18. Raymond James Stadium (Buccaneers)
How you feel about Raymond James Stadiums depends largely on how you feel about giant replica pirate ships. It’s not exactly a playground, but fans can get their picture taken in front of the ship when they visit Raymond James Stadium. There’s also a whole song and dance revolving around the ship when the Buccaneers score.
However, outside of the ship, this is a rather ordinary stadium. It’s not particularly close to downtown Tampa, so unless you enjoy tailgating, there’s nothing to do pre-game around the stadium. The Bucs also share Raymond James with the University of South Florida. To be fair, renovations performed in 2016 have helped it stay ahead of some other stadiums, but outside of the unique pirate ship, there’s nothing all that special about Tampa’s home field.