Tampa Bay Buccaneers reveal new hospitality and catering experiences at Raymond James Stadium


Reigning Superbowl champions, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have unveiled new offerings that will be available for patrons at Raymond James Stadium this season, including a selection of new food and beverage options and the team’s new Champions Lounge. The team’s new concessions feature offerings from Aussie Grill, Coppertail Brewing, Little Caesars, Vizzy and Winghouse.

“We are committed to continually improving the fan gameday experience and our focus this season has been to partner with food and beverage brands that our fans know and love,” said Buccaneers chief operating officer Brian Ford. “As we welcome our fans back to a full Raymond James Stadium this season, we are excited to also showcase a variety of new upgrades and enhancements that will add to the enjoyment of the in-game viewing experience.”

Aussie Grill will provide fans fast-casual dining with the concession will be located on the main concourse level at Fifth Third Bank Gate (formerly Gate D).

For fans looking to enjoy pizza on gamedays, there will be four new concessions stands for Little Caesars – two on the main concourse and one each on the east and west sides of the 300 level. This marks the first time that a branded pizza has been offered at Raymond James Stadium.

Winghouse will have three concession stands and two portable locations located at Raymond James Stadium. There will be one concession stand on the main concourse level and two on the 300 level. The two portables will be located on either side of the 100 level.

Coppertail Brewing will have the Coppertail Bar in the east main concourse level and Coppertail products will be sold throughout the stadium. An independently owned brewery located in Ybor, Coppertail opened in the summer of 2014 and are known for brewing Free Dive, Unholy and Florida Special. With the start of the season, Coppertail will launch a commemorative Buccaneers Creamsicle-themed can of Florida Special for fans to purchase.

In addition to the new food and beverage options, the Buccaneers also announced a number of new stadium upgrades and enhancements that will improve the gameday experience.

This season, Fifth Third Bank was named the Official Bank of the Buccaneers. This partnership includes the Fifth Third Bank Gate and the Fifth Third Bank Lounge, which provides an exclusive pregame experience, and will offer guests an area to view players before they head out to the field.

Additionally, the Buccaneers revealed a first look at the brand-new Champions Lounge. An air-conditioned lounge inside the East Stadium Club, the Champions Lounge will offer patrons all-inclusive food and beverage, including a premium bar and craft cocktail station.

Another upgrade can be found in the Miller Lite Fan Deck, which has been fully outfitted with Coldr Cup Holders, using solid-state thermoelectric technology to manage temperature. The cup holders adjust automatically to fit a variety of can sizes, bottle sizes & profiles as well as plastic stadium cups. Guests have control over how cold they want their beverage – refreshingly cool or icy cold.

Last season, Verizon invested over $80 million for permanent network enhancements to its network to support Super Bowl LV at Raymond James Stadium. The stadium and the surrounding areas received substantial 5G enhancements, including 70 miles of high-speed fiber, an upgraded distributed antenna system (DAS), and 281 small cell antennas that will provide coverage at events in and around the stadium as well as Downtown Tampa, Ybor City and the Tampa Riverwalk. Verizon is offering fans a unique, in-stadium-only experience with Verizon 5G Multi-View, available in the Buccaneers mobile app. The technology will allow fans to see the action happening live from seven different camera angles simultaneously. Fans can also project augmented reality (AR) overlays of the NFL’s Next Gen Stats for players in near real-time.

(courtesy of buccaneers.com)

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