Multinational electronics company Panasonic has agreed a deal to become a partner of the Philadelphia Eagles NFL American football franchise.
Under the partnership, the company will acquire the naming rights to an exclusive club at the team’s Lincoln Financial Fields stadium. The Panasonic Club is a 37,000-square-foot space that serves around 3,900 club seat holders at each home game.
Panasonic will also install two end-zone video boards as well as various video displays in and around the stadium.
The Eagles lost 26-24 to New Orleans Saints in the 2013-14 NFL play-offs after finishing top of the National Football Conference East division.