The “Carolina Panthers” is a professional American football team situated in Charlotte, North Carolina. The team is part of the South Division, which plays at the National Football Conference (NFC) of the National Football League (NFL).
The team is under the ownership of Jerry Richardson and his family, in fact, they hold a share of 48%, while the rest of the stock was owned by a group comprising of 14 limited partners. According to Forbes Magazine, the Panthers’ value is around $1 billion. The current team’s head coach is Ron Rivera under the leadership of Danny Morrison.
The team plays their home games at the Bank America Stadium, based in the uptown Charlotte. The Carolina Panthers are part of the few NFL teams to play in the Stadium, which is validly known as the Panthers Stadium, LLC.
The Panthers’ first appearance happened back in the year 1995. They ended the year with a record of 7-9 during the end of the 1995 season and 12-4 in the year 1996. They had continuous streaks of losing for 10 years until the year 2003, at the time, the team won the NFC Championship game and made their way to the Super Bowl XXXVII with a losing record of 32-29 against the New Englands Patriots.
After their playoff appearances in the years 2005 and 2008, the team was unsuccessful to reach another playoff until the year 2013 after they ended a record of 12-4 in the National Football Conference of the South Division.
Despite the fraught, the team is still recognized by its winnings. In fact, the team has reached the playoffs five times and made their way to the National Football Conference (NFC) championship game three times. The team also won three titles in the South Division of the NFC and one title in the West Division of NFC.