Tampa Bay Buccaneers announce latest redevelopments at Raymond James Stadium

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The NFL’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers have announced details of the fourth phase of the US$160m renovation of Raymond James Stadium in Florida, featuring a redesign of the East Stadium Club and Atrium.

The new East Stadium Club will include new bars at both ends of the club lounge, while large video displays, 162 TVs, and a state-of-the-art audio system will ensure fans do not miss a moment of the action.

“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,” Buccaneers chief operating officer Brian Ford said in an official club statement.

“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 game-day experience to fans in the East Stadium Club.”

East Club members will also be able to view the games from the vantage point of new seating, and will be able to benefit from services such as early stadium entry, new concessions, discounted food pricing, and autograph opportunities.

East Club patrons will be able to enjoy this year exclusive access to a brand-new 8,000ft² premium sports bar in the East Atrium with a wide variety of culinary stations and beers on tap as well as 58 TVs and three distinct 15 x 9ft video boards.

March 16, 2018

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