EverBank Stadium

Home of the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars, EverBank Stadium is adjacent to the St. Johns River in the heart of downtown Jacksonville. Since their inaugural season in 1995, the Jaguars have played every home game at EverBank Stadium.

In its life span, the stadium has been in an almost-perpetual state of evolution through innovation, brought by the vision and leadership of the team’s owner, Shahid Khan. From January 2012 until the spring of 2017, Khan and the City of Jacksonville will together have spent more than $170 million improving EverBank Stadium and constructing Daily’s Place, a new, one-of-a-kind amphitheater and covered flex field. The venue now boasts some of the most unique stadium assets in the country.

The stadium regularly seats more than 64,000 for Jaguars home games but is expanded to more than 80,000 for annual events like the NCAA Florida vs. Georgia rivalry game and the TaxSlayer Bowl. EverBank Stadium is home to the world’s largest video boards, which made their debut in 2014. At 362 feet wide and 60 feet high, the two massive end zone displays are wider than the length of a football field and have set the standard for an in-venue visual experience. Another one-of-a-kind stadium asset is the Smart Pharmacy Spas located on FanDuelVille in the north end zone. In the Florida sunshine, there’s no better place for fans to cool off and cheer on the Jags!

In 2016, the Jaguars and City of Jacksonville unveiled the completely reimagined US Assure Club and south end zone. New designs brought to light and modernity into the luxury clubs, emphasizing a field focus with walkout patios at the 50-yard-line, an NFL first, and a wall of windows between the club’s interior and seating bowl. The new south end zone super tunnel brought added drama to The Prowl and gave fans an up-close and personal view of the on-field action inside The Cooler.

The Jaguars’ home stadium has undergone significant changes and upgrades in its 22-year history. But as many new buildings and designs have come on-line in the NFL, Jacksonville is still able to boast one of the most fan-friendly and technologically advanced stadiums in the league.