In the next few years, the Eagles are going to take care of their fans in a new and exciting way. Lincoln Financial Field is about to get a drastic overhaul.
On Sunday, the Philadelphia Eagles announced a plan to revitalize their stadium to better suit the fan and to enhance the experience of the Philly faithful. The two-year plan is said to be expected completed by the 2014 regular season.
“We have had discussions with season-ticket holders over the past couple of seasons to find out what was important to them,” Eagles president Don Smolenski said in a statement. “Our main goal when we began this project was to dramatically enhance the game-day experience for our fans. They deserve an exciting and fun experience when they visit Lincoln Financial Field, and we are committed to that.”
Among the many improvements the team is targeting with their stadium projects are two new HD video boards at both ends of the stadium, an upgraded sound and wireless internet system, an upgrade to the suites within the stadium and 1,600 more seats in a “seating bowl” expansion.
This photo was posted on the official website of Lincoln Financial Field. This is presumably an idea of what the team wants their stadium to look like by 2014.
The team also plans to visually stimulate the fan experience by hanging pictures and memorials to the teams storied history, memorable games, and historic players.
The mission statement from the Eagles organization is “We will provide our Guests with the highest quality sports and entertainment experience in a safe, clean and friendly environment.”
This video was also posted on Vimeo 2 days ago in which the president discussed the renovation plans.
Lets see how this goes. In the next few years, Eagles fans could be very well taken care of in terms of comfort and stadium quality.