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Team: Carolina Panthers
Home Games: Bank of America Stadium
Head Coach: Ron Rivera
Manager: Marty Hurney
All-Time Greats: Cam Newton, Steve Smith Sr., Julius Peppers, Christian McCaffrey, Jake Delhomme
Even though both North Carolina and South Carolina claim the Carolina Panthers, the team plays out of Charlotte, N.C. Although the Panthers have yet to win the Super Bowl, they reached Super Bowl XXXVIII in 2003, losing 32-29 to the New England Patriots. The Panthers reached the Super Bowl again in 2015 but were beaten by the Denver Broncos. Despite not having a Super Bowl victory, this team has amassed a collection of six NFC division titles and maintains strong rivalries with other conference members. The Panthers also have a uniquely lovable mascot, a black cat called "Sir Purr," who has been used to represent the team since its first season. The Panthers and Sir Purr host an entertaining Mascot Bowl, which invites other team mascots to compete in a friendly competition during halftime. Panthers games are both a show of athletic ability and a chance for fans to be thoroughly entertained. If you're ready for a truly memorable fan experience, get your tickets for the next Panthers game at StubHub today.
Where is the Carolina Panthers home field?
The Panthers play at the Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, N.C., and they have played there since 1996. The stadium seats 75,525 people, and it is located on 33 acres that include adjacent landscaping and practice fields. The stadium was built specifically for the team, and you can tell because of the small touches that reference the Panthers, such as accent colors like blue, silver and black around the venue. Arches and towers make the location stand out even more.
Have the Carolina Panthers ever won a national title?
Although the Panthers have not yet won a Super Bowl, they have won multiple NFC titles — one NFC West title and five in NFC South. The Panthers originally played in the NFC West division before being moved to the NFC South in 2002. This was due to the NFL's re-division following its expansion.
How much are Panthers tickets?
As is the case with most NFL teams, Panthers tickets have a wide price range. Seats usually cost between about $60 and well over $1000. Box seats and VIP options, which often include free food and drinks, tend to be on the higher end of the spectrum. Tickets for championship games are generally more expensive than regular-season games. However, if you're a devoted fan, you may want to look into purchasing season tickets.
Do the Panthers have any historic rivalries?
The Panthers have an ongoing rivalry with multiple teams also playing in NFC South. One of their major rivals is the Atlanta Falcons, a team that is uniquely geographically close to the Panthers in the spread-out NFC South. The Panthers have two other main rivals, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the New Orleans Saints. Games between the Panthers and Buccaneers have been euphemistically described as "physical," with players on both sides suffering especially aggressive hits during games.
How is the tailgating scene at Panthers games?
When you go to a Panthers game at the Bank of America Stadium, be prepared for an unusually vibrant tailgate scene. Regular fans have noted that the stadium parking lot is divided into sections, and each seems to have its own tailgate culture. Some locations have traditional Carolina food, while others have live bands and TVs. While the layout is a major contributor, the variance in tailgate culture is also a testament to the Panthers' diverse fan base.
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