: Philadelphia Eagles Naming rights cost
: $139 million Deal term
: 21 years Starting date
Lincoln Financial, a financial services organization based in the Philadelphia region, bought the naming rights to a new stadium in 2002 for a $139 million, 21-year deal. The field is home to the Philadelphia Eagles NFL team. While the Eagles have not won a Super Bowl since moving into their new stadium, they have had the fourth-best record in the NFL over the past 10 seasons. Since moving to the new stadium, attendance at Eagles games has steadily increased.
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