The Carolina Panthers average ticket price for regular season NFL games has remained relatively consistent over the last six seasons. The average Steelers ticket prices experienced no change between the 2011 and 2012 seasons. Between 2013 and 2015 the average ticket price has remained almost the same at $75, with a slight decrease in the 2014 season to $74. The average ticket price for Carolina Panthers regular season tickets for 2016 is currently at $117, which is the highest ticket price compared to the previous years.
(Data updated 11/2/2016)
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2016 Panthers Season Preview
The 2016 Carolina Panthers schedule is set and the Panthers are the defending NFC champions. The 2015 season was the best season in the Carolina Panthers franchise history as the team went 15-1 and won their division. The team would go on to the Super Bowl only to lose to the Denver Broncos. The 2016 Carolina Panthers season will be the Panthers 22nd season in the NFL. Panthers football will be led by head coach Ron Rivera as he starts his sixth season with the team. Cam Newton, the reigning 2015 NFL MVP, will once again try to lead the team to a Super Bowl victory. Carolina’s defense is strengthened by Michael Oher and the Panthers first round 2016 NFL draft pick Vernon Butler. TicketCity is the place to go for Carolina Panthers tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Panthers at Bank of America Stadium, or supporting Carolina on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Carolina Panthers tickets, including home and away games.
Carolina Panthers Football at Bank of America Stadium Address: 800 S Mint St, Charlotte, North Carolina, 28202
The Panthers play their home games at Bank of America Stadium, located in Charlotte, North Carolina. Opened in 1996, after one year of the Panthers playing football in Charleston, South Carolina, Bank of America Stadium holds nearly 74 thousand screaming Carolina fans when filled to capacity. Bank of America Stadium was built specifically with the Panthers in mind, evident by the colors of the building itself—Carolina black, silver and blue. The Carolina Panthers home bench is on the Bank of America Stadium sideline with sections 125-138, so if you want to enjoy the game near the team, get Carolina Panthers tickets in these sections. Bank of America Stadium parking is covered in our Panthers event guide.
Known as the “I-85 Rivalry” for the close proximity, these two teams have developed a heated rival over the years. Both teams have combined for 6+ division titles and have both played in the Super Bowl. With only five hours separating the two teams, the intensity level always seems to be at its highest when they meet two times a year.The Panthers vs. Falcons game is one of the biggest events of the Panthers season. Make sure you don't miss out on this game by getting a great deal on Panthers tickets from TicketCity!
This rivalry took off after NFL realignment and they began matching up two times a year. Often the most physical games of the season on the schedule, many players have been lost due to injury when these two teams faceoff. Players have been ejected and trash-talk leading up to the game has intensified this rivalry. Get your Panthers vs. Buccaneers tickets from TicketCity!
The Panthers vs. Saints rivalry started when the Panthers entered the NFL in 1995. The rivalry started while the teams were in the NFC West, and continued once they moved to the NFC South. Saints vs Panthers games are always intense, as each game is usually won by a small margin of points.
Panthers in the Super Bowl, NFC Championship and in the NFL Playoffs
The Panthers have been in the NFL since 1995 and they already have won an NFC Championship and a division title 3+ times. With multiple playoff appearances, the Panthers continue to build on the success they have had in a short amount of time in the league.
2015 Carolina Panthers Season Preview
The Carolina Panthers squeaked into the playoffs in 2014, with a 7-8-1 record. The Panthers 2014 season was incredibly up and down, with the team going on a 6 game losing streak, followed by a 4 game winning streak to make the playoffs. In 2015, the Panthers hope to build off of a strong finish to the season and advance farther in the NFC playoffs. To help Carolina improve in 2015, the Panthers drafted outside linebacker Shaq Thompson, and wide receiver Devin Funchess. Both players are expected to get playing time early for the Panthers and help contribute to another NFC South title. If superstar quarterback Cam Newton can play like he did the final 4 weeks of the season in 2014, the Panthers have a great shot at making another playoff run in 2015.
2014 Carolina Panthers Season Preview
The Panthers put together a season that tied the franchise record for most wins, and this year they’ll be aiming for a Super Bowl. Cam Newton and a very stout Carolina defense led the team to win 11 of their last 12 games, including victories over the 49ers, Patriots, and Saints. Newton will have to get on the same page with some new receivers quickly, as he lost his top three guys in Steve Smith, Brandon LaFell and Ted Ginn Jr. Replacing them is Jerricho Cotchery and Jason Avant, as well as draft pick Kelvin Benjamin out of Florida State. On defense, the Panthers were able to secure Greg Hardy for the season, and along with Charles Johnson they’ll look to give opposing QBs fits once again. Luke Kuechly and Thomas Davis were also solid in the linebacking corps, and if Carolina can hold good offenses like they did in 2013, watch out for the Panthers. Carolina opens the season in Tampa, and will host the Detroit Tigers with the first home game. A slew of tough opponents are on the schedule in October, including away games in Cincinnati and Green Bay and home contests with the Bears, Seahawks and Saints.
2013 Carolina Panthers Season Preview
As a young team on the rise, the Panthers were relatively inactive this offseason. Where the Panthers did make some changes however, was on the defensive side of the ball. Carolina signed two players who are expected to start in the secondary—corner back Drayton Florence and safety Mike Mitchell. The focus for the Panthers in the NFL Draft was also on defense. With the 14th overall selection Carolina snagged Utah defensive tackle Star Lotulelei and then used its second round pick to draft another defensive tackle in Kawann Short from Purdue. Even with the additions, the defense will still hinge on the play of the linebackers—Jon Beason, Thomas Davis and reigning Defensive Rookie of the Year Luke Kuechly. Offensively, the Panthers will continue to run with DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart at tailback, Steve Smith at wide receiver, and third-year man Cam Newton under center. The Panthers are a team on the rise, and should continue to improve in the 2013 season.
2011 Carolina Panthers Season Preview
The Carolina Panthers had a rough go in 2010, going 2-14 and finishing at the bottom of the NFL. Now, with a new coach in Ron Rivera and Heisman Trophy winner Cam Newton under center, the Panthers are looking to return to the playoff conversation in the NFC South. Though the Panthers have several options at quarterback, including a pair of second-year players and veteran Derek Anderson, many believe Newton will start very soon, as he is among the most physically gifted athletes in the NFL. Regardless of who starts, they will be joined by solid running backs in Jonathan Stewart and DeAngelo Williams, both of whom are reliable options. Wide receiver Steve Smith is also one of the most explosive pass-catchers in the NFL. Though the offense certainly needs to step it up from last year, that is even more the case with the defense. The front four is still reeling from the loss of Julius Peppers to the Bears last season, and have yet to find a suitable replacement. Instead, they will rely heavily on the young linebacking corps to form an identity in hopes of pleasing Rivera, who had been the defensive coordinator in for the Chargers and part of one of the best defenses in history–the 1985 Bears.
2010 Carolina Panthers Season Preview
The Carolina Panthers had an up-and-down season last year, characterized by the struggles of quarterback Jake Delhomme. Delhomme, just four years removed from bringing the team to a Super Bowl, was benched in favor of Matt Moore, and then signed by the Cleveland Browns during the offseason. Moore, who performed well in 2009, will lead a Panthers offense that features one of the most explosive receivers in the game in Steve Smith. Carolina is also home to one of the best running back tandems in the NFL, with DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart, who both rushed for more than 1,000 yards last year. If they rely on their impressive running attack, and Moore can limit his mistakes, there's no reason to think that the offense will not improve from its production a year ago. The defense took a big hit this offseason, as a pro bowl defensive end Julius Peppers was signed by the Chicago Bears. Everette Brown and Tyler Brayton will be tasked with replacing Peppers, but that will not be an easy role to fill. However, the secondary should be solid as cornerback Chris Gamble and Richard Marshall provide good experience. The Panthers can have a nice rebound season if they can navigate through a tough schedule that includes two games against the defending Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints.
2009 Carolina Panthers Season Preview
The Carolina Panthers head into 2009 with one thing on their mind; they want to seal the deal. The Panthers have had some marvelous seasons over the past few years but they have yet to win that elusive Super Bowl Champion ring. For Carolina to lift the Lombardi Trophy in Miami, they are going to need to get stellar play from quarterback Jake Delhomme, running back DeAngelo Williams and RB Jonathan Stewart. Carolina also wants to get a full season from talented, yet emotional wide receiver Steve Smith. Smith was suspended by the Panthers for the beginning of the '08 season due to an altercation in training camp. The best news Carolina got over the off-season was the re-signing of defensive star Julius Peppers. Peppers returns to anchor a stout Panther defense that will be a key to whether Coach John Fox gets his team a Super Bowl victory.
2008 Carolina Panthers Season Preview
The Carolina Panthers are one of the NFL teams that can take down any NFL team that doesn't take them seriously. The Carolina Panthers are playing to improve on their .500 record of last season and get back to the playoffs for the first time since 2005. The team made a large number of moves before the 2006 season, and looks for those new players to begin to make an impact this year. Draft pick DeAngelo Williams has the potential to be a running back the team can base much of its future offense around, and the veteran leadership of Vinny Testaverde and the youth of David Carr as quarterback options make for an unpredictable offense that can score points quickly. A Carolina Panthers game this season at "the Vault" in Charlotte shows what football is all about – a league underdog showing they can beat anyone if they want it badly enough!
Carolina Panthers - 11/25/2016
Luke Kuechly is still out with a concussion, however he has a strong replacement with A.J. Klein. While Kuechly hasn’t been ruled out of Sunday’s game against the Raiders, it is unlikely that he will play.
Carolina Panthers - 11/18/2016
Panthers star linebacker Luke Kuechly had to be carted off during Thursday’s game against the Saints and is currently going through concussion protocol.
Carolina Panthers - 11/4/2016
After last week’s game against the Arizona Cardinals, where DE Calais Campbell made a controversial hit against Cam Newton, it has been reported that Campbell has been fined $18,231 for this illegal hit.