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Sooner than expected our Tampa Bay Buccaneers are welcoming back fans to Raymond James Stadium for their October 4th home game.

Now that Governor Ron DeSantis has announced the start of Phase 3 to reopen Florida, this has paved the way for Florida sports teams to open their stadiums and arenas to fans once again. Our Bucs will be rolling our a soft reopening of Raymond James Stadium during Week 4 against the Los Angeles Chargers. If you have been a season pass member since 1988, you are in luck! Those tenured fans will have the chance to buy a limited number of tickets starting Thursday, October 1st.

“The safety of all involved has been our No. 1 priority throughout this process,” said Buccaneers Chief Operating Officer Brian Ford. “There simply is no way to replicate the energy and excitement that our fans provide for our players on the field. We remain thankful for the opportunity to experience this great season alongside our most passionate fans at Raymond James Stadium.”

According to ABC Action News, the Bucs are set to join the TSA and the University of South Florida for a virtual conference to introduce other elements on the stadium’s reopening plan on Tuesday, September 29th at 1 p.m.

I look forward to seeing how this plan does and look forward to attending a game soon.

[Source: ABC ACTION NEWS]

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