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Tennessee Titans Share Renderings for $2.1 Billion New Stadium

  • The team is launching a ticketing waitlist for fans to register PSLs to its new stadium, expected to open by 2027.
  • The Titans’ new stadium will be the largest publicly-funded stadium in U.S. history.
The Titans’ new stadium will be the largest publicly-funded stadium in U.S. history.
Courtesy of Tennessee Titans

The Tennessee Titans released a video showcasing renderings of its $2.1 billion domed stadium intended to open by the 2027 NFL season.

The team’s newly launched TitansNewStadium.com website has a registration option starting August 15 for fans looking to join the waitlist to buy PSL (personal seat license) season tickets for the proposed new stadium. Fans on the waitlist can review categories of seating options and place a deposit on their seat preference to be applied to their future purchase or refunded if they decide against purchasing. 

Lawmakers approved $1.26 billion in taxpayer funding for the new Nashville stadium, making it the biggest public subsidy for a stadium in U.S. history. Construction for the proposed 60,000-seat stadium is planned to start in 2024, and the Titans plan to sign a 30-year lease agreement. 

The Titans will pay $840 million of the stadium’s funding, with $500 million coming from the state of Tennessee and $760 million from revenue bonds issued by Nashville’s Metro Sports Authority.

Nissan Stadium, the Titans’ open-air home since 1999, has a 69,000 seating capacity meaning the new stadium will be a slight seating downsize. Tennessee State University, whose football team also plays at Nissan Stadium, plans to follow the Titans to its new stadium upon opening.

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