Lincoln Financial Group And Philadelphia Eagles Extend Stadium Naming Rights Deal Through 2032
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Lincoln Financial Group And Philadelphia Eagles Extend Stadium Naming Rights Deal Through 2032

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PHILADELPHIA (CelebrityAccess) Lincoln Financial Group and the Philadelphia Eagles announced Thursday that they have agreed to extend the stadium naming rights for Lincoln Financial Field through the 2032 NFL season.

The partnership, which began in 2002, is one of the longest naming rights relationships in the NFL. “The Linc” not only hosts the Eagles but also the Temple Owls and has been home to several high-profile concerts, men’s and women’s international soccer matches, NCAA Lacrosse Championships, and 12 of the last 15 Army-Navy Games.

“We are extremely proud to continue our partnership with the Philadelphia Eagles, which plays a strategic role in elevating awareness of our brand to a wide and diverse audience,” said Dennis R. Glass, president and CEO, Lincoln Financial Group. “Additionally, our team connection has always gone much deeper than just the name on the stadium, and so we look forward to creating even more positive outcomes together that will benefit the local community.”

“We are excited to announce the continuation of our special partnership with Lincoln Financial,” said Philadelphia Eagles Chairman and CEO, Jeffrey Lurie. “Since the first day of our relationship in 2002, we’ve shared many great moments at Lincoln Financial Field, including three NFC Championships, a Snow Bowl, countless concerts, and important community events like the Eagles Autism Challenge. At the end of the day, relationships are what matter, so we are honored and appreciative to have an exceptional partner in Lincoln Financial who continues to demonstrate with this extension a shared commitment to our team, our fans, and the community.”

Under the new agreement, Lincoln Financial Group will have a more dynamic stadium presence with new signage prominently featured in, around and on top of the stadium.

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