The New Orleans Saints and Caesars Entertainment announced Monday the formation of a 20-year, exclusive naming-rights partnership that rebrands New Orleans’ iconic downtown stadium as the Caesars Superdome.
The New Orleans Saints have now been allowed to enter a partnership that will eventually see Mercedes-Benz Superdome — an arena that currently shares a sponsor with the hated Atlanta Falcons — change its name to one of the most recognizable gambling venues in all the world: Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.
A source has confirmed that the Bills are planning to build a new stadium in Orchard Park. The new stadium will be open air, but with partial covering for fans in the stands. The entire project is expected to require 3-5 years start to finish.
The Jacksonville Jaguars and owner Shad Khan are proposing a plan for a development project around TIAA Bank Field that would include the stand-alone football facility desired by coach Urban Meyer.
Clubbing has become a Las Vegas staple over the years so it’s only fitting that people attending events at Allegiant Stadium will be able to get in on the fun, while also taking in the action.
The Buffalo Bills announced this week that Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield of Western New York will be the new naming rights partner of their stadium in Orchard Park, NY.
Super Bowl LV will host 22,000 fans in Raymond James Stadium. Nearly 7,500 of those in attendance will be vaccinated health care workers as guests of the NFL to thank and honor them for their continued extraordinary service during the pandemic. There will also be 14,500 additional fans in attendance.
Any potential extension of the Jaguars’ current lease with the city of Jacksonville beyond 2030 would have to clear several NFL hurdles, including a major renovation of TIAA Bank Field, before owner Shad Khan could even consider signing an agreement, team President Mark Lamping told the Times-Union.
The name CenturyLink Field is no more as the Seattle venue will be known as Lumen Field, the move reflecting CenturyLink’s rebranding as Lumen Technologies in September.
From a hidden baseball dugout to garbled scoreboard, old memories abound in the former San Diego, Jack Murphy, Qualcomm, SDCCU Stadium