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Carolina Panthers Team History

The Carolina Panthers became the 29th National Football League franchise on October 26, 1993. They played their inaugural season in 1995, finishing 7-9 and setting an all-time best opening season record for an NFL expansion team. They also beat the San Francisco 49ers in their inaugural season, becoming the first expansion team to defeat a reigning Super Bowl champion in their first year of play.

Since their start, the Panthers have won six division titles, including three consecutive NFC South division titles from 2013-15 under coach Ron Rivera. The Panthers have made it to the playoffs eight times, winning two NFC Championships and appearing in the Super Bowl twice. Under coach Rivera, they made four playoff appearances in a five-year span from 2013–2017, tying Green Bay and Seattle for the most NFC playoff appearances during that time. In that five-year span, the Panthers recorded 51 wins, the most in any five-year period in franchise history, and tied for fifth-most in the NFL.

Their first Super Bowl appearance was in 2004 for Super Bowl XXXVIII, then Super Bowl 50 in 2016, following what was the Panthers’ most dominant season to date, going 15-1 with quarterback and MVP Cam Newton.

Carolina Panthers Team Info

Conference: NFC
Division: South
Year Founded: 1993
Team Colors: Black, Panther Blue, Silver
Mascot: Sir Purr
Team Rivals: New Orleans Saints, Atlanta Falcons, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Carolina Panthers at Bank of America Stadium

The Carolina Panthers play their home games at Bank of America Stadium, located in Charlotte, North Carolina. Specifically designed for football, the 75,525-seat, open-air, natural-grass stadium opened on June 27, 1996, and has undergone several renovations to improve the fan experience, beginning in January of 2014. Renovations have included the construction of escalator bays that quickly take fans to the upper levels, plus state-of-the-art sound, video and scoreboard systems, as well as upgrades to 151 suites. The upper level and lower level concourses have also been updated with LED lighting, new signage, and digital menu boards.

Learn more about Bank of America Stadium here.


The Carolina Panthers' schedule release video was uploaded on May 15, 2024. In the video, players, including Derrick Brown, Jaycee Horn and Ja'Tavion Sanders, paint portraits of each other while revealing the team's upcoming matchups. You can watch the clip here.

The schedule for the Carolina Panthers’ 2024-25 regular season can be found on the team’s website.

The Carolina Panthers' 2024-25 regular season kicks off in September at Caesars Superdome against the New Orleans Saints. In the final week of the regular season, the Panthers will be at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia to face the Atlanta Falcons. Here’s a list of key games to keep an eye on:

  • 09/08 @ New Orleans Saints
  • 10/13 vs. Atlanta Falcons
  • 10/20 @ Washington Commanders
  • 11/03 vs. New Orleans Saints
  • 12/01 vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • 12/29 @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • Week 18 @ Atlanta Falcons

Panthers tickets are available for purchase on Ticketmaster. You can browse a wide selection of NFL tickets at Ticketmaster, the Official Ticket Marketplace of the Panthers. If tickets for a game are sold out, additional seats may become available closer to the game, so keep checking back.

Tickets for the 2024 regular season can be purchased on Ticketmaster, the Official Ticket Marketplace of the Carolina Panthers. 

Check out the Bank of America Stadium seating chart here.

The Carolina Panthers’ biggest rivals are the New Orleans Saints, Atlanta Falcons and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The Carolina Panthers have reached the Super Bowl championship twice: Super Bowl XXXVIII (2004), losing to New England Patriots 32–29, and Super Bowl 50 (2016), losing to the Denver Broncos, 24-10.


Rating: 4.3 out of 5 based on 1261 reviews
  • Rating: 1 out of 5

    Enjoyed the stadium and the fans.

    by MarcAlvarez on 1/13/24Bank of America Stadium - Charlotte

    Game day access to the stadium was extremely smooth. The fans are great but the team needs a lot of work.

  • Rating: 4 out of 5

    Nice stadium to watch an L

    by NS on 1/11/24Bank of America Stadium - Charlotte

    The workers seemed more joyous than most for such a strong loss on top of a losing season. Bartenders seemed much nicer than the Bojangles concession workers from previous weeks. Will definitely go back next season

  • Rating: 3 out of 5

    Nothing exciting

    by Brandy S. on 12/7/23Bank of America Stadium - Charlotte

    Overpriced concessions with not enough staff. Bathrooms crowded because of unusable stalls. Getting in and out of parking garages near the stadium is atrocious

  • Rating: 3 out of 5

    Had a nice time but saw room for improvement.

    by Rochelle on 11/24/23Bank of America Stadium - Charlotte

    The seats were high and the sun was beaming down on us. Even though we were concerned about being warm enough that day, we were actually overheated. The stadium could use more shade, especially on the visitors side. The real issue happened when we tried to buy some drinks. My friend was charged $24 for a weak cocktail with the plastic Panthers cup, not the price that was listed. I bought a cup for a soda in one line and had to go stand in another line to actually get the soda. There wasn't enough room for the sprawling line and when we finally got to the front, there was no ice left. We had to chase someone down for drink lids. Another time there was nothing but seltzer coming out of the spouts. No one was around to maintenance any of it. These require simple improvements - redirect the line, hire people at each station to maintenance the drinks or simply serve the soda at the register like normal vendors. I also think more signage directing folks to the train station after the game would be helpful. Other than that and the Panthers losing (players need better coaching) we had a nice time.

  • Rating: 4 out of 5

    Bad experience rip off.

    by Andrea herrin on 11/24/23Bank of America Stadium - Charlotte

    Spent 1200 dollars on tickets and parking and wasn’t able to attend due to no parking everything absolutely filled. I was there early stayed in traffic for hours still no where to park😡

  • Rating: 3 out of 5

    Nice environment lackluster bar

    by Gwiz on 11/2/23Bank of America Stadium - Charlotte

    The environment was nice, yet the selection of alcohol was substandard. Staff mentioned that if they served premium alcohol, the price would be unreasonable. This is just sad.

  • Rating: 4 out of 5


    by SmackD252 on 11/2/23Bank of America Stadium - Charlotte

    That stadium is up and got restaurants in the stadium....only than i think needs a update is the auto can bearly hear them when they talk on the mic plus parking spots needs to be bigger......

  • Rating: 3 out of 5

    Games are way too expensive

    by Ronbo on 10/4/23Bank of America Stadium - Charlotte

    Big Panthers fan family! Hate their recent choices in coaching, draft selections and the cost is way to expensive for a normal family - e.g. - I spent about $1000 Saturday on two 0-3 teams for a family of 5 and sat in section 540 row 34!! Glad there isn’t really a bad seat in BofA! Really a nice stadium with a few upgrades it would be great! Lower the costs of attending and your fan base will go up exponentially!!

  • Rating: 4 out of 5

    Panthers game

    by Diva@60 on 9/22/23Bank of America Stadium - Charlotte

    We attended the Panthers vs Saints game and had a good time. Entertainment was good but could have been a lot better. DJ needs to play better music to keep the crowd engaged and pumped up. Fans need to be more respectful towards other ( do not let drinking beer and liquor make you rude)

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Awesome time despite loss

    by Eric F on 9/21/23Bank of America Stadium - Charlotte

    Just want to say once again the facility here is amazing and there isn't a bad seat in the house, even at the very top. The music and atmosphere did seem a little on the lower side than the Sunday day games I had been to but maybe that it was a Monday and maybe music wise because ESPN was there had something to do with it IDK. Over all had the most wonderful time taking my 2 kids to there first NFL game and one final thing before I go Keep Pounding!