Lincoln Financial Field
First soccer match, August 3, 2003: Manchester United defeated FC Barcelona 3-1 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, PA. Photo: Drew Hallowell/Icon SMI
Inset: Football Debut: The Philadelphia Eagles first pre-season game at Lincoln Financial Field. A 24 to 12 Philadelphia Eagles loss to the New England Patriots on 08/22/2003. ©Joseph V. Labolito / NFL Photos.
Philadelphia has a New Football and Soccer Stadium
The new Lincoln Financial Field was a huge, multi-faceted concrete construction project. LATICRETE® was proud to take part in this $520 million undertaking. The new stadium's construction brought a unique slate of obstacles with it. Record rains, snow, high winds and scheduling challenges all threatened the common goal to keep the stadium project on time and on budget. Yet the construction team met and overcame those challenges to complete the project in June, 2003, giving Eagles fans a state-of-the-art facility in which to enjoy another playoff-bound Eagles season!
Project: Lincoln Financial Field, home of the Philadelphia Eagles
Location: Philadelphia, PA
Owner: City of Philadelphia
Architect prime: NBBJ Architecture Sports and Entertainment, Marina del Rey, CA
Architect, local: Agoos/Lovera, Philadelphia, PA
Structural Engineer: Ove Arup & Partners
Construction Manager: Turner, Keating, McKissack
Concrete Contractor: Madison Concrete, Philadelphia, PA, Rick Stone, Project Mgr.
Installing SEAL HARD Applicator: Rick Stone, Budget Maintenance, Pottstown, PA
Products used: SEAL HARD®, AQUAPEL™, L&M Cure™
Size: 425,000 Square Feet
Seating Capacity: 68,532
Cost: $520 Million
Completion Date: June, 2003