Located next to the original Tampa Stadium, Raymond James Stadium is a popular choice for concerts and special events as well as football games. Featuring over 65,000 seats, the first regular season home game ever played at Raymond James Stadium was in September 1998 between the Bucs and the Chicago Bears, and the Tampa team won.
Two three-tier grandstands are located on both sides of the gridiron. Just beyond the end zones there is more seating. The stadium features 12,000 club seats, 195 luxury suites and the main feature, Buccaneer Cove. Located beyond the north end zone at Raymond James Stadium, Buccaneer Cove is modeled after a 19th century pirate village.
Buccaneer Cove's houses a 103 foot long replica pirate ship and is designed for fans amusement. There is also a rustic, two-story fishing village portico that houses stadium concessions. There are beach hut kiosks located throughout the area. When a Buccaneer player scores a touchdown, eight cannons fire to celebrate the moment. Raymond James Stadium has been the host of the Super Bowl and the Outback Bowl.
Football at its best is awaiting you at the Raymond James Stadium. What are you waiting for? Take the entire family to watch and cheer on your team. Buy your tickets for all events at Raymond James Stadium today!