Inter&Co obtains Orlando City’s stadium naming rights

As per the development, Orlando City SC's stadium has been renamed Inter&Co Stadium.

The Major League Soccer (MLS) team, Orlando City SC have signed a partnership with the digital banking service, Inter&Co

As per the agreement, Inter&Co has secured the stadium naming rights to Orlando City’s home stadium and the venue has been renamed Inter&Co Stadium. The venue also serves as the home of the National Women’s Soccer League’s (NWSL) outfit, Orlando Pride

Under the agreement, the Inter&Co Stadium’s rehabilitation and upgrading project has begun.

The layout includes five million new LED pixels, a new video board, a new fascia LED across the bowl, and a new LED wall in the West Club. These are spread throughout the suites, premium areas, concession stands, lower-level concourse, and over 200 new TV displays.

Furthermore, there will be improvements for interactive concourse displays, 5G antennae, Wi-Fi 6 and 6E, and new hospitality options including The Terrace.

Along with providing Orlando supporters with exclusive access to products on the company’s Super App, Inter&Co will also serve as the official sponsor for accounts, debit and credit cards, mortgages, and remittances. 

This will also provide fans with prizes, bonuses, and exclusive experiences at the Inter&Co Stadium.

Mark WilfChairman of Orlando City SC, said, “It’s only fitting that as we enter our tenth season in MLS here in Orlando and ninth in the NWSL, we would partner for the next decade with a global company, not only committed to our community but with a shared vision for the future. We are truly excited about what we will build together, enhancing the fan experience in the venue and further connecting our soccer cultures in meaningful ways.”

He also added, “We look forward to collaborating on ways to not only expand our business profiles in Latin and South America, but we are excited for the future benefits that our soccer sides will reap through expanded competition, scouting and brand awareness opportunities.”

João Vitor Menin, Chief Executive of Inter&Co, commented, “We are excited to take our partnership with Orlando to the next level. This is a breakthrough moment for our company as we expand our presence in the United States, it will allow us to connect with Orlando’s young and diverse population, including a vibrant Latino community, through our shared love for soccer. 

He also remarked, “And we could not have asked for a better partner to build upon this state-of-the-art venue where Central Floridians come together and visitors from all over the world have memorable experiences.”

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