Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Indoor Practice Facility Rising Quickly

The Buccaneers' new 100,000-square-foot practice facility is well under construction and slated to open its doors in September.

Construction photos of the Buccaneers' new indoor practice facility.

One Buccaneer Place, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' state-of-the-art headquarters, is gaining a critical new feature: an indoor practice facility, currently under construction and due to be ready for use in September.

As Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reported on Monday, the completed 100,000-square-foot facility will have a full-sized FieldTurf playing surface, an indoor clearance of 96 feet and seating for 3,500 guests. The Buccaneers plan to use the facility frequently for practice – including future training camps – in order to escape the often inconvenient Florida weather.

Below are renderings of what the completed project will look like, as well as up-to-the-minute images of the building in construction. Buccaneers.com will continue to provide updates and images of the new indoor practice facility in the coming weeks.

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