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Franklin Field TicketsLocated on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania, Franklin Field is a historic venue that has hosted sporting events since 1895. Franklin Field is famous for both having the first scoreboard as well as the first upper deck in any stadium. The venue is known as the home of the Penn Quakers football team and it hosts five football games each year, including contests against rivals such as Princeton and Columbia. From 1958 to 1970, Franklin Field was the home of the Philadelphia Eagles before they moved to the Sports Complex in South Philadelphia. Every spring, Franklin Field is also home to the venerable Penn Relays, where some of the nation's best track runners compete. Pick up your Franklin Field tickets at StubHub today.
Where is Franklin Field located?Franklin Field is located at 33rd and South Streets in West Philadelphia. The stadium is near the exit from the Schuylkill Expressway and is only minutes from Center City Philadelphia and 30th Street Station. Franklin Field is also right next to the campus for Drexel University.
Is Franklin Field handicap accessible?Franklin Field is an older stadium that does not have any elevators. However, parts of Franklin Field are still handicap accessible. The handicap entrance is through the SL/SM Gate which is located on South Street. The accessible seating is through South Concourse and into the South Stands. There are special drop-off points for handicapped spectators.
Where are the best seats at Franklin Field?Franklin Field has a horseshoe shape and a double-decker design. The upper level seats provide an expansive view of the field for an affordable price. Sections SE through SH are located on the first level along one of the sidelines. These are the only Franklin Field tickets for seats in the stadium that have chairbacks. The rest are bleacher seats. On the other side of the stadium, Sections NE through NH are the lower level seats between the 40 yard lines.
Can you take public transportation to Franklin Field?Fans who do not want to fight traffic and worry about parking have several mass transit options to reach Franklin Field. There is a stop on the SEPTA Green Line Trolley on 33rd Street down the block from Franklin Field. Fans can also take the Market Frankford Blue Line that has a stop at 34th and Market Street. In addition, fans who take SEPTA commuter trains can walk to Franklin Field from 30th Street Station. SEPTA buses 40 and 42 also have stops near Franklin Field.
Is there parking on premises for Franklin Field events?Metered street parking is in limited supply in this part of West Philadelphia. While there is no dedicated lot for Franklin Field, the University of Pennsylvania operates many different parking lots and garages throughout the entire campus where spectators can park. In addition, there are several hotels in the neighborhood that allow visitors to park there for a fee.
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