What is the Super Bowl Experience in Tampa Bay this year?

This year’s Super Bowl Experience, based in the Tampa Bay area, will be a little different. The week, often one of the most interactive and social in the NFL calendar might be downsized, but the league is still working hard to provide attractions and events for fans, including the support of the NFL OnePass app.

As the first team to ever earn the right to play the game in their home stadium, the Super Bowl experience for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will undoubtedly be one to remember. Despite fan restrictions, Tom Brady and company will be surrounded by Buccaneers fans and the city is sure to be in a party atmosphere.

The NFL Super Bowl Experience Theme Park

The Super Bowl Experience, the NFL’s interactive football theme park, will be returning for Super Bowl LV. The park aims to provide fans with free entertainment away from Raymond James Stadium. Thus, it will be the central hub for fan events around the big game.

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Unfortunately, all reservations for the park have been filled and there are no plans to increase the number of places.

Fans who have secured a spot will have plenty of activities to choose from, including:

  • Virtual meet and greet with NFL players and legends
  • Photos with the Vince Lombardi Trophy
  • NFL Shop with merchandise
  • Super Bowl rings from all 54 previous games
  • Opportunity to compete with players in a virtual 40-yard dash and vertical jump

The NFL is keen to encourage fans unable to secure a reservation to head down to the Tampa Riverwalk. As a result, there will be additional events for those looking to soak up the Super Bowl Experience atmosphere.

The park is open Jan 29 – Jan 31 and Feb 3 – Feb 6. More information, including opening times, can be found on the NFL website.

How to register for the NFL OnePass app

Fans who are attending the Super Bowl Experience at Julian B. Lane Park in Tampa will need to register for NFL OnePass app.

Downloading the app gives fans the opportunity to explore the attractions and activities at NFL events including player appearances and signings. While the focus this week is on the final game of the season, it can be used year-round for activities around each NFL event and, among other features, promises to provide users with an NFL 24/7 virtual concierge.

When is the Super Bowl Opening Night event?

The week kicks off with the Super Bowl Opening Night event on Monday, February 1 in Tampa. This is the first time that the AFC champions, the Kansas City Chiefs, and the NFC champions, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, will be available to the media in the run-up to the game. This season’s event will be conducted virtually. The head coach and nine players from each team will answer questions while remaining in their home cities.

At 12 PM ET, the Buccaneers will take to the podium and begin their media activity with the Chiefs following them at 4 PM ET. Fans will be able to follow along via the NFL’s Twitter account, which will be providing content throughout.

NFL Network will then bring viewers the best action from the day from 8 pm ET, with Rich Eisen, Michael Irvin, and Kay Adams. They’ll be joined by CBS Sports’ Jim Nantz and Tony Romo. Additionally, Nantz and Romo will be discussing the top stories from Super Bowl Opening Night ahead of announcing the Tampa Bay/Kansas City game live on Sunday, February 7.

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