Super Bowl 55 at Raymond James Stadium
Raymond James Stadium will be the host venue for the 2021 Super Bowl, as Tampa is the host city for the big game. 2021 will be the 3rd time that Raymond James Stadium has hosted a Super Bowl, as SB XXXV (2001) and SB XLIII (2009) were also played there. The capacity for the Super Bowl at Raymond James Stadium should be right around 74,000 fans as the stadium can expand from its 65,000 seat capacity for big games. The largest crowd to attend a football game at Raymond James Stadium is 74,512 which was the crowd at the Clemson vs Bama National Championship Game in 2017.
Raymond James Stadium has three distinct levels: a 100-level which are the seats closest to the field, a 200-level section and the 300-level sections in the upper-deck. The 100-level spans from Section 102-152 and has approximately 30 rows in many of the sections. The 200-level includes Sections 201-245, and is only situated on sides of the field and corner (no end zone sections in 200-level). The upper-deck sections include Sections 302-344, and again do not have any behind the end zone sections. There are around 195 suites in Raymond James Stadium, but far fewer than that will be available to purchase from the Super Bowl as most of those will be used by the NFL for sponsors and the host team's VIPs.
The least expensive Super Bowl tickets in 2021 will likely be those 300-level corner seats in Sections 302-304, 317-319, 327-329 and 342-344. If the prices are close to where they were in 2020, then those type of seats will likely be listed for sale at $5,000+ per ticket.