Whether their teams are winning or losing, Philadelphia sports fans, including Eagles fans, have a reputation for being, well, a bit passionate. Heck, Eagles fans once even booed and threw snowballs — and reportedly a few hoagies — at Santa Claus during a halftime show. Attending an Eagles game is always a hoot (unless you’re wearing a Santa suit), so when you’re heading out to Lincoln Financial Field for an NFL game, be prepared for a good time. Situated on Pattison Avenue in South Philly, the Linc is also the home football stadium of the Temple University Owls and hosts other sporting events, including soccer and lacrosse matches.

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Lincoln Financial Field Parking Options

Parking at the Linc for Eagles games and other events is fairly straightforward. That’s because the stadium is part of the Philadelphia Sports Complex, which also includes the Wells Fargo Center (home of the NBA’s 76ers and NHL’s Flyers) and Citizens Bank Park (home of MLB’s Phillies). These three facilities share a vast grid of parking lots that has a capacity of 22,000 vehicles.

The Sports Complex parking facilities are:

  • Reserved lots: D, E, J, K (North), K (East), L (South), and L (North)
  • Public lots: A, B, C, D, E, F, H, J, K, L, M, N, P. Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, and X

Overflow parking is available at the FDR Park on Pattison Avenue, a 20-minute walk from the Linc.

The area around the stadium is mostly industrial with few on-street parking spots.

Lincoln Financial Field Parking Tips ParkMobileHow Much Does it Cost to Park at Lincoln Financial Field?

The set fee for Eagles parking at the Sports Complex is $40 for cars and $80 for RV, buses and other oversized vehicles. For Temple games, the fee is $22 for cars and $44 for oversized vehicles. The fees for other events vary. Parking in the overflow lot at FDR Park costs $30.

Tailgating Tips

Fire up the grill, throw on some Italian sausages, set up the lounge chairs and cooler, open a box of Tastykakes, and you’re ready for the pregame party at the Linc. Tailgating is allowed in a majority of the lots. Just make sure you don’t park in lots Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, and X, where tailgating is prohibited. The lots open five hours before kickoff, so you’ll have plenty of time for a good time.

Handicap Parking Info

Parking attendants at Lincoln Financial Field will direct fans with the appropriate hang tag or license plate to accessible parking spaces. Accessible drop-off zones are also available, and the North Gate is the ADA-designated gate, offering expedited entry.

Getting to Lincoln Financial Field via Public Transportation

If you plan to travel to an Eagles game or other event at the Linc via public transportation, you have several good options:

SEPTA train:

  • Broad Street Line: This line terminates at the NRG station, a 10-minute walk to the Linc.
  • Sports Express Service: On game day and for certain special events, SEPTA offers this special train service with limited stops along the Broad Street Line (details here).

SEPTA bus:

  • The 17 bus stops on S. 11th St. at the Linc.
  • The 4 bus stops at the corner of Broad St. and Pattison Ave.
  • The BSO bus stops at the corner of Broad St. and Pattison Ave.
  • The G bus stops at S.7th St. and Pattison Ave.

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