TIAA Bank Field is home to the Jacksonville Jaguars who play in the AFC in the National Football League. The stadium was built in the place of the old Gator Bowl Stadium, and it was first opened in 1995 under the name Jacksonville Municipal Stadium. It was named TIAA Bank Field in 2018 after TIAA Bank acquired EverBank, the previous owner of the naming rights to the stadium. The stadium has hosted a Super Bowl (in 2005), Gator Bowls, collegiate games and concerts by performers such as Zac Brown Band, Lynyrd Skynyrd and Jason Aldean. The official TIAA Bank Field seating capacity has changed over the years due to different designs, and it currently can seat over 67,000. Grab your TIAA Bank Field tickets at StubHub.
What are the food and drink offerings?
There is a wide variety of eateries and places that sell both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks when you attend TIAA Bank Field events. Concession stands are located throughout the stadium along the main and upper concourses. You can find a range of items from Asian BBQ skewers to loaded nachos. For something more substantial, there are dishes like burritos, burgers, sandwiches and foot-long hot dogs. Many different beers are served, such as Blue Moon, Bud Light, Heineken and Michelob Ultra. Daily's on the plaza level serves a handful of craft beers.
Are there any stores in the stadium?
To pick up some game day gear, stop by one of the Jag Pro Shops in the stadium. They're located by Gate 3, Gate 2, Gate 4 and Sections 109/110. These stores have Jaguar apparel and accessories, and there are also portable kiosks in the stadium that carry a limited selection of items.
What's the parking situation?
Typically, parking lots open up four hours before the event starts. There are more than a dozen different lots, most of them located to the south of the stadium. If you're tailgating, be sure that all of your items fit within the parking stall.
Is there public transportation?
In addition to the regular bus lines that may take you close to the stadium, there's also a Gameday Xpress shuttle bus. This bus runs back and forth between the stadium and certain parking locations in Downtown Jacksonville and the surrounding areas. Parking at the associated lots is complementary, and a small fee is required to ride the bus.
Is TIAA Bank Field friendly to those in wheelchairs or with disabilities?
The stadium has several spots that feature accessible seating. There are family elevators and escalators that make it easier to get around, and there is even a golf-cart shuttle that can help you get back to your car after the game. For those traveling alone, the wheelchair escort service can be used. Anyone with electric wheelchairs can take advantage of the wheelchair recharging stations at the stadium.Back to Top
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