GREATER LANDOVER, Maryland — There are no more tickets left to see the Washington Commanders take on the Buffalo Bills in-person at FedEx Field on Sunday. The game, which is expected to start at 1 p.m., is officially sold out.
This comes after the team sold out tickets and parking passes to its home opener against the Arizona Cardinals on Sept. 10.
Sunday's game is the Washington Commander's second home game of the regular season and third game under new ownership. Josh Harris spoke with WUSA9's Wisdom Martin ahead of the season opener about the pressures of becoming the team's new owner.
He says the most shocking part of it all has been to see just how many Washington residents are showing their love for the Commanders.
“What shocked me was the massive outpouring of support and love for this franchise that existed in Washington. It was a sleeping giant, I knew growing up how much the Commanders meant to the DMV. But the welcome that the team has gotten since the change has been incredible.”
Parking passes are still available for purchase on the Commander's website for anyone who plans on driving to Sunday's game.
Our team caught up with Mayor Muriel Bowser to ask if she thinks a new stadium in DC would be a good move financially.