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Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium opened in 1961 and was home to The Washington Redskins until 1997 and became the temporary home of The Washington Nationals Baseball team in 2005.

WASHINGTON, DC - SEPTEMBER 5: District officials say they will tear down the dilapidated RFK stadium by 2021, a move they say is driven by a need to save money and not to advance plans for the Redskins to build a new football stadium there. The decision announced Thursday will end the life of the 58-year-old stadium best known for hosting the Redskins during the teams glory years in the 1980s and early 1990s when it won three Super Bowls. Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium opened in 1961 and was home to The Washington Redskins until 1997 and became the temporary home of The Washington Nationals Baseball team in 2005 and the Soccer team D.C. United vacated the stadium after their new Audi Field was completed. (Photo by Jonathan Newton / The Washington Post via Getty Images)
Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium opened in 1961 and was home to The Washington Redskins until 1997 and became the temporary home of The Washington Nationals Baseball team in 2005.