Carolina Panthers Tickets for Sale
Established 21 years ago in 1993 the Panthers NFL franchise is located in North Carolina and they play and are headquartered at Bank of America Stadium located at 800 South Mint Street in Charlotte, North Carolina. The stadium has 158 executive suites and boasts a seating capacity of 74,455 and prior to the 2015 season the Panthers renovated all 158 executive suites and added a new private club suite, dubbed “The 32 Club” due to its location on the 32 yard line. The Panthers are one of the few teams that own the stadium they play in and is a member of the South division of the NFC. The teams GM is Dave Gettleman and their head coach is, winner of the 2013 AP NFL Coach of the Year award, Ron Rivera. They have made the playoffs six time, reaching the NFC Championship Game in three of them, the Panthers have won five division titles, one of them while in the NFC West and four of them in the NFC South. Kind of a rough start for the Panthers as they start the season they lost their best WR when Kelvin Benjamin suffered a torn ACL and now coach Rivera is scrambling on how and who to replace him with. Talk of using rookie Devin Funchess to fill the spot has all eyes and ears open, wondering if his ability to learn the Z receiver spot as well the slot and is now moving to the role of X where Benjamin was is a sign of good things to come and expectations while not high, Funchess knows what is expected so it may push the rookie to excel in his first year.
Bank of American Stadium
Located in Charlotte, North Carolina the stadium now known as Bank of America Stadium. Formerly known as Panther Stadium during planning and then was named Ericsson Stadium during the years of 1996-2004, when Bank of America bought the naming rights. It boasts a seating capacity of 74,455 has a grass playing surface, and cost $248 million in 1996 to construct. This stadium is home to Carolina Panthers of the NFL, National Football League, the Belk Bowl which is the annual college football bowl game between the ACC and the SEC. The Bank of America Stadium also hosts The Dr. Pepper ACC Championship Game held on the first Saturday in December. This game pits the champion of the Coastal Division against the champion of the Atlantic Division in a game that follows the regular season. The facility has been known to host some soccer championship games the NCAA Men’s Soccer Championship in 1999 and 2000 among many big name concerts at the venue as well. At the time of construction the stadium was pioneering in the use of Personal Seat Licenses which the large-scale project helped fund a big part of the construction costs. In 2013, the City of Charlotte and the Panthers agreed to spend $200 million for additional renovations to the stadium. This came as a result of their hopes to host a Super Bowl in the near future.