Since its opening in 1998, Raymond James Stadium in Tampa has played host to a wide variety of different teams including the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the South Florida Bulls and the Tampa Bay Mutiny. In addition to being the home of Super Bowl XXXV and Super Bowl XLIII, Ray Jay also hosts college football's annual Outback Bowl and Gasparilla Bowl. Musical performers such as U2, Kenny Chesney, Beyonce, One Direction, Taylor Swift and NSYNC are just a few of the world class acts that have graced the stage at Raymond James Stadium over the years. Grab your seat for Raymond James Stadium's next big event at StubHub.
What is the seating capacity of Raymond James Stadium?
The permanent seating capacity of Raymond James Stadium is 65,618. However, when temporary seating is added for special events, the capacity of the stadium can be expanded to 75,000.
Where are the best Raymond James Stadium seats located?
If you would like to take in the atmosphere beneath the stadium's famous pirate ship and cannon, you can purchase tickets in Sections 145 to 151. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers set up their bench right in front of Sections 110 and 111, so if you want to get a close-up view of the players, those are the best seats for you. If you are in town to cheer on the visiting team, Sections 135 and 136 may be a better fit, since that is where their bench is set up. Truthfully, though, the open and airy design of Raymond James Stadium means that every seat in the house will give you a great view of the action.
Is there on-site parking at Raymond James Stadium?
There are plenty of on-site parking lots at Raymond James Stadium. These lots are best accessed from N. Dale Mabry Highway, Columbus Drive, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. or Himes Ave. Parking prices will vary depending on the size of your vehicle, but you can generally expect to pay approximately $30 for a regular car.
Is Raymond James Stadium a wheelchair friendly facility?
With accessible drop-off points, on-site ADA parking spaces, accessible seating and entrances specially designed with wheelchairs in mind, Raymond James Stadium is exceptionally friendly to visitors with disabilities. At some wheelchair seating areas, you will even find power stations which can be used to recharge the chair.
Are there other entertainment options nearby?
George M. Steinbrenner Field, the Spring Training home of the New York Yankees is located directly across the street from Raymond James Stadium. You can also get to attractions such as ZooTampa at Lowry Park, Ben T. Davis beach and Busch Gardens Tampa Bay in about 15 minutes if traveling by car.Back to Top