- Address: 800 South Mint Street, Charlotte
- Country: United States
- Capacity: 74,000
- Opened: 14 September 1996
- Main use: American football, football
- Tenants: Charlotte FC (football), Panther Football (American football)
Extra stadium info – Bank of America Stadium
The construction costs of the National Football League stadium, which is nicknamed The Vault, were $248 million. The construction of the venue started in 1994. It opened as the Ericsson Stadium. Since 2004, the venue has been known as the Bank of America Stadium. It is known as a venue for several events, like American football, concerts, football and religious gatherings. Several world famous football clubs played at the stadium.
AC Milan and Liverpool FC
In August 2014, the stadium hosted its first match between football clubs with at least one world championship title, when AC Milan from the Italian Republic played against Liverpool FC from the United Kingdom. Liverpool Football Club won the match 2-0 in front of 69,000 fans. AC Milan won their first world championship title in 1969 after beating the Argentine side Estudiantes de La Plata in a two-legged final. Liverpool FC won their first world championship title in 2019 after winning from Flamengo from Brazil. AC Milan and Liverpool FC are among the first sports clubs with 10 million followers on their main social media page.
Charlotte FC of the MLS use the Bank of America Stadium for home games. The club was founded in 2019. Charlotte FC faced DC United in their first-ever Major League Soccer match. DC United won the game. On 6 March 2022, 74,000 people attended the first-ever MLS home game of Charlotte FC at the Bank of America Stadium. Charlotte FC faced the LA Galaxy in that game.
Panther Football of the NFL also use the Bank of America Stadium for home matches. The club was founded in 1993. Panther Football, commonly known as the Carolina Panthers, became one of the first American football clubs with 1 million followers on their main social media page. They played their home games in their inaugural NFL season in South Carolina. In 1996, Panther Football drew an average home attendance of 69,000 in their first NFL season at their current home. That year, they finished first place after 16 matches in their NFL conference. The Panthers won 12 matches and four matches ended in a draw.