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The news made headlines in North and South Carolina when it was announced in 1993 that the Carolina Panthers were chosen to be the 29th NFL franchise in the nation. Football fans all across the Carolinas rejoiced. There were celebrations and fireworks, the states of North and South Carolina now shared their love of a single football team, and the Carolina Panthers football tickets were the hottest tickets in town.
With this announcement, Carolina Panthers owner and founder Jerry Richardson, a former NFL player, became only the 2nd former player to ever own an NFL team. George Halas of the Chicago Bears was the 1st and only other player to do so. The first thing to be decided was where the Carolina Panthers stadium would be built. Cities all around the Carolinas were vying for the honor of being home to the new NFL team and waiting anxiously to see who would have the privilege of selling Carolina Panthers tickets to fans for home games. Locations in North and South Carolina were considered and in December 1989, the uptown area of Charlotte, NC was chosen as the home of the Carolina Panthers.
Many years later, the Panthers are still a fan favorite of the home town crowd and having a chance to buy Carolina Panthers tickets to spend the day at a game is a huge thrill for folks of all ages. The Panthers are members of the South Division of the National Football Conference (NFC) in the NFL and play at the Bank of America stadium right smack dab in the middle of the two Carolinas in Charlotte, NC. Since joining their first league game in 1995, the Carolina Panthers have a decent game record and even played in Super Bowl XXXVIII in 2004 against the New England Patriots in Houston, TX. It was the Carolina Panthers first Super Bowl appearance after an 11-5 regular season game record, and the New England Patriots were there hoping for their 2nd Super Bowl title in three years with a 14-2 regular season game record. Although it was an exciting and close game, even setting a Super Bowl record for a scoreless game for the first 26:55, the Panthers lost to the Patriots with a score of 29 to 32.
The home of the Panthers is the Bank of America Stadium, formerly known as Carolinas Stadium and also Ericsson Stadium, and is located on 33 acres in Charlotte, NC. The state of the art stadium has more than 70,000 seats, so there plenty of Carolina Panthers tickets for any fan who wants to go to a game! Bank of America Stadium is also home to the collegiate games of the Meineke Car Care Bowl each year, which presents another opportunity for fans to buy bowl game, as well as cheap Carolina Panthers tickets. Buy Carolina Panthers tickets here.
You can get Panthers tickets and experience a live NFL game for yourself! Hear the roar of the crowd as Carolina scores the winning touchdown for a win and join in on the excitement of a primetime televised Sunday Night Football game under the lights. Tickets always sell out fast to these popular games, so you have to act fast to be a part of the action. Get your cheap Carolina Panthers tickets here to be a part of The Carolina Panthers football excitement in Charlotte, NC.