Bank of America Stadium
The stadium offers more than 75,000 seats over four levels, including club level and luxury suites. The interior features wide and tall concourses and numerous features designed to enhance the fan experience, such as state-of-the-art sound, video, and scoreboard systems. In addition to the playing field, the stadium is also home to the Carolina Panthers’ headquarters, training facilities, practice fields, and administrative offices. It also hosts Major League Soccer games.
The best way to experience the stadium is at a game or a concert. Tours of the stadium are also offered several times a week, on a walk-up basis. Several Charlotte sightseeing tours also pass by the stadium.
Things to know before you go
- Outside food and drinks are not permitted, aside from two sealed water bottles per person.
- Only very small purses and clutches, and small clear bags, are permitted inside the stadium.
- Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the stadium.
- The stadium offers wheelchair accessible seating and services.
How to get there
The stadium is bordered by Interstate 277, and Mint, Graham, and Morehead streets. There is on-site parking and parking lots around the stadium. Taxis and rideshares pick up from designated areas near the stadium. The LYNX Blue Line also has stops at nearby Carson, Stonewall, and Convention Center stations.
When to get there
The Carolina Panthers season typically runs from September to December. Stadium tours are available most Wednesdays and Fridays. The stadium is also used for other events throughout the year. Check the schedule and book tickets in advance to avoid disappointment, particularly for popular events.
Sports Stadiums and Arenas in Charlotte
Sports fans have plenty of venues to watch their favorite teams and sporting events in and around Charlotte. Baseball fans can catch the Charlotte Knights at the BB&T Ballpark; basketball fans can watch Charlotte Hornets games at the Spectrum; while hockey fans can cheer on the Charlotte Checkers at the Bojangles Coliseum. NASCAR fans have the Charlotte Motor Speedway nearby, in addition to the NASCAR Hall of Fame right in town.
- Levine Center for the Arts
- Bechtler Museum of Modern Art
- Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts & Culture
- The Green
- Old Settlers’ Cemetery
- Carolinas Aviation Museum
- Discovery Place Science
- Discovery Place Nature (Charlotte Nature Museum)
- Fourth Ward
- Freedom Park
- Mint Museum of Art
- Wing Haven Garden and Bird Sanctuary
- Historic Rosedale Plantation
- Independence Square
- UNC Charlotte Botanical Gardens