List of sports venues with sole naming rights

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The following is a list of sports venues with sole naming rights:

Present naming rights[edit]

Australia[edit]

In Australia, the most important distinction regarding outdoor stadiums is the shape of their fields:

  • Oval stadiums — Generally used for cricket and Australian rules football. Can be used for rectangular-field sports, but seating arrangement is not necessarily optimal.
  • Rectangular stadiums — Used for the rugby codes and soccer, and generally cannot be used for oval-field sports.

A few stadiums with oval fields have movable seating that can readily accommodate rectangular-field sports.

Name Location Type Notes
AAMI Park Melbourne, Victoria Rectangular stadium
AAMI Stadium Adelaide, South Australia Oval stadium
Acer Arena Sydney, New South Wales Multi-purpose indoor arena
Adelaide Arena Adelaide, South Australia Multi-purpose indoor arena
Allianz Stadium Sydney, New South Wales Rectangular stadium
ANZ Stadium Sydney, New South Wales Multi-purpose outdoor stadium Movable seating accommodates both oval and rectangular fields.
Aurora Stadium Launceston, Tasmania Oval stadium
Bendigo Bank Stadium Mandurah, Western Australia Oval stadium
Bluetongue Central Coast Stadium Gosford, New South Wales Rectangular stadium
Blundstone Arena Hobart, Tasmania Oval stadium
Brownes Stadium Lathlain, Western Australia Oval stadium
Centrebet Stadium Penrith Penrith, New South Wales Rectangular stadium
City Mazda Stadium Richmond, South Australia Oval stadium
Dairy Farmers Stadium Townsville, Queensland Rectangular stadium
Etihad Stadium Melbourne, Victoria Retractable-roof multi-purpose stadium Movable seating accommodates both oval and rectangular fields.
Hisense Arena Melbourne, Victoria Multi-purpose indoor arena
Hunter Stadium Newcastle, New South Wales Rectangular stadium
Medibank Stadium Leederville, Western Australia Oval stadium
nib Stadium Perth, Western Australia Rectangular stadium Formerly an oval stadium.
Patersons Stadium Subiaco, Western Australia Oval stadium
Skilled Park Gold Coast, Queensland Rectangular stadium
Simmonds Stadium Geelong, Victoria Oval stadium
Steel Blue Oval Bassendean, Western Australia Oval stadium
Suncorp Stadium Milton, Queensland Rectangular stadium
TIO Stadium Darwin, Northern Territory Oval stadium
Toyota Stadium Woolooware, New South Wales Rectangular stadium
Westpac Centre Melbourne, Victoria Multi-purpose indoor arena Now used exclusively as a sport training centre.
WIN Entertainment Centre Wollongong, New South Wales Multi-purpose indoor arena
WIN Jubilee Oval Kogarah, New South Wales Oval stadium Although an oval stadium, it is primarily used for rugby league.
WIN Stadium Wollongong, New South Wales Rectangular stadium

Austria[edit]

Name Location Type Notes
Cashpoint Arena Wals-Siezenheim Football stadium [1]
Red Bull Arena Wals-Siezenheim Football stadium
Red Bull Ring Spielberg Auto racing Formerly A1 Ring
UPC-Arena Graz Football stadium
Generali Arena Vienna Football stadium

Belgium[edit]

Name Location Type Notes
Cristal Arena Genk Football stadium
Ghelamco Arena Ghent Football stadium
Argosstadion Achter de Kazerne Mechelen Football stadium

Brazil[edit]

Name Location Type Notes
Allianz Parque São Paulo, São Paulo Football stadium
Arena Unimed/Sicoob Cariacica, Espírito Santo Football stadium
Citibank Hall RJ Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro Multi-purpose indoor arena
Credicard Hall São Paulo, São Paulo Multi-purpose indoor arena
HSBC Arena Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro Multi-purpose indoor arena
Itaipava Arena Fonte Nova Salvador, Bahia Football stadium
Itaipava Arena Pernambuco São Lourenço da Mata, Pernambuco Football stadium

Canada[edit]

In accord with Canadian English usage, "football" refers to Canadian football unless otherwise indicated, and association football is called "soccer".

Name Location Type Notes
Air Canada Centre Toronto, Ontario Multi-purpose indoor arena
Barrie Molson Centre Barrie, Ontario Multi-purpose indoor arena
Bell Centre Montréal, Québec Multi-purpose indoor arena
BMO Field Toronto, Ontario Soccer-specific stadium
Brandt Centre Regina, Saskatchewan Multi-purpose indoor arena
Canad Inns Stadium Winnipeg, Manitoba Football stadium (CFL) Also used for baseball until Shaw Park (see below) was completed in 1999 as Canwest Global Park. To be demolished in 2013 with the upcoming opening of Investors Group Field (below).
Canadian Tire Centre Ottawa, Ontario Multi-purpose indoor arena
Centre Air Creebec Val-d'Or, Québec Multi-purpose indoor arena
CN Centre Prince George, British Columbia Multi-purpose indoor arena
Colisée Desjardins Victoriaville, Québec Multi-purpose indoor arena
Colisée Pepsi Québec City, Québec Multi-purpose indoor arena
Credit Union Centre Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Multi-purpose indoor arena
ENMAX Centre Lethbridge, Alberta Multi-purpose indoor arena
ENMAX Centrium Red Deer, Alberta Multi-purpose indoor arena
General Motors Centre Oshawa, Ontario Multi-purpose indoor arena
Hershey Centre Mississauga, Ontario Multi-purpose indoor arena
Interior Savings Centre Kamloops, British Columbia Multi-purpose indoor arena
Investors Group Field Winnipeg, Manitoba Football stadium (CFL, CIS) Set to open in June 2013.
The Budweiser Gardens London, Ontario Multi-purpose indoor arena Until 2012, it was known as the John Labatt Centre, usually referred to as the "JLC
K-Rock Centre Kingston, Ontario Multi-purpose indoor arena
MTS Centre Winnipeg, Manitoba Multi-purpose indoor arena
Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field Regina, Saskatchewan Football stadium (CFL, CIS)
Powerade Centre Brampton, Ontario Multi-purpose indoor arena
Prospera Centre Chilliwack, British Columbia Multi-purpose indoor arena
Prospera Place Kelowna, British Columbia Multi-purpose indoor arena
Quebecor Arena Québec City, Québec Multi-purpose indoor arena Under construction; scheduled to open in 2015.
Rogers Arena Vancouver, British Columbia Multi-purpose indoor arena Was known as General Motors Place until 2010
Rexall Centre Toronto, Ontario Tennis stadium
Rexall Place Edmonton, Alberta Multi-purpose indoor arena
Ricoh Coliseum Toronto, Ontario Multi-purpose indoor arena
Rogers Centre Toronto, Ontario Multi-purpose retractable-roof stadium (CFL and NFL football, MLB) Also used in the past for basketball.
Saputo Stadium Montréal, Québec Soccer-specific stadium Officially named after the Saputo family, owner of the stadium's main occupant, the Montréal Impact. However, the name can also be interpreted as a sponsorship by Saputo, the Québec dairy products company controlled by the family.
Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre Victoria, British Columbia Multi-purpose indoor arena
Scotiabank Saddledome Calgary, Alberta Multi-purpose indoor arena
Shaw Park Winnipeg, Manitoba Baseball park
Sleeman Centre Guelph, Ontario Multi-purpose indoor arena
Steelback Centre Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario Multi-purpose indoor arena
TD Waterhouse Stadium London, Ontario Football stadium (CIS)
Telus Field Edmonton, Alberta Baseball park
Telus Stadium Québec City, Québec Football stadium (CIS)
Uniprix Stadium Montréal, Québec Tennis stadium
Kal Tire Place Vernon, British Columbia Multi-purpose indoor arena Was known as the Wesbild Centre until 2013

Chile[edit]

Name Location Type Notes
Movistar Arena Santiago indoor arena

China[edit]

Name Location Type Notes
Coca-Cola Stadium Xi'an
Mercedes-Benz Arena Shanghai
MasterCard Center Beijing

Cook Islands[edit]

Name Location Type Notes
BCI Stadium Avarua Multi-purpose stadium

Czech Republic[edit]

Name Location Type Notes
Generali Arena Prague Football stadium
O2 Arena Prague Multi-purpose indoor arena
Tipsport Arena Prague Multi-purpose indoor arena

Denmark[edit]

Name Location Type Notes
PARKEN Copenhagen
NRGi Park Aarhus
TRE-FOR Park Odense
Nordjyske Arena Aalborg
Blue Water Arena Esbjerg
Jyske Bank Boxen Herning
Harboe Arena Slagelse Slagelse
Sydbank Park Haderslev

Ecuador[edit]

Name Location Type Notes
Estadio Monumental Banco Pichincha Guayaquil Football stadium

Estonia[edit]

Name Location Type Notes
A. Le Coq Arena Tallinn Football stadium
Saku Suurhall Arena Tallinn Indoor arena

Finland[edit]

Name Location Type Notes
Sonera Stadium Helsinki
Hartwall Areena Helsinki
Isku Areena Lahti
Barona Areena Espoo
Savon Sanomat Areena Kuopio
ISS Stadion Vantaa
Veritas Stadion Turku

France[edit]

Name Location Type Notes
Allianz Riviera Nice Football stadium
Matmut Stadium Vénissieux, Lyon Rugby union stadium
MMArena Le Mans Football stadium
Kindarena Rouen Multi-purpose indoor arena

Germany[edit]

Name "Traditional" Name Location Type Notes
Allianz Arena - Munich Football stadium
AWD-Arena Niedersachsenstadion Hannover Football stadium
Commerzbank-Arena Waldstadion Frankfurt Football stadium
EasyCredit-Stadion Frankenstadion Nuremberg Football stadium
Esprit Arena - Düsseldorf Football stadium
Imtech Arena Volksparkstadion Hamburg Football stadium
König Pilsener Arena Arena Oberhausen Oberhausen Multi-purpose indoor arena
Lanxess Arena Kölnarena Cologne Multi-purpose indoor arena
Mercedes-Benz Arena Neckarstadion Stuttgart Football stadium
Porsche Arena - Stuttgart Multi-purpose indoor arena
Red Bull Arena Zentralstadion Leipzig Football stadium
rewirpowerSTADION Ruhrstadion Bochum Football stadium
RheinEnergieStadion Müngersdorfer Stadion Cologne Football stadium
SAP Arena - Mannheim Multi-purpose indoor arena
Saturn Arena - Ingolstadt Multi-purpose indoor arena
Signal Iduna Park Westfalenstadion Dortmund Football stadium
Tamiya Raceway Sonneberg - Sonneberg Radio-controlled car circuit
TUI Arena - Hannover Multi-purpose indoor arena
Veltins-Arena Arena AufSchalke Gelsenkirchen Retractable-roof football stadium
with retractable playing surface
Volkswagen Arena - Wolfsburg Football stadium
Volkswagen Halle - Braunschweig Multi-purpose indoor arena
Warsteiner HockeyPark - Mönchengladbach Field hockey stadium

Greece[edit]

Name Location Type Notes
Skoda Xanthi Arena Xanthi Football stadium

Israel[edit]

Name Location Type Notes
Nokia Arena Tel Aviv Multi-purpose indoor arena Originally an open-air venue.

Italy[edit]

Name Location Type Notes
ADRIATIC Arena Pesaro Multi-purpose indoor arena
Land Rover Arena Bologna Multi-purpose indoor arena
Mediolanum Forum Milan Multi-purpose indoor arena
PalaLottomatica Rome Multi-purpose indoor arena
PalaWhirlpool Varese Multi-purpose indoor arena

Japan[edit]

Name Location Type Notes
Ajinomoto Stadium Chōfu, Tokyo Football (soccer) stadium Also used for rugby and American football.
Best Amenity Stadium Tosu, Saga Football (soccer) stadium Also regularly used for rugby.
Fukuda Denshi Arena Chiba Football (soccer) stadium Also regularly used for rugby.
QVC Marine Field Chiba Retractable-roof baseball stadium (NPB)
Denka Big Swan Stadium Niigata City Football (soccer) stadium
Fukuoka Yahoo! Japan Dome Fukuoka Retractable-roof baseball stadium (NPB)
Hard Off Eco Stadium Niigata Baseball stadium
Noevir Stadium Kobe Kobe Football (soccer) stadium Also regularly used for rugby.
Hotto Motto Field Kobe Kobe Baseball stadium (NPB)
Kincho Stadium Osaka Football (soccer) stadium Also regularly used for rugby.
Kleenex Stadium Miyagi Sendai Baseball stadium (NPB)
Kyocera Dome Osaka Osaka Baseball stadium (NPB)
Level-5 stadium Fukuoka Football (soccer) stadium Also regularly used for rugby.
Makomanai Sekisui Heim Stadium Sapporo Speed skating stadium
Makomanai Sekisui Heim Ice Arena Sapporo Multi-purpose indoor arena
Mazda Stadium Hiroshima Baseball stadium (NPB)
Edion Stadium Hiroshima Hiroshima Football (soccer) stadium Also regularly used for rugby.
NACK5 Stadium Omiya Saitama Football (soccer) stadium
IAI Stadium Nihondaira Shizuoka Football (soccer) stadium
Nippon Gaishi Hall Nagoya Multi-purpose indoor arena
Nissan Stadium Yokohama Football (soccer) stadium
Ōita Bank Dome Oita Football (soccer) stadium
Pocari Sweat Stadium Naruto Football (soccer) stadium
Tamiya Kakegawa Circuit Kakegawa, Shizuoka Radio-controlled car circuit Privately owned by named company, also function as a test track
Tamiya Oshika Circuit Suruga-ku, Shizuoka Radio-controlled car circuit Privately owned by named company, also function as a test track
Toyota Stadium Toyota City Football (soccer) stadium Also regularly used for rugby.
Yamanashi Chuo Bank Stadium Kofu Football (soccer) stadium Also regularly used for rugby.
Yanmar Stadium Osaka Football (soccer) stadium Also regularly used for rugby.

Lithuania[edit]

Name Location Type Notes
Lietuvos Rytas Arena Vilnius Multi-purpose indoor arena
Siemens Arena Vilnius Multi-purpose indoor arena

Mexico[edit]

Name Location Type Main occupant Notes
Estadio Azul Mexico City Football stadium Cruz Azul
Estadio Banorte Culiacán Football stadium Dorados de Sinaloa
Estadio Caliente Tijuana Football stadium Tijuana
Estadio de Beisbol Calimax Tijuana Baseball park Tijuana Potros
Estadio Casas GEO Mexicali Baseball park Águilas de Mexicali
Estadio Corona Torreón Football stadium Santos Laguna
Estadio Cuauhtemoc Puebla Football stadium Puebla
Estadio Omnilife Guadalajara Football stadium Guadalajara
Estadio Victoria Aguascalientes Football stadium Necaxa
Foro Sol Mexico City Baseball park Diablos Rojos del México

Netherlands[edit]

Name Location Type Notes
De Grolsch Veste Enschede Football stadium
AFAS Stadion Alkmaar Football stadium
GN Bouw Stadion Dordrecht Football stadium
Kras Stadion Volendam Football stadium
Mandemakers Stadion Waalwijk Football stadium
Mitsubishi Forklift Stadion Almere Football stadium
Philips Stadion Eindhoven Football stadium
Univé Stadion Emmen Football stadium
Offermans Joosten Stadion Sittard Football stadium
Kyocera Stadion The Hague Football stadium

New Zealand[edit]

Name Location Type Notes
Alpine Energy Stadium Timaru, Canterbury Rugby stadium
AMI Stadium (Lancaster Park) Christchurch, Canterbury multi-purpose stadium Although AMI continues to hold naming rights to Lancaster Park, the stadium has not been used since it suffered catastrophic damage in the 2011 Christchurch earthquake.
AMI Stadium (Rugby League Park) Christchurch, Canterbury Rugby stadium After the aforementioned earthquake, AMI received naming rights to the less severely damaged Rugby League Park, which is now the city's main rugby stadium.
ASB Baypark Mount Maunganui, Bay of Plenty multi-purpose stadium
ASB Football Park Christchurch, Canterbury multi-purpose stadium
CBS Canterbury Arena Christchurch, Canterbury Multi-purpose indoor arena
FMG Stadium Palmerston North Central, Manawatu-Wanganui Rugby stadium and motorcycle speedway
Forsyth Barr Stadium Dunedin, Otago multi-purpose stadium
Vodafone Events Centre Manukau City, Auckland Region Multi-purpose indoor arena
TSB Bank Arena Wellington, Wellington Region Multi-purpose indoor arena
Westpac Stadium Wellington, Wellington Region multi-purpose stadium
Vector Arena Auckland, Auckland Region multi-purpose stadium

Norway[edit]

Name Location Type Notes
AKA Arena Hønefoss Football stadium Formerly Hønefoss Stadion
Aker Stadion Molde Football stadium Formerly Molde Stadion
Color Line Stadion Ålesund Football stadium
Komplett.no Arena Sandefjord Football stadium
Skagerak Arena Skien Football stadium
Sør Arena Kristiansand Football stadium
Telenor Arena Bærum Domed football stadium

Philippines[edit]

Name Location Type Notes
Filoil Flying V Arena San Juan Multi-purpose indoor arena Formerly "The Arena in San Juan"
Smart Araneta Coliseum Quezon City Multi-purpose indoor arena Formerly "Araneta Coliseum"
Emperador Stadium Taguig City Football stadium AKA "Mckinley Hill Football Field"

Poland[edit]

Name Location Type Notes
PGE Arena Gdańsk Gdańsk Football Stadium
INEA Stadion Poznań Football Stadium
Pepsi Arena Warsaw Football Stadium

Republic of Ireland[edit]

Name Location Type Notes
Aviva Stadium Dublin Football (soccer) and rugby stadium
Musgrave Park Cork Rugby stadium
Flancare Park Longford Football stadium
Century Homes Park Monaghan Football stadium
Hunky Dorys Park Drogheda Football stadium [1]

Russia[edit]

Name Location Type Notes
TatNeft Arena Kazan Ice hockey arena

Slovakia[edit]

Name Location Type Notes
Steel Aréna Košice Multi-purpose indoor arena

South Africa[edit]

Outdoor stadiums are listed by their primary sport. Many stadiums regularly host matches in sports other than their primary ones; this is especially true with regard to stadiums hosting rugby union and football (soccer).

Name Location Type Notes
axxess DSL St Georges Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape Cricket stadium
Bidvest Stadium Johannesburg, Gauteng Football stadium
BIDVest Wanderers Stadium Johannesburg, Gauteng Cricket stadium
Chevrolet Park Bloemfontein, Free State Cricket stadium
Coca-Cola Dome Johannesburg, Gauteng Multi-purpose indoor arena
De Beers Diamond Oval Kimberley, Northern Cape Cricket stadium
FNB Stadium Johannesburg, Gauteng Football stadium
Growthpoint Kings Park Stadium Durban, KwaZulu-Natal Rugby union stadium
GWK Park Kimberley, Northern Cape Rugby union stadium
Profert Olën Park Potchefstroom, North West Rugby union stadium
Sahara Park Newlands Cape Town, Western Cape Cricket stadium
Sahara Stadium Kingsmead Durban, KwaZulu-Natal Cricket stadium
Sahara Willowmoore Park Benoni, Gauteng, Gauteng Cricket stadium
Senwes Park Potchefstroom, North West Cricket stadium
SuperSport Park Centurion, Gauteng Cricket stadium
Vodacom Park Bloemfontein, Free State Cricket stadium

Spain[edit]

Name Location Type Notes
Iberostar Stadium Palma de Mallorca
Power8 Stadium Barcelona

Sweden[edit]

Name Location Type Notes
ABB Arena Västerås Multi-purpose indoor arena
AXA Sports Center Södertälje Ice hockey arena
Behrn Arena Örebro Football stadium
Coop Norrbotten Arena Luleå Ice hockey arena
E.ON Arena Timrå Ice hockey arena
Ericsson Globe Stockholm Multi-purpose indoor arena
Fjällräven Center Örnsköldsvik Multi-purpose indoor arena
Friends Arena Solna Football stadium
FM Mattsson Arena Mora Multi-purpose indoor arena
Gavlerinken Arena Gävle Multi-purpose indoor arena
Kinnarps Arena Jönköping Ice hockey arena
Löfbergs Arena Karlstad Ice hockey arena
Myresjöhus Arena Växjö Football stadium
Norrporten Arena Sundsvall Multi-purpose stadium
PEAB Arena Nyköping Ice hockey arena
Saab Arena Linköping Multi-purpose indoor arena
Skellefteå Kraft Arena Skellefteå Ice hockey arena
Swedbank Stadion Malmö Football stadium
Swedbank Park Västerås Multi-purpose stadium
Tegera Arena Leksand Ice hockey arena
Tele2 Arena Stockholm Multi-purpose stadium
T3 Arena Umeå Multi-purpose stadium
T3 Center Umeå Ice hockey arena
Udominate Arena Umeå Multi-purpose indoor arena

Switzerland[edit]

Name Location Type Notes
Diners Club Arena Rapperswil-Jona
BCF Arena Fribourg Hockey stadium
Valiant Arena Davos Hockey stadium
PostFinance Arena Bern Multi-purpose indoor arena
Swisspor Arena Lucerne
AFG Arena St. Gallen Multi-Purpose Arena
Stockhornstrasse Arena Thun Multi-purpose indoor arena

Turkey[edit]

Name Location Type Notes
Türk Telekom Arena Istanbul Multi-purpose stadium
Ülker Sports Arena Istanbul Multi-purpose indoor arena
Vodafone Arena Istanbul Football stadium Under construction

United Kingdom[edit]

England[edit]

Each outdoor stadium is listed by the sports or football codes that primarily use it. "Football" here refers to association football. Many stadiums are occasionally used to host matches in codes other than their primary ones.

Name Location Type Notes
Allianz Park Hendon, London Rugby union and athletics stadium
Kia Oval Kennington Cricket stadium
Banks's Stadium Walsall Football stadium
The Balfour Webnet Darlington Arena Darlington Football stadium
Bargain Booze Stadium Northwich Football stadium [1]
Coral Windows Stadium Bradford Football stadium
Bright Finance Stadium Sheffield Football stadium
Britannia Stadium Stoke-on-Trent Football stadium
EBB Stadium Aldershot Football stadium
The Cherry Red Records Stadium Kingston upon Thames Football stadium
DW Stadium Wigan Football and rugby league stadium
Echo Arena Liverpool Liverpool Multi-purpose indoor arena
Emirates Durham ICG Chester-le-Street, County Durham Cricket stadium
Emirates Stadium Holloway, London Football stadium
Exacta Stadium Chester Football stadium The stadium's front gates and access road are in Chester, but its pitch lies in Wales.
Galpharm Stadium Huddersfield Football and rugby league stadium
Grattan Stadium Odsal Rugby league stadium
Halliwell Jones Stadium Warrington Rugby league stadium
The Jakemans Stadium Boston Football stadium
KC Stadium Hull Football and rugby league stadium
Keepmoat Stadium Doncaster Football and rugby league stadium
King Power Stadium Leicester Football stadium
KitKat Crescent York Football stadium
London Borough of Barking & Dagenham Stadium Dagenham Football stadium
Look Local Stadium Stocksbridge Football stadium
Metro Radio Arena Newcastle Newcastle Multi-purpose indoor arena
Sports Direct Arena Newcastle Football Stadium
Etihad Stadium Manchester Football Stadium
The O2 Greenwich, London Multi-purpose indoor arena
Pirelli Stadium Burton upon Trent Football stadium
Macron Stadium Horwich Football stadium
Ricoh Arena Coventry Football stadium
Seward Stadium Bournemouth Football stadium

Wales[edit]

Name Location Type Notes
Liberty Stadium Swansea Football and rugby union stadium
SWALEC Stadium Cardiff Cricket ground

United States[edit]

Stadiums are listed by their primary use; many stadiums will host events in other sports. In accordance with American English usage, "football" refers specifically to American football, and association football is called "soccer".

Name Location Type Notes
1st Mariner Arena Baltimore, Maryland Multi-purpose indoor arena
Alerus Center Grand Forks, North Dakota Multi-purpose indoor arena
Alexian Field Schaumburg, Illinois Baseball stadium Also used for cricket.
NBT Bank Stadium Syracuse, New York Baseball stadium
Alliant Energy Center Madison, Wisconsin Multi-purpose indoor arena
Alliant Energy Field Clinton, Iowa Baseball stadium
All Pro Freight Stadium Avon, Ohio Baseball stadium
Allstate Arena Rosemont, Illinois Multi-purpose indoor arena
American Airlines Arena Miami, Florida Multi-purpose indoor arena
American Airlines Center Dallas, Texas Multi-purpose indoor arena
American Bank Center Corpus Christi, Texas Multi-purpose indoor arena
Amway Center Orlando, Florida Multi-purpose indoor arena
Androscoggin Bank Colisée Lewiston, Maine Multi-purpose indoor arena
Apogee Stadium Denton, Texas Football stadium
Appalachian Power Park Charleston, West Virginia Baseball stadium
Arm & Hammer Park Trenton, New Jersey Baseball stadium
Arvest Ballpark Springdale, Arkansas Baseball stadium
AT&T Center San Antonio, Texas Multi-purpose indoor arena
AT&T Field Chattanooga, Tennessee Baseball stadium
AT&T Park San Francisco, California Baseball stadium (MLB) Also occasionally used for football.
AT&T Stadium Arlington, Texas Retractable-roof Football stadium Also occasionally used for basketball and soccer.
Auto Club Speedway Fontana, California Auto racing superspeedway
AutoZone Park Memphis, Tennessee Baseball stadium
Avista Stadium Spokane, Washington Baseball stadium
BancorpSouth Arena Tupelo, Mississippi Multi-purpose indoor arena
Alaska Airlines Arena at Hec Edmundson Pavilion Seattle, Washington Multi-purpose indoor arena
Bank of America Stadium Charlotte, North Carolina Football stadium
The Bank of Kentucky Center Highland Heights, Kentucky Multi-purpose indoor arena
Bankers Life Fieldhouse Indianapolis, Indiana Multi-purpose indoor arena
BankUnited Center Coral Gables, Florida Multi-purpose indoor arena
Barclays Center Brooklyn, New York Basketball arena
BBVA Compass Stadium Houston, Texas Multi-purpose outdoor stadium
BB&T Center Sunrise, Florida Multi-purpose indoor arena
BB&T Field Winston-Salem, North Carolina Football stadium
BB&T Coastal Field Myrtle Beach, South Carolina Baseball stadium
Bethpage Ballpark Central Islip, New York Baseball stadium
Big Sandy Superstore Arena Huntington, West Virginia Multi-purpose indoor arena
Bi-Lo Center Greenville, South Carolina Multi-purpose indoor arena
Blue Cross Arena Rochester, New York Multi-purpose indoor arena
BMO Harris Bank Center Rockford, Illinois Multi-purpose indoor arena
BMO Harris Bradley Center Milwaukee, Wisconsin Multi-purpose indoor arena
Bojangles' Coliseum Charlotte, North Carolina Multi-purpose indoor arena
BOK Center Tulsa, Oklahoma Multi-purpose indoor arena
Bridgestone Arena Nashville, Tennessee Multi-purpose indoor arena
Bright House Field Clearwater, Florida Baseball stadium Spring training home of the Philadelphia Phillies
Bright House Networks Stadium Orlando, Florida Football stadium
Budweiser Events Center Loveland, Colorado Multi-purpose indoor arena
Busch Stadium St. Louis, Missouri Baseball stadium (MLB)
Calsonic Arena Shelbyville, Tennessee Multi-purpose indoor arena
Campbell's Field Camden, New Jersey Baseball stadium
Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium College Park, Maryland Football stadium Also occasionally used for lacrosse.
Carrier Dome Syracuse, New York Multi-purpose domed stadium (football, basketball, lacrosse)
Centene Stadium Great Falls, Montana Football stadium
CenturyLink Arena Boise Boise, Idaho Multi-purpose indoor arena
CenturyLink Center Bossier City, Louisiana Multi-purpose indoor arena
CenturyLink Center Omaha Omaha, Nebraska Multi-purpose indoor arena
CenturyLink Field Seattle, Washington Football stadium Also used for soccer.
CFE Arena Orlando, Florida Multi-purpose indoor arena
Champion Window Field Florence, Kentucky Baseball stadium
Chase Field Phoenix, Arizona Retractable-roof baseball stadium (MLB) Also occasionally used for football and basketball.
Chesapeake Energy Arena Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Multi-purpose indoor arena
Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Baseball stadium
Cintas Center Cincinnati, Ohio Multi-purpose indoor arena
Citi Field New York City Baseball stadium (MLB)
Citizens Bank Park Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Baseball stadium (MLB)
Citizens Business Bank Arena Ontario, California Multi-purpose indoor arena
City Bank Coliseum Lubbock, Texas Multi-purpose indoor arena
Classic Park Eastlake, Ohio Baseball stadium
Clear Channel Stadium Lancaster, California Baseball stadium
Clipper Magazine Stadium Lancaster, Pennsylvania Baseball stadium
CMC-NorthEast Stadium Kannapolis, North Carolina Baseball stadium
Coca-Cola Field Buffalo, New York Baseball stadium
Coca-Cola Park Allentown, Pennsylvania Baseball stadium
Colonial Life Arena Columbia, South Carolina Multi-purpose indoor arena
Cooley Law School Stadium Lansing, Michigan Baseball stadium
Coolray Field Lawrenceville, Georgia Baseball stadium
Comcast Arena at Everett Everett, Washington Multi-purpose indoor arena
Comerica Park Detroit, Michigan Baseball stadium (MLB)
Commerce Bank Ballpark Bridgewater, New Jersey Baseball stadium
CommunityAmerica Ballpark Kansas City, Kansas Baseball stadium Also used for soccer.
Compuware Arena Plymouth Township, Michigan Multi-purpose indoor arena
Consol Energy Center Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Multi-purpose indoor arena
Consol Energy Park Washington, Pennsylvania Baseball stadium
Coors Events Center Boulder, Colorado Multi-purpose indoor arena
Coors Field Denver, Colorado Baseball stadium (MLB)
Covelli Centre Youngstown, Ohio Multi-purpose indoor arena
Cox Convention Center Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Multi-purpose indoor arena
Cox Pavilion Las Vegas, Nevada Multi-purpose indoor arena
DCU Center Worcester, Massachusetts Multi-purpose indoor arena
Dell Diamond Round Rock, Texas Baseball stadium
Dick's Sporting Goods Park Commerce City, Colorado Soccer-specific stadium [1]
Dignity Health Event Center Bakersfield, California Basketball arena
Dow Diamond Midland, Michigan Baseball stadium
Dr Pepper Arena Frisco, Texas Multi-purpose indoor arena
Dr Pepper Ballpark Frisco, Texas Baseball stadium
Dunkin' Donuts Center Providence, Rhode Island Multi-purpose indoor arena
Edward Jones Dome St. Louis, Missouri Domed football stadium
EnergySolutions Arena Salt Lake City, Utah Multi-purpose indoor arena
Erie Insurance Arena Erie, Pennsylvania Multi-purpose indoor arena
EverBank Field Jacksonville, Florida Football stadium (NFL)
FedExField Landover, Maryland Football stadium
FedExForum Memphis, Tennessee Multi-purpose indoor arena
Fifth Third Arena Cincinnati, Ohio Multi-purpose indoor arena
Fifth Third Ballpark Comstock Park, Michigan Baseball stadium
Fifth Third Bank Ballpark Geneva, Illinois Baseball stadium
Fifth Third Bank Stadium Kennesaw, Georgia Soccer-specific stadium Also used for football.
Fifth Third Field Dayton, Ohio Baseball stadium
Fifth Third Field Toledo, Ohio Baseball stadium
First Arena Elmira, New York Multi-purpose indoor arena
FirstEnergy Park Lakewood, New Jersey Baseball stadium
FirstEnergy Stadium Cleveland, Ohio Football stadium Also occasionally used for soccer.
FirstEnergy Stadium Reading, Pennsylvania Baseball stadium
First Niagara Center Buffalo, New York Multi-purpose indoor arena
Fluor Field at the West End Greenville, South Carolina Baseball stadium
Ford Arena Beaumont, Texas Multi-purpose indoor arena
Ford Center Evansville, Indiana Multi-purpose indoor arena
Ford Field Detroit, Michigan Domed football stadium
Frontier Field Rochester, New York Baseball stadium
GCS Ballpark Sauget, Illinois Baseball stadium
Germain Arena Estero, Florida Multi-purpose indoor arena
Giant Center Hershey, Pennsylvania Multi-purpose indoor arena
Gillette Stadium Foxborough, Massachusetts Football stadium Also used for soccer.
Great American Ball Park Cincinnati, Ohio Baseball stadium (MLB)
Heinz Field Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Football stadium
Honda Center Anaheim, California Multi-purpose indoor arena
HTC Center Conway, South Carolina Multi-purpose indoor arena Here, "HTC" is not the Taiwanese electronics company, but rather local telephone provider Horry Telephone Cooperative.
Huntington Center Toledo, Ohio Multi-purpose indoor arena
Huntington Park Columbus, Ohio Baseball stadium
i wireless Center Moline, Illinois Multi-purpose indoor arena
Infineon Raceway Sonoma, California Road racing course
InfoCision Stadium – Summa Field Akron, Ohio Football stadium
Intrust Bank Arena Wichita, Kansas Multi-purpose indoor arena
Izod Center East Rutherford, New Jersey Multi-purpose indoor arena
Jamestown Savings Bank Ice Arena Jamestown, New York Multi-purpose indoor arena
Providence Park Portland, Oregon Multi-purpose outdoor stadium
Jobing.com Arena Glendale, Arizona Multi-purpose indoor arena
Jones AT&T Stadium Lubbock, Texas Football stadium
Jostens Center Lake Buena Vista, Florida Multi-purpose indoor arena
KeyArena Seattle, Washington Multi-purpose indoor arena
KFC Yum! Center Louisville, Kentucky Multi-purpose indoor arena
Klöckner Stadium Charlottesville, Virginia Soccer and lacrosse stadium
Knology Park Dunedin, Florida Baseball stadium
Lander's Center Southaven, Mississippi Multi-purpose indoor arena
Laredo Energy Arena Laredo, Texas Multi-purpose indoor arena
Levi's Stadium Santa Clara, California Football stadium (NFL)
Liberty Bank Stadium Jonesboro, Arkansas Football stadium
Lincoln Financial Field Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Football stadium
Louisville Slugger Field Louisville, Kentucky Baseball stadium
LP Field Nashville, Tennessee Football stadium
Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis Indianapolis, Indiana Auto racing facility
Lucas Oil Stadium Indianapolis, Indiana Retractable-roof football stadium Used occasionally for basketball.
M&T Bank Stadium Baltimore, Maryland Football stadium
McDonald's Olympic Swim Stadium Los Angeles, California Swimming venue Money was provided entirely by McDonald's and its franchisees to build the venue[2]
MassMutual Center Springfield, Massachusetts Multi-purpose indoor arena
Maverik Center West Valley City, Utah Multi-purpose indoor arena
Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca Monterey, California Road racing course
MCU Park Brooklyn, New York Baseball stadium
Melaleuca Field Idaho Falls, Idaho Baseball stadium
Mercedes-Benz Superdome New Orleans, Louisiana Domed football stadium Also used for basketball
MetLife Stadium East Rutherford, New Jersey Football stadium (NFL) Also used for soccer
Metro Bank Park Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Baseball stadium
Miller Park Milwaukee, Wisconsin Retractable-roof baseball stadium (MLB)
Minute Maid Park Houston, Texas Retractable-roof baseball stadium (MLB)
Moda Center Portland, Oregon Multi-purpose indoor arena
Modern Woodmen Park Davenport, Iowa Baseball stadium
Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania Multi-purpose indoor arena
Nationwide Arena Columbus, Ohio Multi-purpose indoor arena
Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium Grand Chute, Wisconsin Baseball park
NewBridge Bank Park Greensboro, North Carolina Baseball stadium
Northeast Delta Dental Stadium Manchester, New Hampshire Baseball stadium
NRG Stadium Houston, Texas Retractable-roof football stadium Occasionally used for soccer and basketball
NYSEG Stadium Binghamton, New York Baseball stadium
O.co Coliseum Oakland, California Baseball stadium Also used for football.
Ogren Park at Allegiance Field Missoula, Montana Baseball stadium
ONEOK Field Tulsa, Oklahoma Baseball stadium
Oracle Arena Oakland, California Multi-purpose indoor arena
Papa John's Cardinal Stadium Louisville, Kentucky Football stadium Also used occasionally for soccer.
Peoples Natural Gas Field Altoona, Pennsylvania Baseball stadium
Pepsi Center Denver, Colorado Multi-purpose indoor arena
Pepsi Coliseum Indianapolis, Indiana Multi-purpose indoor arena
Perani Arena and Event Center Flint, Michigan Multi-purpose indoor arena
PETCO Park San Diego, California Baseball stadium (MLB) Used annually for rugby sevens between 2007 and 2009.
Philips Arena Atlanta, Georgia Multi-purpose indoor arena
Pinnacle Bank Arena Lincoln, Nebraska Multi-purpose indoor arena Scheduled to open in September 2013.
PNC Arena Raleigh, North Carolina Multi-purpose indoor arena
PNC Field Moosic, Pennsylvania Baseball stadium
PNC Park Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Baseball stadium (MLB)
Principal Park Des Moines, Iowa Baseball stadium
Pringles Park Jackson, Tennessee Baseball stadium
Progress Energy Park St. Petersburg, Florida Baseball stadium Spring Training home for the Tampa Bay Rays.
Progressive Field Cleveland, Ohio Baseball stadium (MLB)
Prudential Center Newark, New Jersey Multi-purpose indoor arena
Qualcomm Stadium San Diego, California Football stadium
Quicken Loans Arena Cleveland, Ohio Multi-purpose indoor arena
Rabobank Arena Bakersfield, California Multi-purpose indoor arena
Raley Field Sacramento, California Baseball stadium
Raymond James Stadium Tampa, Florida Football stadium
Red Bull Arena Harrison, New Jersey Soccer-specific stadium Although the team using this stadium is called the New York Red Bulls, the stadium and the team are owned by Red Bull GmbH, the company that manufactures and sells Red Bull energy drink.
Regency Furniture Stadium Waldorf, Maryland Baseball stadium
Regions Field Birmingham, Alabama Baseball stadium
Rent One Park Marion, Illinois Baseball stadium
Reser Stadium Corvallis, Oregon Football stadium Although the stadium is officially named for the Reser family (donors), the name can also be interpreted as a sponsorship by Reser's Fine Foods, the company owned by the family.
Richmond County Bank Ballpark Staten Island, New York Baseball stadium
Rio Tinto Stadium Sandy, Utah Soccer-specific stadium Also used occasionally for rugby.
Road Ranger Stadium Loves Park, Illinois Baseball stadium
Ron Tonkin Field Hillsboro, Oregon Baseball stadium
S&T Bank Arena Indiana, Pennsylvania Multi-purpose indoor arena
Safeco Field Seattle, Washington Retractable-roof baseball stadium (MLB)
Sahlen's Stadium Rochester, New York Soccer-specific stadium
San Manuel Stadium San Bernardino, California Baseball stadium
Santa Ana Star Center Rio Rancho, New Mexico Multi-purpose indoor arena
Santander Arena Reading, Pennsylvania Multi-purpose indoor arena
Santander Stadium York, Pennsylvania Baseball stadium
SAP Center at San Jose San Jose, California Multi-purpose indoor arena
Save Mart Center at Fresno State Fresno, California Multi-purpose indoor arena
Scottrade Center St. Louis, Missouri Multi-purpose indoor arena
Sears Centre Hoffman Estates, Illinois Multi-purpose indoor arena
Security Service Field Colorado Springs, Colorado Baseball stadium
SEFCU Arena Albany, New York Multi-purpose indoor arena
ShoWare Center Kent, Washington Multi-purpose indoor arena
Simplot Stadium Caldwell, Idaho
Sleep Train Arena Sacramento, California Multi-purpose indoor arena
Smoothie King Center New Orleans, Louisiana Multi-purpose indoor arena
Sports Authority Field at Mile High Denver, Colorado Football stadium Also used for soccer, lacrosse
Smith's Ballpark Salt Lake City, Utah Baseball stadium
Sprint Center Kansas City, Missouri Multi-purpose indoor arena
Standard Bank Stadium Crestwood, Illinois Baseball stadium
Staples Center Los Angeles, California Multi-purpose indoor arena
State Farm Arena Hidalgo, Texas Multi-purpose indoor arena
State Farm Center Champaign, Illinois Multi-purpose indoor arena
State Mutual Stadium Rome, Georgia Baseball stadium
Stater Bros. Stadium Adelanto, California Baseball stadium
StubHub Center Carson, California Soccer-specific stadium
Sun Life Stadium Miami Gardens, Florida Multi-purpose stadium Designed for football, but also used for baseball.
Sun National Bank Center Trenton, New Jersey Multi-purpose indoor arena
Taco Bell Arena Boise, Idaho Multi-purpose indoor arena
Taco John's Events Center Cheyenne, Wyoming Multi-purpose indoor arena
Tamiya America Raceway Aliso Viejo, California Radio-controlled car circuit Privately owned by named company, also function as a test track
Tampa Bay Times Forum Tampa, Florida Multi-purpose indoor arena
Target Center Minneapolis, Minnesota Multi-purpose indoor arena
Target Field Minneapolis, Minnesota Baseball stadium (MLB)
TCF Bank Stadium Minneapolis, Minnesota Football stadium
TD Ameritrade Park Omaha Omaha, Nebraska Baseball stadium Also used for football
TD Arena Charleston, South Carolina Multi-purpose indoor arena
TD Bank Ballpark Bridgewater Township, New Jersey Baseball stadium
TD Bank Sports Center Hamden, Connecticut Multi-purpose indoor arena
TD Garden Boston, Massachusetts Multi-purpose indoor arena
Tim's Toyota Center Prescott Valley, Arizona Multi-purpose indoor arena
Time Warner Cable Arena Charlotte, North Carolina Multi-purpose indoor arena
Times Union Center Albany, New York Multi-purpose indoor arena
Town Toyota Center Wenatchee, Washington Multi-purpose indoor arena
Toyota Arena York, Pennsylvania Multi-purpose indoor arena
Toyota Center Houston, Texas Multi-purpose indoor arena
Toyota Center Kennewick, Washington Multi-purpose indoor arena
Toyota Field San Antonio, Texas Soccer-specific stadium
Toyota Park Bridgeview, Illinois Soccer-specific stadium
Toyota Speedway at Irwindale Irwindale, California Mini-speedway
Toyota Sports Center El Segundo, California Multi-purpose indoor arena
Toyota Stadium Georgetown, Kentucky Football stadium
Toyota Stadium Frisco, Texas Soccer-specific stadium Also used for football.
Tradition Field Port St. Lucie, Florida Baseball stadium
Tropicana Field St. Petersburg, Florida Domed baseball stadium (MLB)
Trustmark Park Pearl, Mississippi Baseball stadium
UCCU Center Orem, Utah Multi-purpose indoor arena
UFCU Disch-Falk Field Austin, Texas Baseball stadium (college)
United Center Chicago, Illinois Multi-purpose indoor arena
United Spirit Arena Lubbock, Texas Multi-purpose indoor arena
University of Phoenix Stadium[3] Glendale, Arizona Football stadium with retractable roof and retractable playing surface Also used occasionally for soccer.
US Airways Center Phoenix, Arizona Multi-purpose indoor arena
U.S. Bank Arena Cincinnati, Ohio Multi-purpose indoor arena
U.S. Century Bank Arena Miami, Florida Multi-purpose indoor arena
U.S. Cellular Arena Milwaukee, Wisconsin Multi-purpose indoor arena
U.S. Cellular Center Cedar Rapids, Iowa Multi-purpose indoor arena
U.S. Cellular Coliseum Bloomington, Illinois Multi-purpose indoor arena
U.S. Cellular Field Chicago, Illinois Baseball stadium (MLB)
U.S. Steel Yard Gary, Indiana Baseball stadium
Valley View Casino Center San Diego, California Multi-purpose indoor arena
Value City Arena Columbus, Ohio Multi-purpose indoor arena
Verizon Arena North Little Rock, Arkansas Multi-purpose indoor arena
Verizon Center Washington, D.C. Multi-purpose indoor arena
Verizon Wireless Arena Manchester, New Hampshire Multi-purpose indoor arena
Verizon Wireless Center Mankato, Minnesota Multi-purpose indoor arena
Viejas Arena San Diego, California Multi-purpose indoor arena
WakeMed Soccer Park Cary, North Carolina Soccer-specific stadium
Webster Bank Arena Bridgeport, Connecticut Multi-purpose indoor arena
Wells Fargo Arena Des Moines, Iowa Multi-purpose indoor arena
Wells Fargo Arena Tempe, Arizona Multi-purpose indoor arena
Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Multi-purpose indoor arena
Werner Park Papillion, Nebraska Baseball stadium
WesBanco Arena Wheeling, West Virginia Multi-purpose indoor arena
Whataburger Field Corpus Christi, Texas Baseball stadium
Whitaker Bank Ballpark Lexington, Kentucky Baseball stadium
WRAL Soccer Center Raleigh, North Carolina Soccer-specific stadium
Xcel Energy Center Saint Paul, Minnesota Multi-purpose indoor arena
XFINITY Center College Park, Maryland Multi-purpose indoor arena
XL Center Hartford, Connecticut Multi-purpose indoor arena

Historical naming rights[edit]

Aborted naming rights deals[edit]

At least two venues had naming rights deals in place, but the deals were canceled before the name was ever officially used:

  • The University of Missouri announced that its new basketball arena, set to open in 2004, would be named Paige Sports Arena after Paige Laurie, daughter of major donors Bill and Nancy Laurie. However, when it was discovered that Paige had never earned a claimed degree from the University of Southern California, the university and the elder Lauries agreed to remove Paige's name from the venue. The facility opened as Mizzou Arena.
  • In February 2013, Florida Atlantic University announced that it had sold the naming rights to its football venue, FAU Stadium, to GEO Group, an operator of private prisons. However, the FAU football play-by-play announcer immediately dubbed the venue "Owlcatraz" (a play on the school's nickname and the infamous Alcatraz prison), and several other protests quickly followed. Due to the pressure, the school and company agreed to rescind the naming deal before it ever took effect.

Naming rights for closed venues[edit]

Naming rights for future venues[edit]

Opening in 2013[edit]

Opening in 2014[edit]

Opening in 2015[edit]

Opening at an undetermined date[edit]

  • Conoco Stadium in Great Coates, North East Lincolnshire, England — football (soccer) stadium. Planning permission granted, but no definite date set for construction.
  • Farmers Field in Los Angeles.

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