“Home of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers”
Members of the NFL Players Association have consistently rated Raymond James Stadium’s field as the best in the league and league insiders refer to the stadium as the “crown jewel” of the NFL. Raymond James Stadium hosted Super Bowl XXXV on January 28, 2001, in which the Baltimore Ravens defeated the New York Giants 34 to 7, and hosted Super Bowl XLIII on February 1, 2009, in which the Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Arizona Cardinals 27 to 24. In the very first regular season home game ever played at Raymond James Stadium (September 20, 1998), the Bucs won a dramatic victory against the Chicago Bears with a 27-point rally to defeat the Bears 27 to 15. The same company that produces props for Walt Disney World created the mighty pirate ship that is permanently harbored in Buccaneer Cove. The pirate ship comes to life after the Buccaneers score a field goal or touchdown. Its loud cannons fire seven times to signal a touchdown and three to announce a field goal. The pirate ship is an authentic replica of an early 1800s pirate ship, arguably one of the most recognizable stadium features in the world. It is 103 feet long with huge 32’x50’-foot sails.
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