Saluting the real
heroes in uniform.

Army. Navy. Air Force. Marines. Coast Guard. National Guard. Redskins Salute, the official military appreciation club of the Washington Redskins, was created specifically with current and former service members in mind as a free community to connect, serve and support military members, their families and friends. Redskins Salute is where the Washington Redskins recognize the duty to serve and support those who have courageously fought for our freedom, and an opportunity to thank our military for their continued selfless efforts to serve our country. A first of its kind in the NFL, Redskins Salute is where service members can connect with the team and with each other, sharing Redskins stories, experiences and the shared passion behind an 80+ year tradition with year-round benefits.

  • Contests and Sweepstakes
  • Photo and Video Galleries
  • Special Events
  • Promotional Giveaways
  • Meet & Greets w/ Players
  • Discounted Offers

View our Military Appreciation Google Hangout with Pierre Garcon and Darrel Young.

Access your HD board photos from Redskins Salute Military Appreciation Day at FedExField here.

COMING SOON - A new, fully optimized website is in the works. Please fill out the form to the right to receive the latest updates and club-membership information.

Am I eligible?

The Redskins Salute Club is available to all active, retired, and honorably separated officers and enlisted personnel of the U.S. military. It is also open to individuals whose immediate family have been in the military.

Thank you!

You are now a Redskins Salute member. We’ll notify you when our official site launches, so you can stay in the loop and take advantage of all the various club benefits.

Enter to Win!

Sign up for Redskins Salute and be entered for a chance to win four Club Level Tickets to the Patriots Game and an autographed Robert Griffin III football.

Add me to your birthday list.

Yes, I would like to receive special offers from the Redskins and their partners.

Official contest rules