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Philadelphia Eagles Information

Philadelphia Eagles is an American professional football that is based in Philadelphia. The team competes as a member of the National Football Conference (NFC) East Division in the National Football League (NFL). The Eagles were on July 8, 1933. The team has been playing its home games at Lincoln Financial Fields since 2003. The Eagles were established as a replacement for the Frankford Yellow Jackets that went bankrupt. Since the 1999 season, the team is ranked consistently the best among all the teams in the league for their attendance, and their every game has been sold-out since then. The franchise is owned by Jeffrey Lurie.

The official color theme for the Philadelphia Eagles’ uniform is white, black, silver, and midnight green. The Eagles have a long list of accomplishments throughout their history. They have won 4 League Championships, including NFL Championship 3 times in 1948, 1949, and 1960, Super Bowl Championship in 2017; 4 Conference Championships including NFL Eastern in 1960 and NFC in 1980, 2004, and 2017. Not only this, but the Eagles have also won 14 Division Championships since they are operational. The official mascot for the Philadelphia Eagles is called “Swoop.”

The Philadelphia Eagles have an intense rivalry with the New York Giants. Their rivalry is the oldest one in the NFC East and NFL. NFL Network has ranked it as the number one rivalry of all time. ESPN recognizes it as one of the well-known and the fiercest rivalries in the American football community.

The Philadelphia Eagles have inducted a few players into their Hall of the Famers list, including Steve Van Buren (1965), Jim Ringo (1985), Mike Ditka (1988), Bud Grant (1994), Richard Dent (2011) and several others.

Head Coach: Doug Pederson