Bowser says she thinks Commanders should strongly consider old RFK Stadium for new stadium

WASHINGTON D.C., DC — The conversation continues on where the newly named Washington Commanders will build their new stadium. Where they will play football remains a mystery. 

On Saturday, WUSA9 spoke to D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser on where she thinks the stadium should go and how to make sure that the Commanders become a winning team. 

“Well, we know when the team was last a winning team and they played at RFK,” Mayor Bowser said. 

Bowser said The District is already equipped with a 100-acre site to build on and one day play.

“We have an ideal location at RFK. Our administration has been focused on getting control of the RFK site from the federal government for a longer period than our lease is now,” she said. 


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