The Jaguars Home Stadium Will Now Be Called TIAA Bank Field

The home of the Jaguars will have a new name for the 2018 season, Phillip Heilman of the Florida Times-Union reports.

The franchise confirmed Friday that TIAA Bank Field will be the official name of its home stadium, replacing EverBank Field.

In a statement, Jaguars President Mark Lamping said, “We’re excited for our relationship with EverBank to not only continue, but grow under the new name of TIAA Bank. They have been a fantastic corporate partner for many years, sharing our mutual commitment to the betterment of the First Coast community. We’re grateful for their long-term commitment to the Jaguars and to the city of Jacksonville.”

The name EverBank Field debuted in 2010, replacing Jacksonville Municipal Stadium. A 10-year, $6.2 million naming rights deal with telecommunications company Alltel ended in 2007.

Last year, Jacksonville-based EverBank Financial Corp. was acquired for $2.5 billion by TIAA, a financial services provider headquartered in New York.

The Jaguars and EverBank signed a 10-year, $43 million naming rights agreement in 2014. It is not known if TIAA and the Jaguars reached a new contract or the same agreement through 2024 remains in place.

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