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Panthers Team Store Set to Reopen at Bank of America Stadium

Tepper Sports and Entertainment has announced that the team store will reopen at Bank of America Stadium on Saturday, October 3, ahead of the Carolina Panthers clash with the Arizona Cardinals.  The following announcement was released today.

The team store will open to Panthers and Charlotte Football Club fans Saturday from 12–4 p.m. Located between the North and Lowe’s (East) Gates, the team store is operated by the team’s retail partner Fanatics, and is stocked with gear from the Panthers and Charlotte’s new Major League Soccer club, Charlotte FC.

The store will follow state and local health guidelines requiring physical distancing and face coverings for all shoppers. In addition, hand sanitizing stations will be available and other precautionary measures will be in effect such as cashless and contactless transactions and a limit on the number of fans allowed inside the store at one time.

“We’re thrilled to invite fans of both the Panthers and Charlotte FC back to the team store, and do so in the safest way possible,” said Tom Glick, President of Tepper Sports and Entertainment. “The team store is the best place to get gear for the whole family, and for those who can’t join us they can still find a great selection of Panthers apparel online at shop.panthers.com and Charlotte FC gear online at MLSstore.com.”

To celebrate the grand re-opening on Oct. 3, customers at the store will save up to 50% on select Panthers apparel and receive a free Panthers gift with any purchase, while supplies last. These special offers are only available at the team store located at Bank of America Stadium.

The store will be open Monday–Friday, 11 a.m.–6 p.m., and Saturday, 12–4 p.m. During Panthers home games, the store will be open only to ticketholders inside the stadium on game day.

North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper announced on September 23 that teams will be allowed to fill their stadiums to 7% capacity and the state continues to combat Covid-19.