ASHBURN, Va. (WUSA) -- The Redskins and Virginia's Governor struck a deal to move the team's training camp to the state capital next year.
Its headquarters and training facility will stay in Ashburn.
But fans will have to make the two-hour drive to Richmond for the 2013 pre-season training camp.
Many fans in Northern Virginia say they want the team to stay in Ashburn.
Edith Reed loves the Redskins but is not a fan of training camp moving to Richmond next year.
"I wish they would stay. It's part of this area and an attraction for families."
Businesses in Ashburn want the burgundy and gold to stay too.
Jack Lechelt who is a Cowboys fan says he may not be a fan of the team but he roots for Ashburn. "These are the people who pay for tickets and paraphernalia, I'm sure, more then the people in Richmond do. They should honor that. I'm a fan of keeping our local economy strong. I know the Redskins do that."
Lance Moyse is a Dolphins fan, but says, "I still want the home team to do something good."
The something good is the team pumping tourism dollars into the local economy.
Training camp brings in nearly a million dollars in revenue to Loudoun County during the three weeks of practice.
Besides resident fans, restaurants and hotels will feel the Redskins' absence.
Jarrett Ziegler helps manage the Buffalo Wing Factory a couple of miles from Redskins Park.
"We support the Redskins what ever they have to do. It stinks on the business end as long as they win the Super Bowl. Go Redskins, right?
The city of Richmond says it is considering a number of locations for the Redskins new summer camp.
The training facility will undergo a multi-million dollar expansion. The upgrade will bring in nearly 400 jobs.