05/05/2014 10:01 AM -

JACKSONVILLE – The Jacksonville Sharks announced Monday that the team will offer a fan bus to Tampa on Saturday, May 24, providing two-way transportation for fans wishing to see the Sharks square off against the division rival Tampa Bay Storm at Tampa Bay Times Forum. Kickoff for the game is set for 7:30 p.m.

A seat on the bus will cost $65 for 2014 Sharks Season Ticket holders and $75 for non-season ticket holders. This includes transportation to and from the game, as well as a lower bowl ticket to the game. The Sharks will provide complimentary snacks and soft drinks en route, and fans may bring their own soft-sided small cooler with beverages of their choice. Glass containers are prohibited.

The bus is set to depart at 2:00 p.m. on the day of the game, and will be leaving from the South end of the Avenues Mall parking log next to Buca Di Beppo, located at 10334 Southside Blvd. in Jacksonville. The bus will begin its return trip to Jacksonville shortly after the end of the game.

To purchase a seat on the bus, please contact Sharks Corporate Sales Manager Nick Dalcero at (904) 900-2060 ext. 702, or by email at [email protected]

In addition, those who have their own transportation to Tampa but would still like to sit with the Sharks group may purchase tickets through Chris at the Storm’s ticket office by calling 813-301-6812.

About the Jacksonville Sharks

The Jacksonville Sharks are members of the Arena Football League (AFL). The ArenaBowl XXIV and four-time South Division Champions are presented by Sea Best Seafood and play all home games on Sea Best Field at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena. Season Tickets for the 2014 season are now available, two tickets for as low as $121. To purchase your season tickets or for more information, please call (904) 621-0700. Follow the Sharks on facebook at and on Twitter @jaxsharks, as well as the Attack Dance Team at and Chum at

About the AFL

Since its inception in 1987, the Arena Football League has showcased a fast-paced and exciting game to millions of fans in a myriad of markets across the country. The ESPN family of networks and CBS Sports Network will nationally broadcast AFL games each week for the entire season. The AFL schedule then culminates with the ArenaBowl Championship game live on ESPN.