In Game

The Redskins are one of the most historic franchises in NFL history, and as a result, you’ll find Redskins fans all throughout the country, particularly the South East. Redskins fans are some of the most diehard fans in the league, who’ll stick by their team through thick and thin. There has been a lot of thin lately but doesn’t stop Redskins fans from cheering often and loudly for their team. It’s been a couple of decades since the Redskins last Super Bowl victory. However they continue to sell out every home game.

The fans in Washington are also very knowledgeable about the game and love to talk ball with other fans. You’ll surely make friends with other fans sitting nearby as not only are the fans knowledgeable, but they also are very welcoming to fellow Skins fans. However, things may be a bit less friendly if you happen to be a fan of a rival team, so keep that in mind.

The Redskins provide a great game day experience that is sure to put a smile on any diehard Skins fans face.

Things to check out

“Punter Proof” Video Boards

The Redskins replaced their old video scoreboards with ones three times the size of the originals in 2010. The Redskins also used this as an opportunity to take a jab at their biggest rivals, the Dallas Cowboys, by announcing that the scoreboards are “punter proof.” The new scoreboards at FedExField provide the fans great replays of the game and also offer lots of in-game entertainment as well.

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Hooters Club Level

The Hooters Club Level located between sections 314 and 315, offers a great place to grab some beer and wings while watching the game. It’s also a great place to catch up on what is going on around the league as The Hooters Club gives fans the full Hooters experience, while also allowing them to attend the game

Solar Operation

Over 8,000 solar panels were installed at FedExField in 2011 part of the Redskins’ plan to make the stadium greener. These solar panels are the largest solar power installation in D.C. and can meet 20% of the stadium’s game day energy needs.

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Chief Zee

Chief Zee is a famous Washington Redskins superfan. He attends every Redskins game dressed in a faux headdress and a red jacket. He has appeared in several commercials and is even in the Pro Football Hall of Fame as the Washington Redskins biggest fan.

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Hogettes

The Hogettes may have retired following the 2012 season. However, they remain a huge part of Redskins and even more importantly raised a lot of money for charity. Beginning in 1983 a group of Redskins fans decided to wear dresses and pig snouts to cheer on the Skins. The pig snouts and name is a reference to the great Redskins offensive lines of the era that was nicknamed the Hogs.

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Redskins Band

The Redskins Band is the oldest marching band in the history of the NFL having been founded in 1937. The band still performs every game and is most famous for playing “Hail to the Redskins” after each and every Redskins score.

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Fight Songs

  1. Hail to the Redskins

    Hail to the Redskins!
    Hail Victory!
    Braves on the Warpath!
    Fight for old D.C.!
    Run or pass and score — we want a lot more!
    Beat ’em, Swamp ’em,
    Touchdown! —
    Let the points soar!

    Fight on, fight on
    ‘Til you have won

    Sons of Wash-ing-ton. Rah!, Rah!, Rah!
    Hail to the Redskins!
    Hail Victory!
    Braves on the Warpath!
    Fight for old D.C.!

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