In Game

The state-of-the art-Mercedes-Benz Stadium is the brand new home of the Atlanta Falcons. The gorgeous venue features a slew of amenities, including the largest video board in professional sports, and is a must-see for any NFL fan and is worth the trip to Atlanta all by itself.

If the new stadium isn’t enough of a reason to get you excited about seeing a Falcons game, then the incredible fan support will. Despite being a somewhat inconsistent team over the years, Atlantans still love their Falcons. All throughout the game, you’ll hear fans cheering when the Falcons make a big play. You’ll also see fans adorned in Falcons red and black everywhere you look on game day, so make sure to break out your own red and black to fit right in with the rest of the crowd.

The breathtaking new stadium and loyal Falcons fans make attending a Falcons game a great time for any diehard NFL fan. Don’t hesitate and book your trip now to see the Falcons open their new home this season.

Things to check out

Suite 87 Club

This 7,860-square foot. Private Club features a full-service bar and billiards room. It is located in the east zone on the 300 level and can accommodate 124 members. In your membership, you’ll also receive one reserved seat with full amenity privileges, in addition to the Silver Club level lounges and dining rooms during the game, which is a great option for fans that are looking for a more high-end experience at Bank of America Stadium.

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Stadium Tours

Bank of America Stadium offers public tours of the venue consistently throughout the NFL season for up to 100 people at a time. This is truly a treat for fans because not every venue offers public tours. The natural grass, open-air stadium offers many significant characteristics during the tour, including training facilities, practice fields, and administrative offices.

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Skyline Views

One of the best things about Bank of America Stadium is that it’s located in the center of the city of Charlotte. Therefore, the stadium offers many different views of the skyline and surrounding areas. The sights are spectacular at this stadium, especially if seated higher in the upper decks.

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Perhaps the most significant tradition at Bank of America Stadium is the team’s drumline performing throughout timeouts and halftime. There aren’t many NFL teams with their own drum line, and they bring a unique aspect to the experience. It gives the games more of a college football feel, which is a nice touch for fans.

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Black and Blue Crew

The Black and Blue crew have been engaging and entertaining fans at the Bank of America Stadium since 2013. This group of men and women interact with fans before the game and as they enter the Stadium to provide fans with the best gameday experience possible. Upon entering the stadium, watch for them, since they are well equipped with shirts and other giveaways presenting an excellent opportunity to pick up a game day keepsake.

Sir Purr

Sir Purr is the official mascot of the Carolina Panthers who entertains fans young and old through a variety of fun antics. Look for Sir Purr to put a smile on your face during breaks in play.

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Fight Songs

  1. Stand and Cheer

    The official team fight song. It doesn’t typically play before each home game.

    Stand and cheer for the Panthers/In our grand ol’ name
    Nothing could be finer/Than to be in Carolina
    For a Panther football game.
    P-A-N-T-H-E-R-S, Ho!
    Nothing could be finer/Than to be in Carolina
    For a Carolina Panther football game.

  2. Sweet Caroline

    This Neil Diamond classic has become an unofficial victory song of the team and is played after every home win.

    Where it began,
    I can’t begin to knowin’
    But then I know it’s growing strong

    Was in the spring
    And spring became the summer
    Who’d have believed you’d come along.

    Hands, touchin’ hands
    Reachin’ out, touchin’ me, touchin’ you

    Sweet Caroline
    Good times never seemed so good
    I’ve been inclined
    To believe they never would
    But now I…

    …look at the night
    And it don’t seem so lonely
    We fill it up with only two.

    And when I hurt,
    Hurtin’ runs off my shoulders
    How can I hurt when holding you?

    Warm, touchin’ warm
    Reachin’ out, touchin’ me, touchin’ you

    Sweet Caroline
    Good times never seemed so good
    I’ve been inclined,
    To believe they never would
    Oh, no, no

    Sweet Caroline
    Good times never seemed so good
    Sweet Caroline,
    I believe they never could
    Sweet Caroline
    Good times never seemed so good
    Sweet Caroline…

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