3-7-1, 3rd in NFC South
In 1995, the expansion Carolina Panthers had to play their home games in Clemson, S.C. as they waited for their new home in uptown Charlotte to be completed.
Bank of America Stadium, known then as Ericsson Stadium, was privately financed at $187 million and one of the first professional franchises to use Personal Seat Licenses (PSLs). Opened in 1996, the Panthers reached the NFC title game in their inaugural season. In 2003, the Panthers represented the NFC in Super Bowl XXXVIII.
The stadium features 11,209 club level seats and 158 luxury suites.
-- Information from the Carolina Panthers media guide was used in this overview
Chilren age 1 year (12 months) and up must have a ticket.
No coolers, umbrellas, videocameras, food, backpacks, baby strollers or dufflebags are permitted inside the stadium.
800 S. Mint St.
Charlotte, NC 28202
I-85 from the south: Look for signs to exit at either Billy Graham Parkway, Freedom Drive, Brookshire Freeway (I-277 East) or I-77 South.
I-85 from the north: Look for signs to exit at either Sugar Creek Road, Graham Street, Statesville Avenue or I-77 South.
I-77 from the south: Look for signs to exit at either John Belk Freeway (I-277) or Trade Street.
I-77 from the north: Look for signs to exit at either Brookshire Freeway (I-277 East), Fifth Street, Trade Street, Morehead Street or John Belk Freeway (I-277).
Wilkinson Boulevard (U.S. 74) from the west: Follow signs for John Belk Freeway (I-277) and exit at either Carson Boulevard, College Street, South Boulevard or Brevard Street.
For additional details on getting there, consult the Panthers team website.
Public and private parking are available throughout the uptown Charlotte area. Rates vary according to proximity to the stadium. The Panthers website has additional parking details.
The LYNX Blue Line light-rail service is available. Check the website for details.