The Eagles plays its home games at Lincoln Financial Field. The stadium opened on August 3, 2003 after two years of construction that began on May 7, 2001, replacing Veterans Stadium. It has a seating capacity of 69,796.
2022 Coaching Staff:
Head Coach – Nick Sirianni
Special Teams Coordinator – Michael Clay
Defensive Coordinator – Jonathan Gannon
Offensive Coordinator – Shane Steichen
Running Backs/Assistant Head Coach – Jemal Singleton
Passing Game Coordinator – Kevin Patullo
Run Game Coordinator/Offensive Line – Jeff Stoutland
Defensive Passing Game Coordinator – Dennard Wilson
Quarterbacks Coach – Brian Johnson
Tight Ends Coach – Jason Michael
Wide Receivers Coach – Aaron Moorehead
Linebackers Coach – Nick Rallis
Defensive Line Coach – Tracy Rocker
Defensive Ends/Outside Linebackers – Jeremiah Washburn
Assistant Offensive Line Coach – Roy Istvan
Assistant Defensive Backs Coach – D.K. Mcdonald
Assistant Special Teams Coordinator – Joe Pannunzio
Assistant Quarterbacks/Offensive Assistant – Alex Tanney
Defensive Assistant – Tyler Scudder
Special Teams Quality Control – Tyler Brown
Offensive Quality Control – Eric Dickerson
Defensive Quality Control – Joe Kasper
Offensive Quality Control – T.J. Paganetti
Administrative Assistant to The Head Coach – Scott Kaniecki
Majority owner: Jeffrey Lurie, 70
Minority owners: Christina Weiss Lurie, 54, retained share of team in divorce settlement; Richard Green, 62, of Firstrust Bank; Mike Michelson, 63, of KKR, an investment firm.
Source of wealth: Lurie is the owner of the Chestnut Hill Productions.
Net worth: $3.5 billion (Forbes)
Residence: Wynnewood, Pennsylvania
When purchased team and for how much: Lurie purchased the franchise on May 6, 1994 for $195 million.
Franchise valuation: $4.9 billion (Forbes)
2022 revenue/rank: $547 million/10th (Forbes)
Owns stadium (how much invested): No.
Ownership philosophy: Jeffrey Lurie commitment to excellence has launched an unprecedented era of success.