Home to the Bucs, Bulls, Lightning and Rays, there's always a big game in Tampa. From college to the big leagues, Tampa Bay sports earn a major win.
You’ll have the best seats in the house with year round pro sports action in Tampa Bay. Follow the MLB Tampa Bay Rays, NFL Tampa Bay Buccaneers, NHL Tampa Bay Lightning, as well as the New York Yankees spring training, and a number of semi-pro and collegiate teams at Tampa Bay’s premier pro sports facilities.
Looking to channel your inner-pro instead? Tampa Bay offers a wide-variety of outdoor recreation including deep-sea fishing, golf and eco-tourism opportunities. You’ll score big with Tampa Bay sports!
Spring, the season of hope, comes early in Florida. While Tampa Bay has big-league sports every season of the year, the most legendary team of any sport spends warm February and March in Tampa. Here's a hint: The team's spring training stadium is named George M. Steinbrenner Field.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers feed Central Florida’s pro-football hunger with 10 games each fall. Raymond James Stadium, host of two Super Bowls opening in 1998, may be best known for its 103-foot pirate ship perched above the north end zone. Whenever the Bucs cross the 20-yard line or score, the ship’s cannons fire their blasts. Aarrrgghh!
Tampa’s most urban sports experience has to be the National Hockey League’s Tampa Bay Lightning. Inside the chilled Tampa Bay Times Forum, light and sound are everything you’d expect in a modern professional hockey experience. Rink-side seats, of course, have the best view of the action.