Raymond James Stadium
The Tampa Bay Bucs call Raymond James Stadium home, and they take the field there each season
to host some of the best teams in both the NFC and AFC. The Bucs always have a lot of talent, and they're constantly looking
to finish atop the divisional standings. Tampa Bay plays in the NFC South, so they see divisional opponents like the New Orleans
Saints, Carolina Panthers and Atlanta Falcons come to their home turf each year. The Bucs also see top teams from outside
the division visit on an annual basis. This year the Bucs have a big game on October 12th when the Baltimore Ravens hit the
field at Raymond James Stadium. Another tough game will come their way on December 21st when the Green Bay Packers take to
the field to battle with the Bucs. The Packers have one of the best players in the entire NFL in Aaron Rodgers. Make sure
you're there in the stands for all the bets games; check out the full schedule and parking passes on StubHub.com.
James Stadium History
Raymond James Stadium has been the home the Tampa Bay Bucs since it first opened back in 1998.
The early years at this venue were filled with great defensive performances by a Tampa defense that was one of the best in
the history of the league. The Bucs have played in a lot of memorable contests at this venue, as have other teams. Raymond
James Stadium was the site of Super Bowl XXXV in 2001 in which the Baltimore Ravens won their first Super Bowl title by taking
down the New York Giants. The history of this venue just grows with every game played there.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
If you are attending a game you will definitely want to secure yourself a good parking spot to make your entrance
and exit from the game as smooth as possible. Though we all know that the game is the eventual destination, being there in
the parking lot before game time will give you a completely different level of experience, as the camaraderie starts to build
in a big way as fans come out to share their passion and optimism. Come out and be a part of the atmosphere as the Bucs look
to pull it together and make a move up the NFC South standings in a season sure to be loaded to the brim with bone-jarring
Calls to Action
Whether you plan on tailgating and enjoying a Bucs game or any of the other
top notch events held at Ray Jay, it is a good idea to start planning your visit as soon as possible. When you're there in
the hours leading up to game time, with thousands of fans flocking to the parking lot at Raymond James Stadium expecting to
see an amazing matchup, you'll see why the NFL is the cream of the crop when it comes to spectator sports in the United States.
No matter how tempting it is to stay at home and catch the highlights on your smart phone, it doesn't get any better than
seeing the Bucs in person.