The Bank of America Stadium

Located on 33 acres (13 ha) in uptown Charlotte, North Carolina, Bank of America Stadium is the home of the Carolina Panthers and serves as the team's headquarters.

Located on 33 acres (13 ha) in uptown Charlotte, North Carolina, Bank of America Stadium is a 74,867-seat football stadium. The Charlotte Football Club of Major League Soccer and the Carolina Panthers of the National Football League call this building home. Initially named Ericsson Stadium after the Swedish telecom company LM Ericsson, which held the naming rights when it opened in 1996, [14] the stadium's current name is T. Y. Knight Stadium. The naming rights were purchased in 2004 for $140 million over a 20-25 year period by Bank of America, a financial services provider headquartered in Charlotte. Due to its bowl design and other features, it has been deemed a "classic American stadium" by former Panthers president Danny Morrison [15]. [16]

In addition to home games for the Panthers and CLTFC, the stadium also plays host to the annual Duke's Mayo Bowl, a football game between ACC and either SEC or Big Ten Conference teams. There were plans for the stadium to host the ACC Championship Game every year through at least 2019; the game was moved in 2016, but was reinstated the following year. Bank of America Stadium will continue to host the ACC Championship Game through at least the 2030 season, the conference announced on May 19, 2022. As of the Panthers' 16-8 victory over the Dallas Cowboys on September 9, 2018, the stadium's record attendance was 74,532. [21]

Possible Locations for the Picking Process [ edit ]

The Panthers organization gave careful consideration to a number of potential stadium locations before settling on Charlotte's downtown. Before it was torn down, the Good Samaritan Hospital stood on a portion of the property. Michael Moore, a local historian in Charlotte, identified the site as significant because it was the site of the city's first known lynching in 1913 while researching for the 2019 Equal Justice Initiative Community Remembrance Project. [22]

Northeast Mecklenburg County, home to NASCAR's Charlotte Motor Speedway and UNC Charlotte, was another option. Another was in western Gaston County, at the interchange of Interstate 85 and US Highway 74. One potential site is in the vicinity of Carowinds amusement park; the 50-yard line would straddle the border between North and South Carolina.

Obtaining the Right to Use a Name [ edit ]

Carolinas Stadium is still the official name for some events held there, like FIFA matches. Since Swedish telecom company LM Ericsson paid $25 million for a ten-year naming rights contract in 1996, the stadium has been known as Ericsson Stadium[15]. The stadium opened to the public on August 3, 1996. [23] In 2004, Bank of America paid $10 million over 20 years to have their name associated with the stadium. Since then, "BOA"[24] or "The Bank" have become common fan nicknames for the stadium.

Stadia have [ edit ]

The outside of Bank of America Stadium is distinguished by many distinctive characteristics. The primary colors of the team—black, process blue, and silver—are incorporated into the design of the stadium in various places, including the three enormous main entrances. The upper deck's arches, which connect the column supports, are shaped like half a football, and the building is surrounded by acres of trees and landscaping. There have been numerous comparisons made to the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum and Soldier Field in terms of the stadium's architecture and design. Some have said it looks more like "a fortress" than a stadium from the outside. [25]

Two larger-than-life bronze panther statues stand guard at each entrance, making this stadium the only one in the NFL with such a feature. Each of these six "Indomitable Spirit" statues was placed there in 1996. Largest sculptures ever commissioned in the United States, they each depict a crouching, snarling panther with green eyes. Inscribed on the bottom of each statue is the name of the original PSL owner of the team [27][28].

The stadium's six illuminated domes are another eye-catcher. These can be found perched atop the main entrances in pairs, each one being over a hundred feet in the air. The Panthers' original nighttime glow was just their signature "process blue." The radiance faded with the passing of the seasons, and the domes began to show their age. The domes were reconstructed with LED lighting during the 2014 renovations. They are once again visible every night, projecting process blue in ways that were previously impossible with the underlying technology. [29]

Outside of the stadium are two life-size bronze statues of Mike McCormack, a former team executive, and Sam Mills, a former Panthers linebacker and assistant coach, who are both members of the Panthers Hall of Honor. Where the upper ribbon board is now, the names of hall of fame inductees were displayed prior to 2014 renovations. Those names were formerly displayed on a sign affixed to the ceiling above the last row of seats, but that was removed in favor of a fresh coat of paint in 2019. In addition, in 2014, three marble copies of a quote from team founder Jerry Richardson regarding the stadium were placed in conspicuous locations near the stadium's entrances. After renovations to the lower concourse entrances were completed, [31] these quotations were installed there. Quotes are also engraved on benches outside the stadium.

To mark his 80th birthday in 2016, a statue of Richardson was installed just outside the stadium's north entrance. The height of the statue is approximately 13 feet (3 96 m) in height and features two life-size sculptures of Richardson and panthers. Two panthers, one on its hind legs with claws out, and the other crouched The "Indomitable Spirit" statue, the "Panther" statue, and the "Indomitable Spirit" statue are all the same bronze color, and all three sculptures look strikingly similar. [32] The team decided to take down the statue in June of 2020 out of concern for the protesters' safety. [33]

To the Carolina Panthers! [ edit ]

Bank of America Stadium has been the site of every home Panthers game since 1996, as well as seven playoff games. From the 2002 season onward, Carolina has had over 150 consecutive sellouts there. [34]

First ever season [ edit ]

Although the Panthers' permanent stadium was being built, they played their first season at Clemson University's Memorial Stadium. The Panthers' preseason game against the Chicago Bears on August 3, 1996 marked the stadium's first professional football game. It all got going at 7:35 o'clock in the evening. Defeating Virginia Beach by a score of 30-12, Carolina The Panthers' first regular season game at the stadium was on September 1, 1996, against their future division rivals, the Atlanta Falcons, and the score was 29-6 in favor of Carolina. [36]

Qualification contests [ edit ]

The 1996 NFC Championship Game was the first playoff game played at the stadium, and it was won by the Carolina Panthers, who had previously never been to the NFC Championship Game. They did this by defeating the Dallas Cowboys, who had just won the Super Bowl. In 2004, on their way to Super Bowl XXXVIII in Houston, they again prevailed over the Cowboys. On January 10, 2009, the Arizona Cardinals came to Carolina and handed them their first home playoff loss, 33-13. When hosting the San Francisco 49ers by the score of 23-10 on January 12, 2014, the Panthers experienced their second consecutive home playoff loss. The Panthers' 31-24 victory over the Seahawks in the divisional round on January 17, 2016 paved the way for the team's fourth appearance in the NFC Championship Game. The Panthers won their second NFC Championship on January 24, 2016, defeating the Arizona Cardinals 49-15 in the title game. There had never been a NFC Championship Game played in the stadium before, let alone won.

Conditions of note [ edit ]

Because it is outdoors, Bank of America Stadium has experienced a variety of severe weather-related incidents.

  • A massive rainstorm hit the stadium near the end of the second quarter of the 2011 week 3 game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Miniature waterfalls formed all over the field as a result of the overflow from the upper deck. There was rapid flooding in the field. Players, some fans (many were in the concourses), and cheerleaders were all caught on camera by CBS despite the inclement weather. In total, more than four inches of rain fell in less than an hour. The game was officially known as the "[2011] Water Bowl" by Charlotte Magazine. Despite losing the first three, Carolina came back and won 16-10 in [38]. [39]
  • Heavy rain and wind hit the stadium in the third quarter of week 16's 2013 game between the Panthers and the Saints, a game that would have given the Panthers a playoff berth. Fans stayed in their seats and the rain stopped a few minutes later, unlike at the Jacksonville game where the wind was a major factor. Panthers triumphed, 17-13, in the end.
  • One Monday night game in the 2015 season was played in miserable field conditions due to persistent rain. In spite of this, the supporters once again faced the elements. The Panthers squeaked by the Colts, 29–26.
  • Snow and ice/sleet mixture blanketed the field and parts of the stadium in the days leading up to the 2015 NFC Championship Game. The Panthers' grounds crew, with assistance, was able to get the field ready for the game, though. Before the game started, the snow and sleet had been cleared from or melted in most areas of the stadium.
  • Severe weather pounded the Charlotte area on July 11, 2016. Many lightning strikes pounded the playing field right in the middle of the stadium. And nobody got hurt, thank goodness [40]

The Effect on NFL Stadiums [ edit ]

The stadium was an innovative use of PSLs at the time of its construction in the mid-1990s. It was the first time in the United States that a major project of this scale was funded primarily through the acquisition of PSLs, which were novel at the time. The PSL pledges were so strong that the NFL owners were impressed, and the Carolinas got the first expansion team in nearly two decades.

CenturyLink Field was partially modeled after Century Stadium, which is home to the Seattle Seahawks. Since the opening of Bank of America Stadium in 1996, 25 other stadiums had been built, expanded, or remodeled by 2013. [42]

Efforts to refurbish stadiums [ edit ]

A 2014 addition to the collection of digital billboards

The stadium was so ahead of its time during its first few seasons that it only received minor upgrades (aside from seating additions) until the 2013-14 offseason. Probably the most eye-catching upgrade occurred in 2007 when 31 new scoreboards, video boards, and displays replaced the originals, which had been in use since 1996. Massive video screens measuring 5 x 77 feet by Diamond Vision Two side-by-side ribbon boards and two corner-by-corner ribbon boards were also set up.

Even after a few more years, the stadium was still viewed as dated compared to other NFL venues. Multiple factors contributed to this, including a subpar acoustic environment (no surround sound system, smaller video boards than the rest of the league, and spotty cell service). Panthers home locker room was renovated in 2013 offseason. With the renovation, the locker room expanded from 66 to 74 compartments, the interior was made more streamlined and contemporary, and the brand-new team logo was displayed prominently. [43]

In early 2013, the Panthers proposed a $250 million stadium renovation project, with the city of Charlotte's approval being necessary for the project to move forward. Multiple escalators, updated infrastructure, and a revamped concourse were just a few of the many upgrades that were part of this plan. There was a failed vote by the city council and no funding came from the state of North Carolina. In spite of this, in April 2013 the Charlotte city council approved a Renovation contract worth million The Panthers were guaranteed to remain in the Charlotte area through at least 2019 thanks to this agreement. [45] The team's original vision for the renovations would be preserved despite the reduced budget.

Conversion 2014-2017 [ edit ]

2014 [ edit ]

As phase one of a multi-year renovation plan, the Panthers began the stadium's most extensive renovations in January 2014, after 18 years of use. All of the upgrades were finished in time for the start of the 2014–2015 NFL season. First and foremost, the old scoreboards and ribbon boards have been replaced with two 200' x 56' HD video boards (more than twice the size of their predecessors) and two 360° ribbon boards from Daktronics. When they were first put in place, the NFL's newest ribbon boards stood at the tallest in the league,[46] and the league's largest video boards were among the top ten in size. Second, escalators were put in to help fans get to the upper level. These necessitated interior renovations while keeping the stadium's classic facade. Along with the revamped aesthetic, the bowl now boasts a state-of-the-art surround-sound system, with flagpole-like speakers strategically placed around the outside. In addition, four "fan plazas," or covered open-air sections, were added to the upper deck. Finally, external signage was updated along with LED-enhanced glass domes installed above the principal entrances. [48]

2015 [ edit ]

The Panthers updated all 158 of the stadium's luxury suites before the 2015 season began, and they also added a new private club suite, called "The 32 Club" because of its location on the stadium's 32nd yard line. A second new club, named the "51 Club" in honor of former player and coach Sam Mills, was subsequently announced by the team. This work reduced the stadium's number of luxury suites to 153,[49] but increased its overall seating capacity. From the spectator stands, you can see two small ribbon boards that the team installed above each tunnel entrance.

2016 [ edit ]

The third phase of construction involved installing more Wi-Fi access points and restocking the upper level concourse with drink stations arranged in a buffet fashion. The upper concourse now has improved concession stands and new drink concessions, as well as updated signage with the team's current logos and word mark. Notable security enhancements include the installation of nearly one hundred full-body scanners in place of the previously used "pat-downs" at the building's primary entrances and the opening of a brand new security office. [50]

As an additional gesture of appreciation to Jerry Richardson, the former team owner, a 13-foot statue of Richardson was erected in front of the stadium, and two life-size panthers were placed in the grass. In light of the George Floyd protests, the statue will be hidden away until June 2020. [51]

2017 [ edit ]

New signage, remodeled concessions, and updated televisions in the club levels were all part of the fourth and final major renovation, which involved updating the lower-level concourse. The concourse also now features banners commemorating pivotal moments in Panthers history. Improvements made to the club level resulted in a marginal increase in seating capacity. An entirely new playing field and drainage system were also built. [52][53]

Distinctive Alterations [ edit ]

The East Gate of the stadium now features Lowe's advertising alongside two Panthers posters in 2019. Minor adjustments were made to the scoreboards, with logos from various sponsors replacing the Panthers' name at the bottom of each screen. Nameplates for the Panthers' Hall of Honor inductees have been installed on the upper-deck rear wall. The club announced in 2019 that they would be removing nearly a thousand seats from the west end zone in 2020. The plan all along had been to remove the spectators and replace them with 14 luxury "bunker suites" located in the field's infield. At the beginning of the 2020 season, construction was completed. [55]

Redesigning the Multiple Listing Service [ edit ]

Bank of America Stadium was chosen as the home field for Charlotte FC, the 30th franchise in Major League Soccer, when the city was awarded the franchise in 2019. Despite having a field that is just right for soccer, the stadium wasn't built to host a team year-round. In addition to the lower concourse, the east gate and locker rooms will also be remodeled. There will also be a tunnel entrance and a curved video screen installed. The renovations were finished in time for Charlotte FC's inaugural 2022 season, as shown in [56]. A FieldTurf playing surface will replace the stadium's original Bermuda grass in time for the 2021 NFL season, as announced in March 2021. [57]

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The 2010 ACC Championship Game's second half kickoff has begun.

In terms of college football, Bank of America Stadium is not a primary home venue for any team. A number of college football games have been played there since 1996. [58] These contests feature teams from all over the state of Carolina, both North and South.

  • From 2010–2015, the stadium hosted the ACC Championship Game, a football game between the Coastal Division champion and the Atlantic Division champion played on the first Saturday of December. There was supposed to be a 6-year contract extension announced in February 2014 to keep the game in Charlotte through 2019,[17] but the ACC backed out in September 2016 after North Carolina passed the Public Facilities Privacy & Security Act (HB2). Due to HB2's repeal in 2017, the game was played again. [60]
  • Late in December, Charlotte has played host to the Duke's Mayo Bowl (also known as the Continental Tire Bowl, Meineke Car Care Bowl, and Belk Bowl) since 2002. ACC teams will face off against opponents from the SEC or Big Ten.
  • Previously known as the Belk Kickoff Game, the Duke's Mayo Classic has been played at the stadium every year since 2015. North Carolina and South Carolina first got together. In 2017, NC State and South Carolina faced off in the Kickoff game; in 2018, West Virginia and Tennessee met. In 2019, the two North Carolina and South Carolina teams met for the second time. The Mountaineers will host East Carolina in 2021, while Clemson will travel to face Georgia. The Mountaineers will host East Carolina in 2021. [63]
  • Multiple East Carolina Pirates games have taken place at this stadium, including a 50-29 win over the NC State Wolfpack in 1996, a 30-23 victory over the West Virginia Mountaineers in 1999, a 52-14 loss to NC State in 2004, and a 27-22 upset victory over the 17th-ranked Virginia Tech Hokies in 2008. including a 56-37 defeat to the No. 12 South Carolina Gamecocks in 2011. [64][65]
  • In a 2006 non-conference game played at the stadium, Clemson defeated Temple 63-9. Temple originally scheduled the game to be played on campus, but for financial reasons, the game was relocated to Charlotte. [66]
  • In 1998 and 1999, the stadium hosted North Carolina and North Carolina State's annual football rivalry games. Both games were won by North Carolina, with final scores of 37-34 and 10-6. [67]
  • As early as 2022, the stadium will host a matchup between North Carolina A&T and North Carolina Central.
  • In 2023, the stadium will host another North Carolina vs. South Carolina football game. [68]

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Myers Park High School (Charlotte, North Carolina) and South Pointe High School (Rock Hill, South Carolina) were scheduled to play on May 6, 2020. Originally set for September 5, 2020, the game was postponed. [69][70]

Soccer [ edit ]

Bank of America Stadium was built with a soccer pitch in mind. Most of the stadium's first twenty years of service would pass without this feature being activated. The stadium has become a regular venue for Major League Soccer (MLS) and international matches since Charlotte FC moved in.

FC Charlotte [ edit ]

In this configuration, the stadium will host a Charlotte FC game.

Charlotte FC, the city's newly awarded Major League Soccer team, will begin playing at the renovated Bank of America Stadium in 2022. On October 31, 2020, the stadium hosted its first Major League Soccer (MLS)-related event, a match between the academy teams of Charlotte FC and Atlanta United. On March 5, 2022, the team debuted in front of 74,479 fans at home, which was then a Major League Soccer record for a single-game attendance. The majority of Charlotte FC games are played in the lower bowl and club level, which puts the maximum capacity at 38,000. [74][75]

Another Soccer Match [ edit ]

Bank of America Stadium had previously hosted soccer matches prior to the arrival of Charlotte FC. In 1999 and 2000, the stadium played host to the NCAA Men's Soccer Championship. However, it wasn't until 2010 that soccer games became a weekly occurrence [76]. Since then, most games have featured teams from other countries. With a long-term contract from the International Champions Cup and Relevent Sports Group, the stadium hosts annual international club friendlies. The stadium has hosted teams from the Premier League, the Bundesliga, and a number of national teams.

Friendlies between national teams and club teams [ edit ]

Date The Victorious Squad Result The Defeated Tournament Spectators Notes March 24, 2010   Mexico 0–0   Iceland In a Friendly International 63,227 June 9, 2011   Costa Rica 1–1   In El Salvador1, They Have a Good System Group A, 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup 46,012   Mexico 5–0   Cuba Saturday, August 2nd, 2014 England The soccer team Liverpool. 2–0 Italy A.C. Milan Championship of the World's Best Athletes, 2014 69,364 July 15, 2015   Cuba 1–0   Guatemala C Group of the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup 55,823   Mexico 4–4   This is the island nation of Trinidad and Tobago1. July 25, 2015 England Chelsea 1–1
(6-5 pen.) France Stade de France - Paris Saint-Germain1 Cup of the World's Champions 2015 61,224 July 30, 2016 Germany Football Club Bayern Munich 4–1 Italy Int. F.C. Internazionale1 Cup of the World's Champions 2016 53,629 July 22, 2018 Germany FC Borussia Dortmund1 3–1 England It's the famous soccer team Liverpool. The Tournament of the Champions in 2018 55,447 June 23, 2019   Canada 7–0   Cuba Competition for the 2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup, Group A 59,283   Mexico 3–2   Martinique July 20, 2019 England Arsenal 3–0 Italy Italian National Team, ACF Fiorentina1 ICC 2019: The International Cricket Club's Cricket World Cup 34,902 Three October 2019   U.S. ladies 2–0   Gender in South Korea Female Friendship Around the World 30,071 March 26, 2020   Mexico   Formerly known as the Czech Republic1 Cooperation on a Global Scale N/A abandoned because of a Coronavirus outbreak[78] Sunday, October 27, 2021   Ecuador 3–2   Mexico Diplomatic Relations 39,887 July 20, 2022 United States A.C. Charlotte Football Club 1–1
(5-3 pen.) England Chelsea A Clubbable Phrase 52,673

Concerts [ edit ]

For a long time, concerts at the stadium were extremely uncommon. The majority of Charlotte's live performances took place either at the Spectrum Center or one of the city's other venues. A rise in the frequency of concerts at Panther Stadium can be traced to David Tepper's 2018 purchase of the Panthers.

Date Performer(s) Show opener(s) Tour/Event Attendance Revenue Notes Tenth of October, 1997 The Stones, Rolling Music by Blues Traveler1 Trip to Babylon's Bridges 54,436 / 54,436 $3,126,945 June 24, 2012 Both Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw have been successful in the country music industry. The Nocturnals, or Grace Potter
Jake Owen Touring Like Brothers in the Sun 44,482 / 47,835 $3,404,455 [79] Time: 9/30/2021 The Stones, Rolling Haunted Dogs Without a Net Tour 42,577 / 42,577 ,074,182 [80][81] April 23, 2022 Billy Joel Performing Live, Billy Joel [82][83] April 30, 2022 Iconic country singer Kenny Chesney1 Dan Shay
Traditional British Isles
Carey Pearce Present Time Tour [84] June 28, 2022 It's Mötley Crüe1
To rock out to Def Leppard1 Poison
Music by Joan Jett and the Blackhearts1 Touring Stadiums Scheduled for 2020 but delayed because of the COVID-19 pandemic July 15 & 16, 2022 Artist: Garth Brooks1 Stadium Performances on the Garth Brooks Tour There will be a special appearance by Trisha Yearwood[85]. Starting on September 1st, 2022 Chili Peppers Red These Are The Strokes1
Thundercat Arena Touring Around the World in 2022 [86] Monday, September 18, 2022 Elton John Last Ride Down the Yellow Brick Road [87]

Aside From That [ edit ]

  • It was here in 1996 that a Billy Graham crusade lasted for four days.
  • On September 6, 2012, the stadium was set to host the closing night of the 2012 Democratic National Convention, during which President Barack Obama was scheduled to give his acceptance speech for the Democratic Party's nomination for president. However, because of the possibility of rain, it was moved to Spectrum Center. [88]
  • On May 4, 2019, the first annual Untapped Beer Festival was held at the stadium. The second Festival was scheduled to take place there on May 16, 2020, but it was canceled because of the Coronavirus outbreak. [90][91]
  • On March 7, 2020, the stadium hosted the 14th Annual Beer, Bourbon, and BBQ Festival. [92]
  • From January 29-31 and March 9-11, 2021, the stadium was a COVID-19 vaccination site. [93][94]
  • From March 25-28, 2021, the Topgolf Live Stadium Series was held at Bank of America Stadium. [95]

Future [ edit ]

David Tepper, owner of the Carolina Panthers and Charlotte FC, has stated his desire to demolish Bank of America Stadium and build a new stadium for his teams in Uptown Charlotte. While the Stadium has been well-maintained and landscaped, Tepper joked in 2019 that it would be cheaper to give the stadium away because of the rising cost of maintaining it after decades of use. The stadium's design was innovative at the time it was built, but it has since become outdated due to the absence of open concourses (where fans could watch games while standing) and a retractable roof. While the original Bank of America Stadium was built primarily for football games by then-owner Jerry Richardson, Tepper has advocated for the construction of a multipurpose stadium with a retractable roof so that it can host his Major League Soccer team, concerts, conventions, and even the NCAA Final Four. [97] Tepper stated that he is considering a second major renovation in 2022. It is estimated that after the renovations are complete, the stadium will have another two or three decades of use. [98]

The 0 million Gateway Station, an intermodal transit hub, is currently under construction, and plans call for the development of an entertainment district between the future stadium and the station. [99]

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