NASHVILLE — The largest soccer-specific stadium in the United States and Canada will be named GEODIS Park in a multiyear naming rights deal between Nashville Soccer Club and the global supply chain operator.
Specific terms of the deal were not announced Thursday, though GEODIS also will be the presenting partner for a new soccer league in the community. This is the first such deal for GEODIS, which has its North American headquarters in nearby Brentwood.
Construction on the 30,000-seat stadium is scheduled to finish in the next month, and Nashville's first game inside GEODIS Park is May 1 against the Philadelphia Union. Approximately 20,000 season tickets have been sold inside the new stadium. All private suites and loge boxes are sold out already for this season.
Nashville SC's first season in Major League Soccer was in 2020. The team made the playoffs that season and again last year.
"The commitment of logistics specialist GEODIS as the naming partner and the unveiling of 'GEODIS Park' is a landmark part of the history and journey of the club," said Ian Ayre, Nashville SC's CEO.