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Tampa Bay Buccaneers reveal the completely redesigned East Stadium Club

The fourth phase of stadium renovations at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Raymond James Stadium will focus on bringing fans a premium, yet affordable gameday experience in the all-new East Stadium Club.

 

The latest round of enhancements, which are a part of the larger US$160m renovation to Raymond James Stadium, will focus on a redesign of the climate-controlled East Stadium Club and Atrium, offering a premium gameday experience in an immersive indoor/outdoor environment. Tickets will start at just $155 per game, bringing together both luxury and affordability.

 

The cornerstone of the East Stadium Club will be an exclusive 8,000-square-foot, full-service premium sports bar in the East Atrium. It will feature an array of culinary stations that will have guests going back for seconds (and thirds), plus tons of beer selections on tap – including local craft brews that incorporate the flavours of Tampa Bay.

 

Buccaneers Chief Operating Officer, Brian Ford, said:

This next phase of renovations is part of the Buccaneers organization’s continued commitment to maintaining Raymond James Stadium as one of the country’s premier sporting venues. Last season, we introduced a reimagined West Stadium Club experience that was very well received by our members and this year’s enhancements have been designed to build off that success and bring that elevated gameday experience to fans in the East Stadium Club.

 

 

In addition to premium finishes, state-of-the-art technology and a seamless gameday experience, East Stadium Club Members will view the games in comfortable, newly padded stadium seating, while enjoying additional Club benefits such as: early entry to the stadium, new boutique concession locations, discounted food and merchandise, as well as autograph opportunities with Buccaneers legends and cheerleaders. Gameday in the all-new East Stadium Club means comfort, convenience and luxury, all at an incredible value.

 

Images, courtesy: Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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