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Raymond James Stadium

Raymond James Stadium

Raymond James Stadium is a community stadium that proudly hosts the NFL’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the NCAA’s University of South Florida Bulls. At the beginning of each new year, the Big 10 and SEC take the field to fight for the title of the Outback Bowl. To further add to our stature, we’ve hosted Super Bowl XXXV in 2001 and Super Bowl XLIII in 2009. While we are mostly known for football, we are home to many other events, including Monster Jam, American Invitational and more.

Accessible seating

Raymond James Stadium was designed to offer an exciting, comfortable experience for everyone. Parking, seating, concessions, restrooms, water fountains and signage follow guidelines of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

To find out more about Accessibility at Raymond James Stadium, click here or download the Accessbility Guide

Concession Maps

Main Concourse


Upper Concourse


Club Level


Fundraising Opportunities

Is Your Nonprofit, 501c3 Organization Looking for a Unique Fundraiser?

Forget car washes and bake sales! Take advantage of a one-of-a-kind opportunity this football season!  Some organizations raised up to $50,000 in one football season!

ARAMARK Sports and Entertainment, exclusive provider of food and beverage at Raymond James Stadium, is currently recruiting not-for-profit groups to fundraise in our concession stands.  If you would like more information about this fundraising opportunity, please contact Katie Abbott, Nonprofit Coordinator, at (813) 350-6425 or abbott-kathryn@aramark.com.

Click here for Frequently Asked Questions

NFL Bag Policy

To provide a safer environment for the public and significantly expedite fan entry into stadiums, NFL teams will implement an NFL policy this year that limits the size and type of bags that may be brought into stadiums.

Click here to get full details.

NFL Fan Code of Conduct

The following is a list of actions prohibited in Raymond James Stadium:

  • Smoking, including e-cigarettes (except in designated locations)
  • Throwing or kicking objects
  • Interference with the progress of the game (including throwing objects onto the field)
  • Standing on chairs/seats
  • Disorderly conduct (including profanity)
  • Abuse of intoxicants
  • Spitting of tobacco
  • Stepping over chair backs
  • Standing or sitting in main level, club level, or upper level walkways, aisles or ramps
  • Placing cups on walls
  • Running or jogging
  • Failing to follow instructions of stadium personnel


Full Parking Map

Prohibited Items

PROHIBITED ITEMS WILL NOT BE STORED AT THE GATES; THEY MUST BE RETURNED TO YOUR VEHICLE OR THROWN AWAY. Tampa Sports Authority and Raymond James Stadium are not responsible for items left behind, lost, stolen or damaged. Possession of prohibited items is grounds for ejection from the stadium. Game tickets will be forfeited.

Prohibited items include:

  • All food, drinks, cans, bottles and glass
  • Backpacks, duffel bags or large bags
  • Drugs and narcotics (prescription medication exception)
  • Banners or flags with sticks or poles; items that could obstruct view
  • Video cameras and cameras longer than 12 inches (includes body, lens and filter)
  • Coolers and hard containers
  • Artificial noisemakers (air horns, bullhorns, whistles, vuvuzuelas, etc.)
  • Items that could be missiles or projectiles
  • Lasers
  • Pets (except assistive animals)
  • Recreational balls and equipment of any type (including footballs)
  • Seat cushions
  • Skates, skateboards, skate-shoes, all cycles and Segways
  • Strollers
  • Umbrellas or anything that would obstruct view
  • Any item that can’t fit under a guest’s seat
  • Unlawful weapons/fireworks (except those required by Florida Law or the Licensee’s admission policy)*

*Items permitted into the stadium are generally governed by the admissions policy of the Licensee and/or promoter of the event. Generally, most licensees’ and/or promoters’ admissions policies prohibit all weapons. Please contact the TSA office about the admissions policies implemented by the Licensee and/or promoter for each specific event.