• Sunday's game will honor the 1960 NFL Championship Philadelphia Eagles. Alumni will leave the NovaCare Complex in a double-decker bus at noon. The processional will travel through the parking lots ending at Lincoln Financial Field. Throughout the first half of Sunday's game, four 30-second tribute videos will play in the stadium. We will welcome members of the 1960 championship team onto Lincoln Financial Field for a special halftime tribute.
• Gates to HeadHouse Plaza will open at 1:00 p.m.
• HeadHouse Plaza Activities: For those in attendance at Sunday's game, HeadHouse Plaza will feature activities prior to kickoff including:
- A live pregame broadcast from 94 WYSP.
- Comcast Sportsnet and "Eagles Pregame Live" will be live from HeadHouse Plaza at 3 p.m. Fans may join the live audience of "Eagles Pregame Live" with Michael Barkann, Ray Didinger, Vaughn Hebron and Governor Rendell and may enter to win giveaways.
- A live performance from Liquid A.
- Interactive games and activities will be available for fans of all ages. A quarterback accuracy challenge, an obstacle course, a Pepsi inflatable and face painting will be in the Interactive Zone. Face painting will also be available in a booth along the plaza with displays from Teva Pharmaceuticals.
- Eagles Cheerleaders will host a booth where fans can purchase the 2010-11, eco-friendly swimsuit calendar.
- Pepsi will have a branded motorcycle on display and will be giving out free samples. Best Buy's Fantasy Football Booth allows fans to change and update their teams on sponsored laptops.
- The Mobile Fan Zone will be available on the plaza for Madden NFL 11 gaming.
• Parking costs for lots in the sports complex are $25 for cars; $50 for oversized vehicles. Although traffic conditions near the Sports Complex have improved, with over 70,000 fans coming to the game on Friday, there will inevitably be traffic tie-ups in the area of Lincoln Financial Field.
• Sunday's National Anthem will be performed by Timmy Kelly. All branches of the military will unfurl a field-sized American flag before the anthem. After completion of the National Anthem, we will have a fly over from 119th Fighter Squadron out of Atlantic City.
• Sunday's Snapple Coin-Toss Kidsare Madison Dall from Radnor, PA and Ryan Doughty from Audubon, NJ.
• Sunday's Kids Club Biggest Fanis Jared Green from Zionsville, PA. He will receive two sideline passes and two tickets to the game. For more information on the Philadelphia Eagles Kids Club or how to sign up, interested fans can visit PhiladelphiaEagles.com/kids
• Sunday's Dietz and Watson Hometown Hero is Sergeant William Rivers. SGT William Rivers reports to Marine Aircraft Group 49, Willow Grove where he serves as the Travel and Orders NCO. He is responsible for funding all travel by unit members, and supervision of all expenditure of the units' US Government Charge Cards. Sgt Rivers actively participates in community outreach with Make a Child Smile Organization, Autism Awareness Rally, and Toys for Tots. In recognition of our Hometown Hero, Dietz and Watson is donating $1,000 to the USO.
• This week's Coach of the Week is Gabe Infante. Infante most recently became the head football coach at St. Joseph's Prep in Philadelphia after 11 seasons as a defensive coordinator in New Jersey. He had a successful debut with Prep thanks to a fourth-quarter comeback in their first game this season. Infante is well-liked by his players and has quickly become a leader for his student athletes and fellow coaches at St. Joseph's. Also, at Prep, Infante's quarterback is Skyler Mornhinweg, son of Eagles offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg.
• Teva Pharmaceuticals Family Starting Line-ups: Each week, the Eagles choose between three and five families whose lives have recently been affected by a medical condition to receive tickets to the game courtesy of Teva Pharmaceuticals. These families will have the opportunity to watch warm-ups from the sidelines and be on the field as the Eagles starters are announced! This week's families are from the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
• Teva Pharmaceuticals Community Red Zone: Each week, the Eagles highlight two local charitable organizations that are making a difference in the community, courtesy of Teva Pharmaceuticals. The organizations receive exhibit space in the HeadHouse Plaza so they can provide information on their services to fans, along with tickets to the game. This week's organizations are: Cathy Miller Cancer Fund, which raises money for cancer research and helps to support those patients undergoing treatment; and Make a Wish Foundation, which is a wish granting organization for children with life-threatening medical conditions. The Make a Wish Foundation enriches these children's lives by giving them hope and joy.
• Philadelphia Eagles Scratch Off Pennsylvania Lottery Tickets: Eagles Instant Scratch Off Pennsylvania lottery tickets are currently available in ticket vending machines at Lincoln Financial Field on game day. These tickets can be purchased in the vending machines at each of the following locations: sections 106, 122, C6, C16 and in the HeadHouse Lobby. Each ticket is $5. If a winning ticket is purchased, the cash prize may be redeemed at the Eagles Ticket Office windows in the HeadHouse Lobby. Participants must be 18 years or older to play.
• Local Fare: The Eagles and ARAMARK continue to bolster the 2010 menu roster with popular, local favorites, adding Tony Luke's Cheesesteaks, Rick's Steaks and Planet Hoagie. These newcomers, available in sections 112-115, join a dining lineup that already features the Schmitter and Bassett's Original Memphis BBQ available on HeadHouse Plaza.
• Field Presentation: All 2010 Eagles logos will be replaced with 50th Anniversary logos for Sunday's game.
• Designated Driver Program: The Eagles are teaming up with Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Miller Brewing Company and TEAM Coalition to administer a Designated Driver program on game day. Fans who sign up to be a designated driver receive a wristband redeemable for a free soft drink. Interested fans may visit the nearest Guest Services Centers on the concourse behind Sections 121, 136, 206 and 226 , HeadHouse Plaza booth or Concierge Desk in any Premium Area to sign up.
• Gender Specific Search Lines: Each gate and entrance to Lincoln Financial Field will have signs designating security search lines as: Male, Female, or Family. Family lines are for groups that prefer to stay together through the security process. As guests approach the gate, they will be instructed to locate and follow the signs for their designated security search line. This layout has been designed to improve the flow through security and ensure guests enter Lincoln Financial Field in a timely manner.
• GuestAssist: Guests of Lincoln Financial Field who wish to report issues and concerns, ask for information or call for assistance in a fast, easy and convenient way can do so by texting our GuestAssist text message service. Text messages should be addressed to 78247. In the body of the text, type the word ASSIST
with the issue and location. Guests will receive an automatic response when the text is received. Stadium personnel will respond quickly and accordingly. On non-event days, guests can contact the Guest Services Hotline at (267) 570-4400 for assistance.