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In joining as an expansion team to replace the bankrupt the Frankford Yellow Jackets in 1931, the Philadelphia Eagles have been a strong national contender in the NFL. In their long history, they have won the Super Bowl three times. Their first victory came in 1948 after they beat the Chicago Cardinals after losing to them in the previous year. It was historic for two reasons: firstly, it was the first championship for Philly and secondly it was the first Super Bowl championship game to be televised.

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As the teams went three quarters scoreless, it was Philadelphia who would secure a touchdown and field goal in Shibe Park stadium to win. The crowd of almost 40,000 fans cheered as the snowy game finally came to an end. Philly would repeat again next year when they beat the Los Angeles Rams by fourteen points. This year, the 11-1 Eagles won the championship in the first year that it was ever played in Los Angeles.

It would not be until 1960 that they would win another Super Bowl game. Indeed, in the 28th Championship game of the NFL, the tough Philly squad took the field in Franklin Field, at their home turf in Philadelphia. After a close game and back and forth scoring, the home team would edge out the Green Bay Packers by 4 points to win 17 to 13. This game was surely historic as it as one of the major losses recorded under legend Packers head coach Vince Lombardi.

Despite numerous other playoff appearances and divisional championships, the Eagles would not win another Super Bowl since 1960. Now, the team plays their home games right in Lincoln Financial Field, located in southern Philadelphia. With a seating capacity of almost 70,000, this stadium has a reputation of holding some of the most loyal fans in the NFL.