Tag: Tampa


Proposals zeroed in for ‘The Trop’ revamp

Tropicana Field update March 2021

The City of St. Petersburg in Tampa (US) has announced a shortlist of four proposals for the reimagining of the 86-acre Tropicana Field site which serves as the residence of the Major League Baseball (MLB) team – the Tampa Bay Rays – as the City looks at the future of a downtown gateway... » Read more


NFL grandiose Super Bowl fan attendance plans

Super Bowl with fans

The National Football League (NFL) (US) announced on January 22nd that it is planning for 22,000 fans to grace Super Bowl LV, including around 7,500 vaccinated healthcare workers. This season’s end of season showpiece will take place at the 65,890-capacity Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida... » Read more


Super Bowl a cashless affair with Visa prop

Super Bowl will go cashless

The National Football League’s (NFL) flagship event Super Bowl is all set to become a cash-free fixture this season. Facilitating this will be the payment services brand Visa which has chalked out plans regarding the same with NFL. The Super Bowl is the annual championship game of the National... » Read more


Toronto Raptors to allow 3,800 fans

Toronto Raptors will play at Tampas Amalie Arena

The Toronto Raptors of the National Basketball Association (NBA) has announced plans to permit up to 3,800 supporters for the initial regular season games at its temporary residence – Tampa’s (US) Amalie Arena. The Toronto Raptors are a Canadian professional basketball team based in... » Read more


‘Ray Jay’ revamp work totally foolproof

Raymond James Stadium ready for Super Bowl

Irrespective of the fact whether fans will be allowed at the Super Bowl LV to be held in Tampa, Florida (US) on February 7th, 2021, the Raymond James Stadium is being reconfigured and upgraded if at all spectators are allowed into the venue fold. The National Football League (NFL) is adopting a... » Read more


‘Bucs’ likely to get a futuristic facility

Tampa new stadium October 2020

As per reliable sources, the City of Tampa in Florida, US, is planning a “massive state-of-the-art stadium” – a new National Football League (NFL) facility and will be breaking ground on the same in two years’ time. The facility will also boast a retractable roof. It is still not known who... » Read more


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