A Guide To Raymond James Stadium

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4201 North Dale Mabry Highway
Tampa, FL 33607
(813) 350-6500

Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Raymond James Stadium has been home to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers since it opened in 1998. Two Super Bowls have been played at the stadium – 2001 and 2009 – and it is also home to the University of South Florida Bulls football team and the site of the New Year’s Day Outback Bowl.

One of the highlights for fans who attend events at Raymond James Stadium is BucVision, which made the Tampa Bay Buccaneers the first professional team in any sport to show images on a high-definition screen.

A few other interesting factoids:

  • While the stadium is empty, the sound of a crow cawing is piped through the sound system to prevent pigeons from roosting in the rafters.
  • A huge pirate ship is permanently harbored in Buccaneer Cove. The ship, created by the same company that produces props for Walt Disney World, features cannons that are fired whenever the Bucs score.

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Getting there

From the north:
I-75 to I-275 South to Himes Avenue North or North Dale Mabry.

From the south:
I-75 to I-4 West to I-275 South to Himes Avenue North or North Dale Mabry; or I-75 North to I-275 North to North Dale Mabry.

From the east:
I-4 West to I-275 South to Himes Avenue North or North Dale Mabry; or I-4 West to Hillsborough Avenue West or Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard West.

From the west:
I-275 to North Dale Mabry; or Highway 60 East to Spruce Street East to North Dale Mabry.

– For Buccaneers games, lots open three-and-a-half hours before kickoff.
– For UCF games, lots open five hours before a game that starts in the late afternoon or evening and at 8 a.m. for early games.
– For the Outback Bowl, Monster Jam and American Invitational, lots open three hours prior to start time.


For Buccaneers games, call:
Ticket Office: (813) 879-2827 or (800) 795-2827
Club Seats: (813) 870-2700
Luxury Seats: (813) 870-2700, ext. 2283
Ticketmaster: (813) 287-8844 or visit www.ticketmaster.com

For USF tickets, call:
Ticket Sales: (800) GO-BULLS
Main Ticket Office: (813) 974-3002
Ticketmaster: (813) 287-8844


General admission seats (red seats) are 19 inches wide and measure 32-33 inches from one seat back to the next.

Club seats (pewter seats) are cushioned and measure 21 inches wide and are 32-33 inches from one seat back to the next.


Raymond James Stadium features a variety of food and places to eat, including Levy Restaurants.

Where To Stay

Places to stay near the stadium:

Marriott Tampa Airport
Tampa International Airport
Tampa, FL 33607

Comfort Inn Airport at Raymond James Stadium
4732 North Dale Mabry
Tampa, FL 33614

Holiday Inn Express Suites Stadium
4750 North Dale Mabry Highway,
Tampa, FL 33614

Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay
2900 Bayport Drive,
Tampa, FL 33607

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