Accessibility Guide for Patrons with Disabilities
Raymond James Stadium was designed to offer an exciting, comfortable experience for everyone. Parking, seating, concessions, restrooms, water fountains and signage follow guidelines of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

To see the PDF version of our Accessibility Guide for Patrons with Disabilities, click here.


There are two disabled accessible parking lots at RJS: Lot A, accessed from Dale Mabry Highway on the northwest corner of the stadium, and Lot C, accessed from Himes Avenue on the southeast corner of the stadium.


Guests with disabilities may be dropped off near stadium entrances at the gate indicated on their ticket.
Gates A, D and West Club: From Dale Mabry Highway, travel east on Tom McEwen Blvd and enter near Lot D, outside bollards.
Gates B, C and East Club: From Himes Avenue, enter at Lot B, outside bollards.
Public or chartered transportation may drop off guests with disabilities at entrances A and C (see parking). For transportation from parking lots 1-10, notify the parking lot supervisor.


All other guests must be dropped off at the mass transit drop-off (drive north on Dale Mabry Highway and enter just before the pedestrian crosswalk to Steinbrenner Field.


Escalators, accessible ramps and wheeled-equipment entrances are all located at each gate. Elevators are located at Gates A and C for general admission fans with disabilities and at each club and suite lobby for club admission fans with disabilities.


Accessible seating is available in all areas of the stadium, including clubs and suites. Gurney viewing positions are available in both end zones. Ticket windows are wheelchair accessible and located in the South Plaza.


Information booths are located outside at Gates A and B in the North Plaza and between Gates C and D in the South Plaza; near each ramp on the main concourse; and at the 50-yard line on the upper concourses. Concierges are available in both the east and west club lobbies and at the top of the elevator in the club lounges.


All restrooms are wheelchair accessible and have changing tables. Companion restrooms are available on the main and upper concourses. Please see the nearest information booth for locations or to request an access key for family restrooms.


Service animals or those in training for guests with disabilities are allowed on RJS property. All other animals are prohibited.


Please contact stadium personnel in advance at 813-350-6500 to make arrangements. Listening devices are available upon request. Bottled water and complimentary cups of ice are available at concession stands. Wheelchair-accessible water fountains are located near the exit stairs on each concourse and in the clubs.
*Special Needs Request Form: Special Needs Request Form


In the event of a stadium evacuation, stadium personnel and law enforcement officers will be available to assist guest with disabilities.


First aid stations are located on the ground level near Ramp C and on the main and upper concourses near Ramps B and D. The stadium offers areas of refuge and climate-controlled areas for general-ticketed guests with disabilities. These areas are located on the main and upper concourses in the first aid stations and in the elevator lobbies at Gates A and C.


If you have questions or suggestions about accessibility and amenities at RJS, please visit a Guest Services booth during an event or contact the Tampa Sports Authority during business hours at 813-350-6500. For more information about other stadium amenities or programs, please read our A-Z Fan Guide.

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