorities are planning to plant microphones onto players and coaches, allowing everyone to hear what they say. According to Sports Business Journal, it’s a matter of a couple upcoming seasons.
USA: What’s better for matchday experience than a camera in the changing rooms?
American Football league NFL continues its efforts to compete with TV broadcasting. In another attempt to get fans off their couches and into the stands, the league has just mandated… changing room cameras.
USA: Bar-type standing terraces growing in the NFL?
An executive of the NFL predicts that future stadiums may be less about watching the game and more about a bar-type atmosphere of special decks with standing room. LA Times and NBC report.