Due to high demand, the Carolina Panthers are adding another club area as part of the current renovations at Bank of America Stadium. Originally, only one private membership club, dubbed The 32 Club, was to be built on the 400 level. Now construction of a second private club, which will mirror The 32 Club, has been announced. The additional area will be known as The 51 Club.
One-time membership fees, similar to a personal seat license, will generate $1.4 million for the Panthers. Tickets in each of the two clubs will cost $650 per game for the team's ten home games. F&B and parking are included.
The 32 Club is named for the 32 NFL teams and the club’s 32-yardline location. The 51 Club is named in honor of the jersey number worn by former Panthers linebacker Sam Mills and by team owner Jerry Richardson when he played for Wofford College.
The two clubs are designed by Wagner Murray Architects and being constructed by Rodgers Builders.
- Carolina Panthers
- National Football League
- Bank of America Stadium
- Wagner Murray Architects
- Rodgers Builders