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Football fans across Florida aren't without a few different teams to cheer for. In south Florida, fans make their way to Sun Life Stadium, just north of downtown Miami, for exciting Miami Dolphins games.
Established in 1966 as a part of the old American Football League, the Dolphins have their headquarters in Davie, but play all home games in the suburb of Miami Gardens. You can drive in from nearby cities like North Miami, Miami Beach, and even Fort Lauderdale during the fall and checkout a Dolphins game.
In northeast Florida, closer to Jacksonville, fans find their way to EverBank Field, home of the Jacksonville Jaguars. And in west central Florida, football fans cheer on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sundays at Raymond James Stadium.
A drive in from Kendall is easy enough – just take the Don Shula Expressway and you'll nearly be there! Other nearby cities like Hallandale Beach and Florida City also make for excellent destinations when looking to enjoy Dolphins games this fall. Be sure to have your picture taken with T.D., the Dolphins mascot.
In Tampa, the Buccaneers have been exciting fans since their inception in 1976. Whether you're planning a stay in nearby cities like Auburndale or Bradenton, the drive to Raymond James Stadium should be a quick one. Plan your next visit for Tampa or nearby Dunedin for the fall. Opened in 1998, Raymond James Stadium seats 65,890 fans come game day – be sure you're one of them on your next visit.
Tampa and Raymond James Stadium have also hosted the Super Bowl twice (2001 and 2009) and the ACC Championship Game in college football twice (2008 and 2009). From Sarasota to Venice, don't miss out on any of the hard hits and circus catches during the NFL season; Tampa is crazy for the Buccaneers.
In the far northeast of Florida, visit Jacksonville and experience NFL game day at EverBank Field, home of the Jaguars. Established in 1993, the Jaguars began play at the start of the 1995 NFL season. The Jaguars wear a memorable combination of teal, white, black, and gold, and have a fierce looking Jaguar logo emblazoned on the sides of their helmets. Keep an eye out for Jags mascot Jaxson de Ville.