The Tampa Bay Buccaneers joined the NFL in as an expansion team in 1976. After one season in the AFC West, the Bucs switched to the NFC, and due to realignments, bounced around until they found a home in the NFC South where they are a perennial contender. The Bucs’ early seasons saw some good and some terrible times, winning the division three times but wearing what (objectively) may be the ugliest uniform in league history. After a stint in the cellar, the Buccaneers came to life in the early 2000s, and with the unbeatable defense lead by John Lynch, took home a Super Bowl in 2002. Today, the Bucs are as dangerous as ever and ready for another championship. The NFL is filled with plenty of stories.
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Raymond James Stadium debuted in 1998 with some unique features playing to the Buccaneers pirate theme. The stadium holds just short of 67,000 fans, and it gets loud with a sold-out crowd. One of the most recognizable features of the stadium is a hundred-foot pirate ship in the north end zone. The ship goes on display every time the team wins a game or scores a touchdown when replica cannons fire once for every point scored. As an added effect, each time the Bucs are in the opponent’s red zone, the ship raises the team flag like an invasion.
Cheap Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets usually are best found in the upper deck. Unsurprisingly, the closer to the action, the more expensive the tickets become. We recommend checking sections 332-334 putting you in the end zone corner. They’re some of the cheapest sections without sacrificing a great view while being right next to the pirate ship!