The Jacksonville Jaguars have shared a first look at conceptual designs for the team’s “Stadium of the Future.” It’s design project nearly three years in the making intended to inspire a transformation of Downtown Jacksonville and secure NFL football in Northeast Florida well into the future.
The Cleveland Browns and FirstEnergy Corp. have agreed to end their stadium naming rights agreement, leaving the team’s home field to be called Cleveland Browns Stadium for now.
The “stadium of the future” where fans watch the Jaguars could be built over that same time frame, though the game plan for exactly how and when that costly endeavor would happen remains a work in progress.
The Tennessee Titans on Tuesday released renderings of the new enclosed stadium at the heart of a proposed $2.1 billion deal with Nashville.
The home of the Cincinnati Bengals is now Paycor Stadium. The Bengals and Cincinnati-based Paycor are expanding their partnership to include stadium naming rights, further strengthening their shared vision and commitment to the Cincinnati community.
Goodbye, Heinz Field. Hello, Acrisure Stadium. Acrisure, a Grand Rapids, Mich.-based fintech company with ties to Steelers minority owner Thomas Tull, has secured the naming rights for the North Shore stadium for the next 15 years.
The Washington Commanders have purchased 200 acres of land in Woodbridge that could be the home of their new stadium project, a $3 billion “mini-city” that would contain a number of entertainment, residential and workspace components.
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft hosted a groundbreaking ceremony at Gillette Stadium on Wednesday that marks the next phase of a massive makeover to the 20-year-old venue in Foxborough.
The Chicago Bears have played home games at Soldier Field since 1971, the NFL’s second-longest stadium residency behind the Green Bay Packers. And for nearly all of those 50 years, the Bears have been trying to leave a stadium that is small by NFL standards.
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.