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Facility is part of Jaguars' US$441m development project around TIAA Bank Field · City Council to pay US$60m of centre's cost · Franchise aims to. TIAA Bank Field. Home of the NFL Jacksonville Jaguars, EverBank Field is adjacent to the St. Johns River in the heart of downtown Jacksonville. Stadium guide for TIAA Bank Field: History, information, pictures, directions and merchandise of the Jacksonville Jaguars stadium.

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TIAA Bank Field Seating Chart, Jacksonville Jaguars.

TIAA Bank Field has been through more name changes than Jacksonville Jaguars fans care to remember. Nevertheless, both the franchise and the stadium have experienced a lot of positive changes since owner Shahid Khan purchased the Jaguars in 2012. TIAA Bank Field has been modernized via a series of renovations, and the stadium consistently offers one of the most affordable NFL experiences in the league. Our staff wanted to provide a thorough breakdown of the TIAA Bank Field seating chart to help football fans decide where to sit before purchasing their Jacksonville Jaguars tickets.

Where To Sit At TIAA Bank Field

The TIAA Bank Field seating chart is complex. The bulk of the stadium’s premium seating options are located in the end zones, and at midfield. With no second level, the upper level at TIAA Bank Field offers excellent sight lines compared to other NFL stadiums. Let’s begin by discussing the lower level seats.

Lower Level

Photo taken from the lower level seats at TIAA Bank Field during a Jacksonville Jaguars home game.

Image Credit: Joe Shlabotnik (CC BY 2.0)

The lower level seats at TIAA Bank Field consist of sections 101 through 150, as well as the East Club seats (sections 34 through 39), and the West Club seats (sections 7 through 12).

The Jacksonville Jaguars’ sideline is located in front of sections 7 through 12. The visiting team’s sideline is located in front of sections 34 through 39. The Jacksonville Jaguars' tunnel is located near sections 7 and 8. The visiting team's tunnel at TIAA Bank Field is located near sections 11 and 12.

Upper Level

Photo taken from the upper level seats at TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville, Florida.

Image Credit: Andrew Whitaker (CC BY 2.0)

The upper level seats at TIAA Bank Field consist of sections 403 through 416, and 430 through 443. The rows in the upper level sections are lettered from A to Z, followed by rows AA through HH.

TIAA Bank Field’s upper level offers the most affordable tickets for Jacksonville Jaguars home games.

North End Zone

Axalta Spa Cabanas

TIAA Bank Field offers 8 Axalta Spa Cabanas for guests. The Axalta Spa Cabanas provide guests with access to the north end zone swimming pools, flat-screen HD televisions, and comfortable sofa seating.

NEZ Bar Rail Seating

The NEZ Bar Rail seats are located in the north end zone of TIAA Bank Field, and provide guests with all-inclusive food and soft drinks.

Terrace Cabanas

The Terrace Cabanas are located on the Sky Patio in TIAA Bank Field’s south end zone, and can be rented by private groups before Jaguars home games. The Terrace Cabanas provide guests with flat-screen HD televisions, access to sofas and a lounge area, creating a one of a kind party atmosphere. After kickoff, the Terrace Cabana area opens to all ticket holders.

South End Zone

South End Zone Loge Box

The Loge Box seats are semi-private boxes for six fans, and are located in the south end zone adjacent to the Bud Light (Fri)end Zone. The Loge Box seats feature comfortable cushioned seats, all-inclusive food and soft drinks, a refrigerator, personal televisions, and access to the Bud Light (Fri)end Zone.

Bud Light (Fri)end Zone

The Bud Light (Fri)end Zone is located in the south end zone of TIAA Bank Field, is open to all ticket holders, and opens two hours before kickoff.

Field VIP Club

The Field VIP Club seats are located in the south end zone of TIAA Bank Field. Fans with Field VIP Club tickets will receive access to the field prior to kickoff, all-inclusive food and soft drinks, access to a private field level bar, as well as comfortable seating with additional leg room.

Club Seats

Photo taken from the club seats at TIAA Bank Field during a Jacksonville Jaguars home game.

Image Credit: Excel23 - Wikimedia Commons (CC BY-SA 3.0)

The club seats at TIAA Bank Field are located on both the East and West sides of the stadium. The East Club seats consist of the following sections.

  • 34 through 39
  • 134 through 139
  • 234 through 239

The West Club seats consist of the following sections.

  • 7 through 12
  • 107 through 112
  • 207 through 212

The number of rows for the club sections will vary, but will always begin with row A, and go no higher than row S. The East and West Clubs also offer an array of different seating options including the club tables, club bar rail seats, and VIP club seats. Club seat ticket holders will have access to a climate-controlled lounge, access to a variety of different seating options, comfortable padded seats, and less wait at restrooms and concessions.

Tickets holders for the East and West Clubs will also have access to the TIAA Bank Lounge which features a large video wall of televisions that carry other NFL games.

Club Tables

TIAA Bank Field’s club tables are located on the patios of the East and West clubs, and provide guests with the following perks.

  • All-inclusive snacks, soft drinks, beer, and wine
  • Tickets loaded with credit for concessions, beer, and wine

Club Bar Rail Seats

The club bar rail seats are located behind the club tables on the East and West Club patios. Guests with access to the club bar rail seats will be provided with loaded credit on their tickets for concession items, beer, and wine. 

Bar Rail Seating

Bar rail seating is located in various areas throughout TIAA Bank Field including the north end zone, East & West Club patios, and Bud Light (Fri)end Zone in the south end zone.

Dick’s Wings Rally Zone

The Dick’s Wings Rally Zone is open to all ticket holders, and is located in TIAA Bank Field’s north end zone. Within the Dick’s Wings Rally Zone, guests will find a variety of premium seating options including the Terrace Cabanas, Axalta Spa Cabanas, and bar rail seating. The area opens two hours before kickoff, and is accessible via gates 2 and 3.

Family Zone

The Family Zone can be found in section 227, and does not allow alcohol consumption of cursing. Football fans that do not follow these rules inside the Family Zone will be removed from TIAA Bank Field.

Sky Patio

The Sky Patio is located on the south end of TIAA Bank Field above the Fields Auto Group Terrace Suites, and Bud Light (Fri)end Zone. The Sky Patio is also home to the Terrace Cabanas, as well as Pet Paradise Park (a dog park within the stadium).

Executive Suites

TIAA Bank Field’s Executive Suites are located on both the east and west sides of the stadium. The perks for the Executive Suites at TIAA Bank Field include the following.

  • Access to a furnished suite equipped with flat-screen HD televisions
  • Catered food and beverage packages
  • Access to the Bud Light (Fri)end Zone, and US Assure Club
  • Tickets for between 12 and 20 guests
  • Assigned suite attendant

To learn more about leasing a suite at TIAA Bank Field, please visit Jaguars.com. 

Fields Auto Group Terrace Suite

The Fields Auto Group Terrace Suites are located in sections 1 through 8 in the south end zone. The perks for the Fields Auto Group Terrace Suite at TIAA Bank Field include the following.

  • All-inclusive food and soft drinks
  • Access to a climate-controlled club equipped with upscale furniture, private restrooms, private bars, and flat-screen HD televisions
  • Less wait at restrooms and concessions
  • Comfortable seating with additional leg room

Mobile Ticketing

To learn more about the mobile ticketing policies at TIAA Bank Field, please visit Jaguars.com.

Season Tickets

To learn more about becoming a season ticket holder for the Jacksonville Jaguars, please visit Jaguars.com.

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Section 109 at TIAA Bank Field

TIAA Bank Field Section 109 View

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Section 109 Seating Notes

  • These seats are located behind the Jaguars sideline
  • Recommended seating for great views of the field
  • Desirable view from near midfield
  • Premium seating area as part of the East and West Club

Row Numbers

  • Rows in Section 109 are labeled A-P, BR
  • There is rail seating behind Row P
  • An entrance to this section is located at Row BR
  • When looking towards the field, lower number seats are on the right

Interactive Seating Chart

Section 109 Reviews

  • East and West Club

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    The newly-renovated East and West Club Seats offer one of the finest experiences at a Jaguars game. All club ticketholders will enjoy a prime view of the game from between the 25 yardlines and have access to one of two distinct club lounges serving upscale food and beverages. These seats are occasionally referred to as Assure Club Seats. East Club Seats  On the visitor side of the field are the Club East seats. This club lounge on this side of the field promises a more relaxed and contemporary experience than the lounge on the west side. The reception area offers plenty of table and bar seating, full-service bars and even walkout patios that provide fans with a view of the game. West Club Seats  Like the East Club seats, the West seats offer unique walkout patios and a climate-controlled indoor space to grab a drink, meet with your guests and catch replays. While the East Club lounge will be more modern, the West lounge will be more traditional and has been described as more country club-like. Amenities in Both Clubs  In addition to stadium-style seating in numbered club seats, the club offers seats set up to a table or drink rail. Rail seats include a bar-style chair set up against a small ledge, while table seats include four movable chairs at a half-table. All fans with a rail or table ticket also have access to the club lounges and outdoor terrace. Whatever your preference, the new club seats promise an experience unlike any other Jaguars fans have ever seen. 

  • Recommended For Great Views of the Field

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    Best elevated views of the field from between the 25 yardlines. Club seat benefits allow you to watch the game from a few different perspectives. Some of the closest seats to the field

  • "Good seats "

    (Section 111) - ★★★★ -

    The seats were comfortable because they were thick cushioned. Rows KK and LL are in an area that during Jaguar games has permanent, albeit temporary for football season, metal/aluminum bars stools and tables set up. The only negative was that we were too far left of the stage and were unable to se...

Seating & Ticket Questions

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  • In sections 7-12 at TIAA Bank Field are rows 10-15 better than 1-5?

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Event Schedule

  • Jaguars
  • Other Football
  • Other
  • Houston Texans at Jacksonville Jaguars

    TIAA Bank Field - Jacksonville, FL

    Sunday, December 19 at 1:00 PM

  • TaxSlayer Gator Bowl

    TIAA Bank Field - Jacksonville, FL

    Friday, December 31 at 11:00 AM

  • Indianapolis Colts at Jacksonville Jaguars

    TIAA Bank Field - Jacksonville, FL

    Sunday, January 9 at 1:00 PM

  • Monster Jam

    TIAA Bank Field - Jacksonville, FL

    Saturday, March 19 at 7:00 PM

  • Motley Crue and Def Leppard with Poison

    TIAA Bank Field - Jacksonville, FL

    Saturday, July 2 at 4:30 PM

  • Florida Gators vs Georgia Bulldogs

    TIAA Bank Field - Jacksonville, FL

    Saturday, October 29 at Time TBA

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  • Facility is part of Jaguars’ US$441m development project around TIAA Bank Field
  • City Council to pay US$60m of centre’s cost
  • Franchise aims to begin construction in early 2022

The National Football League’s (NFL) Jacksonville Jaguars have had their plans for a new US$120 million complex approved by the Jacksonville City Council.

The franchise aims to start construction on the performance centre in early 2022 and hopes to complete the facility before the 2023 NFL season.

Jaguars owner Shahid Khan outlined the team’s plans for a new facility in June, as part of a US$441 million proposal which also includes a Four Seasons hotel and developments to the shipyard area around TIAA Bank Field.

Plans for the new football complex include an indoor practice field, as well as two grass-covered outdoor pitches that will have seating for up to 2,300 fans. The development will also house offices for team staff, as well as rooms for meetings, weight training, and medical care.

Jacksonville’s city council has also agreed to cover US$60 million of the costs for the new facility, though the Jaguars will have to pay for any further expenses.

The city will own the new complex and lease it to the Jaguars for the next 30 years, with two ten-year renewal options included.

The agreement does not affect the Jaguars’ lease that runs until 2030 for the city-owned TIAA Bank Field. Any potential extension will require various NFL hurdles to be cleared, including a major renovation of the stadium.

The Jacksonville Jaguars have had their plans for a new US$120 million complex approved by the Jacksonville City Council.

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Источник: https://www.sportspromedia.com/news/jacksonville-jaguars-football-complex-approval-nfl-tiaa-bank-field/

TIAA Bank Field

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Exterior view of the stadium in 2018.

TIAA Bank Field is located in Central Jacksonville
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TIAA Bank Field is located in Florida
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TIAA Bank Field is located in the United States
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Former namesJacksonville Municipal Stadium (1995–96, 2007–10)
Alltel Stadium (1997–2006)
EverBank Field (2010–18)
Address1 TIAA Bank Field Drive
LocationJacksonville, Florida
Coordinates30°19′26″N81°38′15″W / 30.32389°N 81.63750°W / 30.32389; -81.63750Coordinates: 30°19′26″N81°38′15″W / 30.32389°N 81.63750°W / 30.32389; -81.63750
OwnerCity of Jacksonville
OperatorASM Global
Executive suites75[1]
Capacity67,814 (expandable to 82,000)[2]
SurfaceTifway 419 Bermuda Grass
Broke groundJanuary 3, 1994
OpenedAugust 18, 1995; 26 years ago (1995-08-18)
Renovated2003–04, 2014, 2016
Construction costUS$121 million
($211 million in 2020 dollars[3])
ArchitectHOK Sport
Structural engineerBliss and Nyitray, Inc
Services engineerM-E Engineers, Inc.[4]
General contractorHuber, Hunt & Nichols[1]
Jacksonville Jaguars (NFL) (1995–present)
Gator Bowl (NCAA) (1996–present)
Jacksonville Armada FC (NASL) (2015)

TIAA Bank Field is an American football stadium located in Jacksonville, Florida, that primarily serves as the home facility of the Jacksonville Jaguars of the National Football League (NFL). The stadium opened in 1995 as Jacksonville Municipal Stadium on the site of the old Gator Bowl Stadium (erected 1927), and included some portions of the older stadium. Located on the St. Johns River, it sits on 10 acres (4.0 ha) of land in downtown Jacksonville.

In addition to hosting the Jaguars, the stadium is regularly used for college football, concerts, and other events. It is the regular site of the annual Florida–Georgia game, a college football rivalry game between the University of Florida and the University of Georgia. The stadium is also the home of the annual Gator Bowl, a post-season college bowl game. Additionally, the stadium hosted Super Bowl XXXIX in 2005 and is one of the venues used by the United States men's national soccer team.

From 1997 to 2006, the stadium was named Alltel Stadium after communications company Alltel purchased naming rights. The facility was renamed EverBank Field in 2010, following the approval of a five-year, naming rights deal with the financial services company EverBank. The agreement was extended in 2014 for an additional 10 years.[5] The Jaguars announced in February 2018 the stadium would be renamed TIAA Bank Field for the 2018 NFL season after EverBank was acquired by New York-based TIAA.[6]

The stadium temporarily played host to the New Orleans Saints during the 2021 NFL season after the team was forced to relocate from Caesars Superdome, owing to the aftermath of Hurricane Ida.[7]

Construction[edit]

TIAA Bank Field is located in the Stadium District of downtown Jacksonville, which has been home to football fields since the early 20th century. In 1928 the first permanent football stadium, Fairfield Stadium, was constructed. In 1948 this was expanded and renamed Gator Bowl Stadium, in honor of the annual Gator Bowl game first played two years earlier.

The current structure was built using a few portions of the historic Gator Bowl Stadium. However, all of the elements included from the older stadium — the pedestrian ramp system and the more recent West Upper Deck section of the complex — dated back only to 1982. Construction started January 3, 1994, and the new stadium opened on August 18, 1995, with an exhibition game with the St. Louis Rams. Total construction time was under 20 months and total cost was US$134 million – $60 million of which was provided by the city of Jacksonville.

Planning[edit]

In January 1993, representatives from the University of Florida and University of Georgia began negotiating with Jacksonville representatives to renew the contract to host the Florida–Georgia game, the annual rivalry game between the college football teams of the two universities. The universities' five-year contract with the Gator Bowl ended after the 1994 game, and the Citrus Bowl had offered Florida and Georgia a larger sum of money than the Gator Bowl for the right to host the game.[8]

To counter the Citrus Bowl's larger monetary offer, Jacksonville mayor Ed Austin proposed a $25.5 million renovation plan to Jacksonville's aging Gator Bowl Stadium, which had been built in 1949. Both teams had expressed concerns about the condition of the aging stadium, and renovations were considered key to enticing the teams to keep returning to Jacksonville, bringing tens of millions of dollars in consumer spending with them.[9] Despite the promise of renovations, Georgia athletic director Vince Dooley was unswayed,[10] so Austin widened the scope of the renovations, increasing their price tag to $49 million, and traveled to Athens, Georgia, to talk with Dooley in person.[11] Austin's campaigning was partially successful. On March 23, 1993, the two universities announced they had signed a five-year contract with the Gator Bowl, running from 1997 to 2002. The contract was contingent on Austin successfully passing the $49 million renovation bond issue through the Jacksonville City Council and the city completing the renovations by the 1996 game.[12] On Tuesday, May 11, the Jacksonville City Council approved a $219.5 million bond issue, including the $49 million for the renovation of the Gator Bowl.[13][14]

NFL expansion[edit]

Soon after the approval of the bond issue, investors interested in attracting a new National Football League team to Jacksonville requested that another $30 million be added to the $49 million renovations in order to make the stadium more attractive for a professional team.[15] That number climbed higher throughout the summer, and eventually the city reached an agreement with the leading group of investors hoping to attract an NFL team to Jacksonville. On July 1, the city and investors reached a lease agreement contingent on the city investing $112.3 million for improving the Gator Bowl.[16] The lease agreement later collapsed when the Jacksonville City Council voted to send the lease back to a committee for further study rather than approving it.[17] One month after the proposed deal fell through, city officials and investors tried again and were successful in negotiating a deal that included a pledge to spend $121 million on renovations to the Gator Bowl.[18] Due to the expanded renovations, it was announced that the 1994 Florida-Georgia game would have to be moved out of the Gator Bowl, as had the 1995 game, in order to provide time for the newly expanded renovation plan to be completed before 1996.[19] In the end, the expanded bond issue and renovation program proved to be successful, as Jacksonville was awarded the 30th NFL franchise—the Jacksonville Jaguars—on November 30, 1993.[20]

Almost as soon as the celebration surrounding Jacksonville's new NFL team died down, however, a renovation contractor's plan to give 8% of the stadium work to minority-owned businesses drew criticism. The NAACP and another group said African-American businesses should have been awarded twice that amount of work.[21]

Current stadium[edit]

TIAA Bank Field during 10th anniversary of 9/11
New scoreboard and party deck installed in 2014

The stadium's re-opening day was also the home debut of the Jaguars during the 1995 NFL season. It was the first time that an expansion NFL team had played its first game in a new facility; they played the Houston Oilers in the opener and lost 10–3. The Gator Bowl returned as a New Year's Day bowl game on January 1, 1996, following the 1995 NCAA season.

The stadium contains 11,200 club seats, 88 luxury suites, and a "super suite".[1]

In 1997, the stadium changed its name to Alltel Stadium after naming rights were acquired by Alltel, a telecommunications company best known as a wireless carrier. The name Alltel Stadium stopped being used by the city after January 2007 when the contract expired; by that point, most of Alltel's assets had been purchased by Verizon.

In 2005, the stadium hosted Super Bowl XXXIX in which the New England Patriots defeated the Philadelphia Eagles 24–21 in front of 78,125, the largest Super Bowl in attendance since 1994. Paul McCartney performed at halftime, performing Beatles classics "Drive My Car", "Get Back", and "Hey Jude", as well as a firework-filled "Live and Let Die". In 2003 and 2004, $47 million in improvements to the stadium were implemented to prepare for the Super Bowl. These improvements included the addition of a unique sports bar in the south end zone called the "Bud Zone", a larger and wider video and scoring display from Daktronics, escalators in the north and south end zone, and a new "terrace suite" called the "Sky Patio" right above the "Bud Zone" in the south end zone.[22]

Before the 2005 season, mainly due to low attendance figures and looming blackouts, team officials installed a series of tarps to reduce the seating capacity for Jaguars games. The covers were placed to block out seven sections in the upper north end zone and four in each upper deck section, located on the corners of each. This puts 9,703 seats out of service, leaving the stadium with 66,851 seats for the regular season. However, in the event the Jaguars make the AFC Championship Game, the stadium can easily be expanded to full capacity. Some believed that this was a sign that the city couldn't support an NFL team; the city is the second-smallest market in the league. However, the current capacity is actually very close to what Wayne Weaver included in his original proposal to bring the Gator Bowl up to NFL standards. The city council turned this plan down, mainly out of concern for not having enough seats to accommodate the annual Florida-Georgia game.

Despite the changes, however, blackouts have still occurred, including two of their first three home games in 2007 and nine of ten games in 2009. It is believed that the 2008 US financial crisis played a major part in the 2009 season blackouts,[citation needed] leading to insufficient ticket sales, with only the final home engagement of the regular season, with the Indianapolis Colts, managing to sell out. However, the Jaguars' 2010 season saw a huge turnaround in ticket sales, with no games being blacked out that year. The Jaguars avoided blackouts in all games in 2011 and 2012.

For the Super Bowl, Florida–Georgia game, and occasionally the Gator Bowl, temporary bleachers are put up in the south end zone and the tarps are removed, raising capacity to over 84,000.

The attendance record was set on September 29, 2007, when 85,413 watched Florida State defeat Alabama in what was dubbed the River City Showdown.[23] Each school received nearly 36,000 tickets, and the Gator Bowl Association added 5,800 seats.[24]

On July 26, 2010, naming rights to the stadium were bought by EverBank,[25] one of the nation's largest privately held bank holding companies with approximately $11.2 billion in assets. On August 10, the deal was officially approved by the Jacksonville City Council with a 14–3 vote.[26]

In November 2013, Jacksonville's City Council approved $63 million in improvements to EverBank Field. Jaguars owner Shahid Khan helped finance $20 million of the cost.[27] Renovations included two end zone video scoreboards 362-foot (110 m) long that are the largest HDLED of their kind in the world, a platform area in the north end zone with two wading pools, unique food and beverage offerings, interactive activities, and 55,000 square feet (5,100 m2) of HD video screens, which is a world record for a stadium.[28] Construction of the platform resulted in the removal of approximately 7,000 seats, though temporary seating can be installed for major events that will require a larger stadium capacity. During the construction a live webcam was set up to view the progress of the new video scoreboards.[29] The scoreboards were publicly unveiled on July 26, 2014.[30]

In the middle of 2016, the Jaguars and the city of Jacksonville announced $90 million in improvements to the stadium. Phase 1 includes the improvements to club seating, sponsored by US Assure, new walkout patios at the 50-yard-line and the creation of a new south end zone tunnel that will be the new team entrance and create two new seating environments. Phase 2 includes the construction of an amphitheater (Daily's Place) and a covered flex field; both phases were completed in May 2017.[31]

After the successful 2017 season which saw the Jaguars return to the playoffs for the first time since the 2007 season and host a playoff game for the first time since 1999, the Jaguars announced the removal of last of the tarps on the upper levels. The removal adds 3,501 seats to the capacity of the stadium bringing total capacity to 67,814.[2]

Seating capacity[edit]

The seating capacity for Jaguars games has gone as follows:

Notable events[edit]

Soccer[edit]

Date Winning Team Result Losing Team Tournament Spectators
June 17, 1997 United States2–1 IsraelFriendly8,436
February 6, 1999 United States3–0 GermanyFriendly17,259
May 26, 2012 United States5–1 ScotlandFriendly44,438
February 9, 2013 United States women4–1 Scotland womenWomen’s Friendly18,656
June 7, 2014 United States2–1 NigeriaFriendly52,033
September 6, 2016 United States4–0 Trinidad and Tobago2018 FIFA World Cup qualification19,410
April 5, 2018 United States women4–1 Mexico womenWomen’s Friendly14,360
November 10, 2019 United States women6–0 Costa Rica womenWomen’s Friendly12,914

Concerts[edit]

Date Artist Opening act(s) Tour / Concert name Attendance Revenue Notes
November 12, 1997U2Third Eye BlindPopMart Tour
June 4, 1999Shania TwainLeahyCome On Over Tour
May 23, 2001NSYNCBBMak
3LW
Lil' Romeo
Tony Lucca
PopOdyssey42,218 / 71,256$2,030,372Postponed from May 18.[39]
June 14, 2014Jason AldeanFlorida Georgia Line
Tyler Farr
Burn It Down Tour[40]
June 13, 2015Zac Brown BandJekyll and Hyde TourThese concerts were part of the Florida Country SuperFest.
June 14, 2015Kenny ChesneyBrantley GilbertThe Big Revival Tour
September 2, 2018Lynyrd SkynyrdKid Rock
Jason Aldean
The Charlie Daniels Band
Blackberry Smoke
the Marshall Tucker Band
The Last of the Street Survivors Farewell Tour[41]
July 19, 2019The Rolling StonesThe RevivalistsNo Filter Tour50,358 / 50,358$10,198,392This concert was originally scheduled to take place on April 24, 2019 but was postponed due to Mick Jagger recovering from a heart procedure.[42]
July 31, 2021Green Day
Fall Out Boy
Weezer
The InterruptersHella Mega Tour--This concert was originally scheduled to take place on August 6, 2020 but was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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American football was played here already in 1920s and first stadium, the Fairfield, was opened in 1927. By 1948 the Gator Bowl Stadium replaced it, eventually growing to over 80,000 capacity in 1980s.

However, as years went by, it proved too outdated and only a small portion of it remains today incorporated into the new stadium built in 1995 (pedestrian ramps and some sections of the western upper deck).

New stands were build from scratch within just 20 months, in 1994-1995. The stadium designed by HOK Sport (later Populous) could initially hold 73,000 people, however the number began to change over time. Currently NFL games are played in front of up to 67,246 people, while college football can be watched by up to 84,000.

Anchor tenant for the stadium are the Jacksonville Jaguars, however university football has also been held regularly since the very opening in 1995. Major event is the 2005 Super Bowl, while the football team of USA (soccer) also staged their games here, due to the pitch being wide enough, unlike at some American football stadiums.

With general name being the Jacksonville Municipal Stadium, the ground has been subject to naming rights deals. First with Alltel (Alltel Stadium, 1997-2006) and later with EverBank (EverBank Field, 2010-2017). Further change came in 2018, when EverBank became TIAA Bank, causing the stadium name to change as well.

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TIAA Bank Field, Jacksonville

TIAA Bank Field is an American football stadium located in Jacksonville, Florida, that primarily serves as the home facility of the Jacksonville Jaguars of the National Football League (NFL). The stadium opened in 1995 as Jacksonville Municipal Stadium on the site of the old Gator Bowl Stadium (erected 1927), and included some portions of the older stadium. Located on the St. Johns River, it sits on 10 acres (4.0 ha) of land in downtown Jacksonville.

In addition to hosting the Jaguars, the stadium is regularly used for college football, concerts, and other events. It is the regular site of the annual Florida–Georgia game, a college football rivalry game between the University of Florida and the University of Georgia. The stadium is also the home of the annual Gator Bowl, a post-season college bowl game. Additionally, the stadium hosted Super Bowl XXXIX in 2005 and is one of the venues used by the United States men's national soccer team.

From 1997 to 2006, the stadium was named Alltel Stadium after communications company Alltel purchased naming rights. The facility was renamed EverBank Field in 2010, following the approval of a five-year, naming rights deal with the financial services company EverBank. The agreement was extended in 2014 for an additional 10 years. The Jaguars announced in February 2018 the stadium would be renamed TIAA Bank Field for the 2018 NFL season after EverBank was acquired by New York-based TIAA.
The stadium temporarily played host to the New Orleans Saints during the 2021 NFL season after the team was forced to relocate from Caesars Superdome, owing to the aftermath of Hurricane Ida.
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Get ready for a hard-hitting matchup with TIAA Bank Field tickets from TicketSmarter. Formerly Everbank Field from 2010-2018, TIAA Bank Field is home to the National Football League (NFL) Jacksonville Jaguars located in downtown Jacksonville. TIAA Bank Field ticket office opened in 1995. From 1995-1996 and 2007-2010, the football stadium was named Jacksonville Municipal Stadium. From 1997-2006, Alltel held the naming rights to Alltel Stadium, and it was Everbank Field from 2010-2018.

TIAA Bank Field ticket office hosts primarily football games for the Jacksonville Jaguars, but stadium tour concerts are scheduled annually at the stadium. In 2005, the stadium hosted Super Bowl XXXIX, which featured the New England Patriots defeating the Philadelphia Eagles 24-21. Paul McCartney performed at halftime, and over the years, U2, Shania Twain, Jason Aldean, Kenny Chesney, Zac Brown, and The Rolling Stones have performed their concert stadium tours at Everbank Field. You can quickly secure your TIAA Bank Field tickets online now to any upcoming live event without going down to the box office. TIAA Bank Field is located at 1 TIAA Bank Field Drive, Jacksonville, Florida 32202.

How much are TIAA Bank Field tickets?

Ticket prices will fluctuate depending on the event and where your seats are located. On average, the cost to attend a live event at TIAA Bank Field is $354.17. Seats located in the back of the venue are always the cheapest option and can cost as low as $23.00 a ticket. Premium seating with unobstructed views of the event can go for as high as $6981.00 for a seat near the action.

TIAA Bank Field Seating Chart

Where are the best seats at TIAA Bank Field (formerly Everbank Field)? With a seating capacity of 67,164, the TIAA Bank Field seating chart offers you the ability to easily navigate the TicketSmarter interactive seating chart map to quickly pick the perfect seat for each fan. Whether you are looking for tickets in a suite or Club Tables or seats, TicketSmarter has the best selection for Jacksonville Jaguars tickets online. If you prefer to sit lower level midfield, you might want seats in sections 9 or 10 on the Jaguars sideline. Or, if you are looking for seats on the visitor sideline, you may prefer tickets in sections 36 and 37. We make it easy to navigate the event calendar and using our dynamic seating chart, you can quickly secure your tickets online.

TIAA Bank Field Schedule

TIAA Bank Field schedule includes not only NFL games for the Jaguars as their home stadium, but there are also stadium tour concerts on the schedule as well. 2020 includes The Stadium Tour: Motley Crue, Def Leppard, Poison, Joan Jett and The Blackhearts, the Hella Mega Tour with Green Day, Fall Out Boy, and Weezer. Or you can buy tickets to see the Florida Gators take on the Georgia Bulldogs at TIAA Bank Field. And, there are plenty of great matchups at TIAA Bank Field if NFL football is what you are looking for. Catch an AFC South matchup against Houston Texans, Tennessee Titans, or Indianapolis Colts. Or, don’t miss the Jaguars square off with the Pittsburgh Steelers and Chicago Bears. Use the TicketSmarter schedule above to buy your tickets today.

How many events are coming to TIAA Bank Field?

TIAA Bank Field has 6 exciting live events scheduled.

Who is playing at TIAA Bank Field?

Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Houston Texans and Georgia Bulldogs vs. Florida Gators are scheduled to come to the TIAA Bank Field.

Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Houston Texans TIAA Bank Field tickets December 19th, 2021 at 1:00pm

Georgia Bulldogs vs. Florida Gators TIAA Bank Field tickets October 29th, 2022 at TBD

  • A ticket to this thrilling live event averages at $812.00, but range between $300.00 - $1537.00. Secure your place to this event today because there are only 80 Georgia Bulldogs vs. Florida Gators tickets still listed for this event.

What time does TIAA Bank Field open?

The TIAA Bank Field doors usually open 45 minutes before the event on December 19th, 2021 at 1:00pm. Guests should arrive at the venue 30 - 60 minutes early to find parking near the venue.

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