October 7, 2022

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Paul Brown Stadium has officially been renamed Paycor

Paul Brown Stadium has officially been renamed Paycor

The Cincinnati Bengals played their last game inside Paul Brown Stadium, and the Bengals will play their first game Friday before the 2022 season, at Paycor Stadium. “This is a move that I think my father would have agreed to. He has always been for what is best for the football team,” Bengals president Mike Brown said in a statement. “This partnership allows the Bengals to continue to compete at the highest level in the NFL and exemplifies our long-term commitment towards the community.” “It was important to find a naming rights partner that aligns strongly with the Bengals brand,” said Katie Blackburn, Bengals Executive Vice President. “Paycor is a local company on the rise and we share our commitment to building winning teams. We are proud to support the growth of Paycor and strengthen the business community in Cincinnati through this partnership. Paycor HCM, Inc. is a Cincinnati-based company that has served as the team’s official and exclusive HR software provider since 2018. A possible name change for the stadium was first reported by WLWT in July. When asked later about the possibility that his father’s name might not be on the field, Bengals owner Mike Brown said, “Am I proud of my father? I think we have to do better for the football team. If we need more revenue streams, maybe we should and he’ll understand. “His record stands on its own, it’s a very good record and he brought the team here. He was a great coach. He did so many things that deserve credit. If his names weren’t on the court, I think they would still remember him the way he would like to be remembered.” Brown” as a name, there are only two non-corporate stadiums left in the NFL: Chicago Soldier Field and Lambeau Field in Green Bay. The organization says the new Paycor stadium branding will begin to be implemented at the stadium in the coming months. The team says the company and the Bengals, the team says, will host a pre-season celebration to “reveal a new brand and celebrate the partnership.”

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The Cincinnati Bengals played their last game at Paul Brown Stadium.

Effective for Friday’s first game of the 2022 pre-season, the Bengals will play at Paycor Stadium.

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“This is a move that I think my father would have agreed to. He has always been for what is best for the football team,” Bengals president Mike Brown said in a statement. “This partnership allows the Bengals to continue to compete at the highest level in the NFL and exemplifies our long-term commitment towards society.”

“It was important to find a naming rights partner that aligns strongly with the Bengals brand,” said Katie Blackburn, Bengals’ executive vice president. “Paycor is a local company on the rise and we share our commitment to building winning teams. We are proud to support Paycor’s growth and strengthen the business community in Cincinnati through this partnership.”

Paycor HCM, Inc. is a Cincinnati-based company that has served as the official and exclusive provider of HR software to the team since 2018.

Possible change of stadium name First reported by WLWT in July.

When asked about it later The possibility of not having his father’s name on the fieldBengals owner Mike Brown said, “Am I proud of my dad? Of course I am. I think whether his name is in the building or not, he’ll think we should do what’s best for the football team. If we needed more revenue stream, maybe We should do it and he will understand.

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“His record stands on its own, it’s a very good record and he brought the team here. He was a great coach. He did many things that were worthy of recognition. If his names weren’t on the field, I think they would still remember him the way he would like to be remembered.”

With the loss of “Paul Brown Stadium” as a name, only two non-corporate stadiums remained in the NFL: Chicago Soldier Field and Green Bay Field Lambeau.

The organization says the new Paycor stadium branding will begin to be implemented at the stadium in the coming months. The team says the company and the Bengals will host a pre-season celebration to “reveal a new brand and celebrate the partnership”.