The Bengals have officially sold the naming rights to their stadium It will now be called Paycor Stadium, the team announced on Tuesday morning.
We are excited to announce: The Jungle is now @Paycor_Stadium!
— Cincinnati Bengals (@Bengals) August 9, 2022
The deal is rumored to be for 16 years, but the amount of money wasn’t disclosed.
Owner Mike Brown has made it clear that this is a move his father, Paul Brown, would’ve agreed with. He also mentioned it is increasingly important to do it so that they can afford some of the contract extensions they will need to sign with players in the coming years.
Paul Brown Stadium opened in 2000 and has a seating capacity of 65,515. The Bengals have a 93-82-1 record in the regular season and a 1-4 playoff record in the stadium.
Over the years the stadium has also hosted college and high school games as well as concerts.
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