EverBank Field (Formerly Jacksonville Municipal Stadium) tickets are some of the most affordable in the NFL. Jacksonville Jaguars ticket buyers are coming back to this team with a newfound sense of hope after the acquisition of quarterback Blake Bortles and defensive end Dante Fowler the past two drafts. Will you be one of them?
The relationship between the city of Jacksonville and its Jaguars is comparatively short-lived by most NFL franchises' standards, but no less tumultous. The team was unveiled to great fanfare in the mid-90s as a new expansion team, and featured almost instant success under coaches Tom Coughlin and Jack Del Rio. However, the team's fallen on hard times recently they haven't had a winning season since 2007.
As the team's postseason prospects have dwindled so have its fans, leading many to wonder whether the Jags will be bolting Jacksonville for a different area code in the near future. That'd be a shame, because the team's EverBank Field is too good a place to watch a game to lie dormant. 67,000 strong and featuring 11,200 club seats and 88 luxury suites, there's a spot for every Jags (or visiting fan here). Parking and transportation to and from games is spacious and inexpensive, and boasts some of the best curbside tailgating around (the grounds even have their own bar & grill specifically for those superfans that arrive early on gameday).
Concessions are also a strong calling card for Everbank. Food selections include speciality restaurants like Bono's BBQ, Stadium Classics, the Gridiron Grill, Bubba Burger, Vinny's Pizza and Seabest Seafood. The beer list is also bigger or more varied than your standard stadium, as it features Blue Moon, Bold City, Corona, Heinekin, and Landshark in addition to Bud and Coors products.