Bank of America Stadium Seating Chart, Carolina Panthers.

Bank of America Stadium, formerly Ericsson Stadium, has been home to the Carolina Panthers since the team debuted in Charlotte, North Carolina in 1996. The Carolina Panthers played their inaugural season (1995) at Clemson Memorial Stadium (Death Valley) in Clemson, South Carolina. Though Bank of America Stadium is often not thought of as a must-see NFL stadium, the stadium has received several upgrades over the last few seasons and offers an extremely fan friendly environment for football fans. Our staff wanted to provide a thorough breakdown of the Bank of America Stadium seating chart to help fans better decide where to sit before purchasing their Carolina Panthers tickets.

Where To Sit At Bank of America Stadium

Navigating the Bank of America seating chart can be a little difficult. Although the stadium has a lower bowl and an upper bowl, the seats are organized into 4 tiers; the 100 level, 300 level, 400 level, and 500 level. The 300 and 400 levels consist of entirely premium seating areas. We’ll begin by first discussing the 100 level seats which are the seats closest to the field.

 

100 Level (Lower Level)

View from the lower level seats at Bank of America Stadium during a Carolina Panthers game.

The 100 level seats at Bank of America Stadium consist of sections 101 through 140. The rows for the 100 level sections are numbered 1 through 19. The Carolina Panthers sideline is located in front of sections 131, 132, and 133. The visiting team’s sideline is located in front of sections 111, 112, and 113. The Carolina Panthers’ player tunnel is located adjacent to section 106. The visiting team’s tunnel is located adjacent to section 136.

Unlike most other NFL stadiums, Bank of America Stadium's 200 numbered sections are located on the lower level. The 200 numbered sections are all located just behind the 100 numbered sections in the end zones. These sections include 201 through 206, and 252 through 256 in the west end zone. In the east end zone are sections 224 through 234. The rows for these 200 numbered sections are numbered 1A through 20 (row 1 is the 2nd row).

 

 

500 Level (Upper Level)

View from the upper level seats at Bank of America Stadium during a Carolina Panthers game. 

The 500 level seats at Bank of America Stadium consist of sections 501 through 554. The rows for the 500 level sections are numbered 1A through 34 (row 1 is the 2nd row). As you’ll notice from the seating chart, Bank of America Stadium is completely enclosed (similar in design to Arrowhead Stadium) and features upper end zone seats. 

The upper end zone seats are some of the most affordable tickets for Carolina Panthers home games. Fans in select upper level sections will be provided with an excellent view of the downtown Charlotte skyline.

 

 

Silver Club Seats

View from the Silver Club seats at Bank of America Stadium during a Carolina Panthers game.

The Silver Club seats consist of sections 308 through 323 (north side) and 336 through 351 (south side). The rows for the Silver Club sections are numbered 1 through 21. The perks the Silver Club seats at Bank of America Stadium include the following.

  • Access to more than 50,000 square feet of themed lounge areas; eight in total
  • Upscale food options
  • Full service bars with extended alcohol service through the 4th quarter ( 1 PM games only)
  • Less wait at restrooms and concessions than other areas of the stadium
  • Flat-screen HD televisions
  • Complimentary roster cards
  • More comfortable seating that are 21 inches in width
  • Concierge and guest relations attendants
  • Provides a climate-controlled environment

 

View of one of the club lounges at Bank of America Stadium, home of the Carolina Panthers.

The Silver Club level received a major face lift during the 2017 off season. The area carries this name because the club seats are colored silver while all other seats at Bank of America Stadium are colored blue (see above). Immediately after Carolina Panthers home games, the Locker Room Lounge and the North Club Lounge host the “5th Quarter”. The 5th Quarter allows fans to watch the 4 PM football games on the televisions and video walls in these two lounges. Extended alcohol and concession sales are available during the 5th Quarter. Your game ticket will be required for entry into the 5th Quarter which can be accessed via the stairs near sections 104/105, or the ramp near section 512 on the upper level.

 

 

Silver Club Terrace

View from the Silver Club Terrace at Bank of America Stadium during a Carolina Panthers game.

The Silver Club Terraces are located on the southeast and northeast corners of Bank of America Stadium’s Silver Club level. There are four terraces total, each with a capacity of 28 guests. The perks for the Silver Club Terrace at Bank of America Stadium include the following.

  • Three rows of cushioned seats with excellent views of the field below
  • Flat-screen HD televisions
  • Covered area to protect fans from the elements
  • Retractable glass windows for climate-control
  • Bar top seating
  • Beautiful décor

 

 

Suite Club

The perks for the Suite Club at Bank of America Stadium include the following.

  • Complimentary food and soft drinks
  • Comfortable seating
  • Similar amenities to the luxury suites

 

 

Gridiron Club

Interior photo of The Gridiron Club at Bank of America Stadium, home of the Carolina Panthers.

The Gridiron Club is a 10,000 square foot club on the 400 level of the west end zone. The perks for the Gridiron Club at Bank of America Stadium include the following.

  • Indoor and outdoor seating with flat-screen HD televisions
  • Private restrooms
  • Premium parking passes
  • Concierge service
  • Full service bar
  • Upscale food options
  • Theater area with leather seats and a video wall
  • Bar top seating
  • Designed with distressed concrete and brushed steel

 

 

 

 

Luxury Suites

The luxury suites are located on the 300 and 400 levels of Bank of America Stadium which, as stated earlier, are located on the lower bowl of the stadium. The perks for the suites at Bank of America Stadium include the following.

  • Parking pass for Lot 1 adjacent to Bank of America Stadium
  • Access to the Luxe Lobby
  • Personal suite attendant
  • Private entrance into Bank of America Stadium
  • All-inclusive catered food and soft drinks
  • Access to the Silver Club level lounges
  • Flat-screen HD televisions
  • Option to purchase additional suite tickets for guests
  • Retractable glass windows for climate-control
  • Three rows of seating for watching the game
  • Private restrooms
  • Upscale suite furniture including granite counter tops
  • Branding opportunities for your business

To learn more about purchasing a suite at Bank of America Stadium, please visit Panthers.com/tickets/suites.

 

 

Corporate Hospitality Packages

Photo of the South Lawn Village at Bank of America Stadium, home of the Carolina Panthers.

The Carolina Panthers are one of the few NFL teams to offer group and corporate hospitality packages for football fans. The corporate hospitality packages provide fans with a pregame tailgate at a designated area outside of Bank of America Stadium in addition to tickets to the game. The four packages currently being offered by the Carolina Panthers include Legends Row, South Lawn Village, Champions Village, and the Corporate Pavilions. Three of these areas are located outside of the North Gate on the South Graham Street side of Bank of America Stadium. The South Lawn Village is located adjacent to the South Gate on the Morehead Street side of Bank of America Stadium.

To learn more about purchasing a corporate hospitality package for your group, please visit Panthers.com.

 

The Carolina Panthers are one of several NFL teams that require football fans to purchase a permanent seat license (PSL) before purchasing season tickets. The sale of permanent seat licenses is how the Panthers organization paid for Bank of America Stadium without public tax revenue. To learn more about purchasing Carolina Panthers season tickets, please visit Panthers.com/tickets/psls. It’s also important to note that the Carolina Panthers no longer allow tickets that printed at home. Fans are instead required to download the Carolina Panthers mobile app or use the StubHub mobile app to gain entry into Bank of America Stadium. Most NFL stadiums will adopt this measure in the near future.

One major downside to Bank of America Stadium is that the venue has nearly 80,000 seats and only three entry gates. Fans should make sure to get to the stadium well before kickoff if they wish to make the game on time after tailgating.

 

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