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Tampa Bay Bucs’ iconic creamsicle jerseys will return this October

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Mike Evans is ready to get in the spirit of '79 | Photo via @buccaneers

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are readying for an exciting 2024-25 season. While we love football, we kind of love the retro jerseys most of all. Last year, Tampa Bay went all out to celebrate their Creamsicle jerseys. The team donned these icons during an October game against the Detroit Lions. If you didn’t know, August 14 is Creamsicle Day in the City of Tampa. Good news, Bucs fans, these jerseys are coming back this season.

The team announced Tuesday that it will wear its classic orange and white uniforms against the Atlanta Falcons on October 27 of the upcoming season, in a Week Eight game at Raymond James Stadium.

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The Buccaneers will focus on a full Creamsicle experience throughout Week Eight of their season, celebrating nearly 50 years of football as well as the rich history of the Bay area. That will include transforming Raymond James Stadium to pay homage to the team’s original home, Tampa Stadium, also known as ‘The Big Sombrero.’ The transformation will include retro field stencils, stadium bunting and video board assets. Fans are encouraged to join in the trip back to the ’70s by donning throwback attire for the game. The first 25,000 fans to enter the stadium will receive Bucco Bruce baseball caps, courtesy of Fifth Third Bank, the game’s sponsor.

a football player in a light orange jersey poses in a studio.
Bucs QB Baker Mayfield poses in the team’s iconic Creamsicle jersey. | Photo via @buccaneers

The Bucs’ official home schedule:

  • Preseason August 23: Miami Dolphins 
  • September 8: Washington Commanders 
  • September 22: Denver Broncos 
  • September 29: Philadelphia Eagles
  • October 21: Baltimore Ravens
  • October 27: Atlanta Falcons 
  • November 10: San Francisco 49ers 
  • December 6: Oakland Raiders 
  • December 29: Carolina Panthers
  • Date TBA: New Orleans Saints

Follow the Bucs on Facebook and Instagram for updates on community events ahead of the NFL season. Don’t forget that last summer Tampa set aside August 14 as the official Creamsicle Day in the city. We want this celebration to come back.

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