Tennessee Titans rename their home field Nissan Stadium under 20-year partnership

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The Tennessee Titans' home field is changing its name from LP Field to Nissan Stadium.

Officials from the Titans and Nissan announced Thursday a 20-year partnership that renames Nashville's downtown stadium. The naming rights are subject to approval by the NFL and Metro Government Authority.

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The Titans' home stadium had been known as LP Field since 2006. The stadium opened in 1999 and was named Adelphia Coliseum at the time.

The city-owned stadium also is the home field for Tennessee State football and the Music City Bowl.

The naming rights agreement includes the opportunity for Nissan branding on the facility's exterior as well as signage and other displays inside the stadium.

Nissan's Tennessee presence includes its North American headquarters in Franklin and manufacturing facilities in Smyrna and Decherd.

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