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Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida

Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida, is a dynamic football stadium, home to the champion NFL Tampa Bay Buccaneers. It's also the playing ground for the University of Florida Bulls and college bowl games. Additionally, when football gladiators aren't proving themselves, Raymond James Stadium is used as a concert venue and also a place for soccer matches, equestrian competitions, and Monster Jams. If you go, be sure to visit the replica pirate ship.


Prices -

Varies by game or event

Hours -

Ticket Office: Mon-Fri, 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.


  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers Games
  • College Bowl Games
  • University of South Florida Bulls Games
  • Monster Jams


  • NFL Tampa Bay Buccaneers Games
  • University of South Florida Bulls Football 
  • Stadium Concerts
  • Soccer Games
  • Horse Shows
  • Dining


  • Is There Parking? How Do I get there?

    Yes. The Stadium has plenty of parking for buses, cars, RVs, limousines, and motorcycles. Advance parking is available for season ticket holders of USF or Buccaneers teams. Parking prices start at $15. Raymond James Stadium is about one mile north of Interstate 275, between Himes and Dale Mabry.
  • What can I bring into the stadium?

    Raymond James Stadium allows you to bring in diaper bags, fanny packs, small radios or TVs, blankets, binoculars, and cameras. 

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