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Downtown Tampa is fully committed to providing equitable access to the City’s programs and services.  The City of Tampa's ADA Coordinator facilitates the City’s efforts to ensure compliance under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), ADA Amendments (ADAA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. The mission is to ensure the City’s services and programs are accessible to persons with disabilities. 

Downtown Parking

Vehicles must have a state-issued disabled hangtag or license plate to park in designated spots. ADA accessible parking will be available in all downtown parking garages and lots. Disabled parking spaces are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

ADA & Accessibility - Super Bowl Experience Presented by Lowe's

Accessible parking is available at all surrounding public lots. Limited accessible parking is available at the Green St at Julian B. Lane Park lot on a first-come, first-serve basis.
City of Tampa

The present on-street disabled parking inventory consists of thirty-three (33) designated spaces located throughout the downtown core area. Florida State Statute Chapter 553.5041(4b) states that there must be one (1) accessible parking space for each 150 metered on-street parking spaces provided by state agencies and political subdivisions. The City of Tampa meets and exceeds this total as we currently provide one (1) accessible space per every 43 on-street spaces within the downtown core. The disabled patron must display his/her disabled placard or have a disabled license plate to park in these spaces.

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Raymond James Stadium

Raymond James Stadium and its amenities were carefully designed to provide an enjoyable experience for all guests within the guidelines of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Disabled and wheelchair seating is available throughout Raymond James Stadium.


Vehicles must have a state-issued disabled hangtag or license plate to enter disabled parking areas in Lots A, CW, 3D and 6 on gameday. Disabled parking spaces are first-come, first-served for those requesting disabled parking.

There is a courtesy disabled cart service from the disabled parking areas contiguous to the stadium. These carts are for disabled fans and one companion. The carts take fans to the closest entrance only. Please look for golf carts labeled “Tampa Sports Authority.” There are no cart services inside the stadium. If a person needs additional assistance, please contact a guest services representative once inside the gates of the stadium.

Disabled Drop-Off and Pick-Up Area

Guests with disabilities may be dropped off near the stadium at designated parking lot entrances close to the gate indicated on their tickets. 

Gates A, D and Hyundai West Club; From Dale Mabry Highway Enter Lot A/3D, Located just south of the pedestrian bridge.

Gates B, C and East Club; From Himes Avenue Enter at Lot B/C across from Ohio Street

Public or chartered transportation may drop off guests with disabilities at entrances A and C. 

Mobility Assistance

Contact the mobility assistance hotline (888) 745-1455 or send an email if you will need mobility assistance on gameday. ADA parking lots are available and can be purchased at Elevators for guests with disabilities are available near Gates A and C. Elevators in the two stadium clubs are for suite ticket holders and club guests with disabilities.

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Additional accessibility information including entrances, first aid, listening devices, service animals, and special dietary/medical needs, please visit the Raymond James Stadium Accessibility page.


If you have questions about accessibility and amenities at Raymond James Stadium, please visit a guest services booth during an event. for more information, please ask for the accessibility guide at any guest services booth. For ADA-related questions or needs, please call (888) 745-1455 or email

Important Note

The Special Needs Request Form allows guests with disabilities to bring medically necessary items into the stadium. Documentation is required. This form must be filled out and submitted electronically during regular business hours at least 72 hours prior to the game or event requested. *Please note, this is not a ticket request form.