BUCPOWER.COM was established in January 2002 and has become renowned around the world as the most detailed archive for any NFL team. It reached the staggering total of 100 million hits in the summer of 2022. Every player has their own profile page, every game is reviewed with statistics, pictures and reports and every season and game is covered in full with reports and video highlights. There are now over 10,000 different screens on the site together with over 15,000 images dating back to the founding of the franchise in 1976. It has been and always will be free to access. BUCPOWER.COM was created and is maintained by Paul Stewart. Based in England, he has been a fan of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers since 1982 and is accepted as the leading historian on the franchise. He established a British Buccaneers fan club in December 1984 and ran it for nearly 30 years where it became renowned as the leading NFL fan club in the country. ABOUT PAUL STEWART He has worked extensively in the sports media on both sides of the Atlantic including presenting Sky Sports’ coverage of the NFL in 2001 and 2002. He has also worked for the BBC, Channel 4 and Channel 5 as well as the printed British media. On the other side of the Atlantic, he has appeared regularly on Tampa sports radio in addition to being a regular columnist for the former Tampa Tribune. He has also covered many other sports including golf’s European Tour for the American media. He has worked for many years with the Buccaneers PR team on the production of the annual media guide and has helped over 300 former players with pictures and highlights from their NFL careers. In 2009, he was the subject of an NFL Films documentary surrounding the Buccaneers’ trip to London to play in the International Series game against New England, most of which also appeared in Tampa Bay’s official 2009 season review film. He also replaced Gene Deckerhoff on Buccaneer radio during the game and called Josh Freeman’s first NFL pass. Living in the Devon countryside, he is a past Captain of one of England’s most renowned golf clubs and is a three-time Club Champion and former course record-holder at Sunbury GC.