The Carolina Panthers were awarded an expansion team in 1993, becoming the 29th franchise in the NFL. When the team began playing football in 1995, things came surprisingly easily to the new club. After a 7-9 finish in their inaugural season, the Panthers won the NFC West in 1996 with a 12-4 record. With the exception of down years in 1998 and 2001, the Panthers hovered right around .500 until winning the division for the second time in franchise history in 2003. With an offense featuring quarterback Jake Delhomme, running back Deshaun Foster and wide receivers Steve Smith and Mushin Muhammad, Carolina made it to the Super Bowl in 2003, only to be stopped by the New England Patriots. The Panthers won their division in 2003 and also made three more playoff appearances - wild card spots in 2005, 2008, and 2014. We are currently in the middle of the new era of Carolina football, the era of phenom quarterback Cam Newton running the offense. Newton led the Panthers to their best season in franchise history in 2015, winning the NFC division and taking the team to the Super Bowl, where they would lose to the Denver Broncos. The only player in the Carolina Panthers Hall of Honor is former linebacker Sam Mills. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Carolina Panthers tickets.
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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.
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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.