The Washington Commanders were established in 1932 and are part of the NFC East division. In 1950, the Commanders and Los Angeles Rams became the first teams to have all their games televised. The Commanders also fielded the NFL’s first marching band in 1937. The Commanders play their NFL schedule home games at FedEx Field, located in Landover, Maryland. Keep up with the latest Washington Commanders info including standings, stats, news and much more.
2023 Commanders Schedule
Don’t miss a second of the 2023 Washington Commanders football season, explore the full Commanders schedule right here, including scores, news and where to watch NFL games. No Commanders football today? Find another game to watch on the full NFL Schedule.
How to Watch the Washington Commanders
On any given Sunday (and of course for Monday Night Football and the occasional Thursday Night Football game) you will likely want to keep your eyes glued to the full Washington Commanders schedule. Whether you have a sports package or not, you can catch a ton of football games via streaming or on satellite. Below are a few places where you can watch the Commanders play.
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