|Location||Jacksonville, United States of America|
|Capacity||64,428 (expandable up to 82,000)|
TIAA Bank Field, formerly known as EverBank Stadium, is located in Jacksonville, United States. The stadium is a well-known Tifway 419 Bermuda Grass ground that predominantly hosts American Football events. This stadium serves as a home to the world-known football club of the National Football League "Jacksonville Jaguars". Apart from conducting football matches between the University of Florida and the University of Georgia, TIAA Bank Field, also serves as a venue for Bowl Games. Opened on 18th August 1995, the stadium has also hosted the Super Bowl XXXIX in the year 2005. Owned by the City of Jacksonville and operated by Spectacor Management Group, TIAA Bank Field Stadium in Jacksonville is designed by famous architecture firm HOK Sport (now known as Populous).
From 1997 to 2006, the stadium was named Alltel Stadium after the communications company Alltel acquired the rights to the name. In 2010, the facility was renamed EverBank Field following the approval of a five-year naming rights agreement with financial services company EverBank. The agreement was extended in 2014 for another 10 years. In February 2018, Jaguars announced that the stadium would be renamed TIAA Bank Field for the 2018 NFL season after EverBank was acquired by New York-based TIAA.
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