Carolina Panthers Stadium
To cheer yourself with the spirit of camaraderie and sports, the
Carolina Panthers Stadium is the perfect place to visit. Get ready to
witness an intense crowd of people, allow yourself to blend in with the
sound of cheers, and free yourself as you acquire an infectious vigor
present on all corners of the stadium.
The Carolina Panthers Stadium is one of the top stadiums in the National
Football League (NFL). Located in Charlotte, North Carolina, it was one
of the first cities foreseen to be a site for a new NFL team. It was in
1993 that the Charlotteans’ dream of having a local NFL team came true
and they did receive the franchise to begin playing in 1995. This then
was the start of the Carolina Panthers and the construction of the
The stadium was first bought by Ericsson Inc., naming it Ericsson
Stadium but in 2004, the Panthers and Bank of America decided to make a
20-year deal to rename it as Bank of America Stadium. It was the first
few stadiums to be financed privately by club owners.
In a gaming venue, it would be natural to see bleachers enveloping the
place, a wide field where athletes stage their play, a booth for the
sport announcers and an opening entrance of the athletes when they are
introduced before the game; but what strikes visitors of the Carolina
Panthers Stadium is its premium appearance very enticing to the eyes.
The Carolina Panthers Stadium or Bank of America Stadium is uniquely
designed with gigantic archways, gleaming black granite frontals and
domed towers. You will also see a pair of eight-feet black panthers
displayed and perched on the ten-foot pedestals located on each side of
the entrances decorated with the brightly lit towers witnessed every
night. The stadium can accommodate 73,000 people to 73,000 blue and
silver seats surrounding the arena, not including those who wish to
stand during the entire game.
It boasts numerous amenities including the Bank of America club with
158 luxury suites, training facilities and equipments, administrative
offices and three practice venues.
If you may wish to ask how they score
the game, there are two huge scoreboards placed atop the stadium’s upper
deck seen on each of the end zones.
But why should you really come by to attend a game at the stadium when
you can just see it on television? Well… the experience is immeasurable
finding yourself trapped in a world of excitement and sports and yes,
it’s worth your expenses.
The energy of the crowd is just so quick to adapt to and you would
feel incredibly addicted to what you see and feel at the moment you
watch the game.
And though the place is made for the athletes and your
role is to watch and not really get to explore the place, there are big
chances of seeing the whole stadium on other days through a tour. You
should know that they accommodate visitors on Wednesdays at 10:00am so
feel free to drop by.
Now there is no need holding back your most concealed passion for
sports. You can either watch or tour; and if you are an aspiring
athlete, the stadium will be your motivation to get to the peak of your
athletic career. So what are you waiting for? Come by Charlotte,
remember to put the stadium in your list of places to visit and don’t
forget to wear a Carolina Panthers shirt when you watch a football