The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the stadium authority have reached an agreement on how to pay for $100 million in upgrades to Raymond James Stadium in hopes of landing a Super Bowl in 2019 or 2020.
The team would pay at least $58 million of the total cost with the Hillsborough County tourist tax paying most of the rest.
Improvements would include more and bigger video boards, a better sound system, concession upgrades, and other changes to improve fan experience.
Hopes are to increase chances of Tampa landing a Super Bowl by 2020.
The plan must still be OK’d by Tampa City Council and the Hillsborough County Commission.