Bank of America Stadium Tickets
Bank of America Stadium Seating Chart and Event Tickets
Events at Bank of America Stadium
Preseason Game 1
Friday, 7:30 PM
Preseason Game 2
Sunday, 8:00 PM
Bank of America Stadium 800 South Mint Street Charlotte, NC 28202 Capacity: 73,400
The Carolina Panthers’ home was made for football, and it shows. Located in downtown Charlotte, Bank of America Stadium boasts terrific sightlines, amenities to satisfy even the most demanding fan and easy access to restaurants and hotels for pre and post-game revelry. No wonder Carolina Panthers tickets are so hard to find.
The home of the Panthers, originally known as Ericsson Stadium, was designed by the famed HOK Sports Facilities Group of Kansas City, Mo. HOK took what it learned in building some of the most iconic venues in the country and applied that knowledge to Bank of America Stadium. The designers’ attention to detail is evident even from afar, as the exterior is swathed in the team colors - black, silver and blue, and that’s only the beginning. This state-of-the-art stadium is even more impressive on the inside with breathtaking views greeting spectators on both the upper and lower decks. Every seat is angled to provide the best possible view of the action. You need to see this facility in person to appreciate it. Let GoTickets find you the Bank of America Stadium tickets you’re looking for.
Part of the stadium’s success stems from its seamless integration into the surrounding neighborhood. More than 130 restaurants are within easy walking distance of Bank of America Stadium, as are 4,000 of the Charlotte metro area’s 24,000 hotel rooms. It’s a cozy arrangement that suits fans of pro and college football. In addition to the Panthers’ games, Bank of America Stadium will play host to the Belk Bowl, which features teams from the Big East and Atlantic Coast Conference at the end of December. If that sounds enticing, GoTickets can set you up with Belk Bowl tickets and any other college football tickets you need.
The Panthers should have no trouble drawing a crowd this fall.With Super Cam under center, hopes are high once again for the Cats. Charlotte played in the National Football League’s biggest game two years ago, and nearly snuck into the playoffs last year despite a seemingly endless run of injuries at key positions.
The Panthers would like nothing better than to play host to an NFL playoff game or two this coming season. The home-field advantage has come into play in the past. The team has won both of the two home playoff games in its history, beating Dallas in 1997 (26-17) and again in ‘03 (29-10).
But before they can think about returning to the Super Bowl, the Panthers must contend with a challenging 2013 schedule. Even if it’s Super Bowl tickets and Final Four tickets you need, GoTickets will put you right in the middle of the action.