Raymond James Stadium

Located on the east side suite level of Raymond James Stadium, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have created two new, first-class, and all-inclusive spaces. The Mercedes-Benz Hall of Fame Club is designed to accommodate 224 people and provide a 180-degree panoramic viewing experience for any Buccaneers fan. The Mercedes-Benz Hall of Fame Club boasts 9,500 square feet of space, ensuring a spacious and enjoyable experience.

After a successful sales campaign in 2016, each Hall of Fame Club Membership was sold out prior the start of the 2016 season, and the decision was made to expand the North Hall of Fame Club in 2017. The North Hall of Fame Club expansion will add 98 additional seats for a total capacity of 322, while adding an additional 3,750 square feet of space starting with the 2017 season.

Some benefits of Hall of Fame Club membership include fully air-conditioned clubs featuring indoor seating, open-air viewing creating the most immersive experience at Raymond James Stadium, high- and low-top tables throughout for dining, drinks, and celebrating with fellow Buccaneers fans, high-definition TVs featuring NFL Sunday Ticket, and more.

The Hall of Fame Club includes food and non-alcoholic beverage service during the event with beer, wine, and liquor available for purchase. Along with all Tampa Bay Buccaneers games played at Raymond James Stadium, Hall of Fame Club Members also receive tickets to their assigned seats for nearly every event held inside Raymond James Stadium, including USF home football games, Monster Jam, concerts, the Outback Bowl, and the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup.

Hall of Fame Club Members receive full Stadium Club benefits beyond their gameday experience, including VIP access to Buccaneers events year-round, such as the Draft Party and Training Camp, and other exclusive events at One Buc Place, such as behind-the-scenes tours and members-only minicamp practices.


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