Gasparilla Bowl at Raymond James Stadium
Raymond James Stadium is the new host to the Gasparilla Bowl, located in Tampa, Florida. Through 2017, the game was played at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers' home holds almost 69,000 fans when filled to capacity. Built by the people who create the attractions at Disney World, a giant pirate ship complete with cannons rests in Buccaneers Cove and the cannons sound each time Tampa Bay scores.
These are field-level sections that put you right in front of the action. Sections 135-136 are on the 50-yard line on the visiting sideline, while 110-111 are on the home sideline. The sections are alphanumerically numbered and start with A to Z, then go from AA to CC. Sections 145-151 are in the end zone and are in front of the stadium’s famous pirate ship.
This is the club level of the stadium, aside from the corner sections. Sections 208-213 and 233-238 are club seating and provide access to lounges and bars not available to other fans. The same alphanumeric rows apply here.
This is the upper level of the stadium and provides the most cost-efficient way to get in. Sections 335-336 and 310-311 are at the 50-yard line if you still want to be front and center.