Originally known as the Jack Kent Stadium, the football stadium now serving as the home to the Washington Redskins football team is known as FedEx Field. This massive football stadium is located in an unincorporated area of Maryland in Prince George’s County, and although it is not technically in Washington DC, it packs massive Washington Redskins spirit with every game. The FedEx Field is currently the largest venue in the NFL in terms of regular capacity. It currently holds 85,000 fans with every home game and before changes were made in 2011, it could hold 91,704 fans with seating alone. The stadium first opened in 1997 after breaking ground in 1996 and is currently owned by Daniel Snyder.