Shell Energy Stadium The new name for Houston’s professional soccer teams, TSU Football Club

Houston Houston’s professional football stadium has many names – and now it has another.

The 21,000-seat stadium formerly called BBVA Stadium, then PNC Stadium will now be known as Shell Energy Stadium. the It was reported by the Houston Business Journal Many twists and turns of the place in this report.

“A great partner like Shell — an organization we have a great relationship with and has such influence and legacy in the city of Houston — it made a lot of sense to further that conversation and see where it could go,” Houston Dynamo owner Ted Segal told the Houston Business Journal. “Having this association with such an established brand means a lot to Houston Dynamo and Dash.”

Administrators shared a naming rights deal for East Midtown Stadium on Tuesday, HBJ said, and reported that Seagal said the naming rights deal with Shell is a “multi-year agreement, but she can’t provide details on the deal’s length or value.”

The Houston Dynamo and Houston Dash of the National Women’s Soccer League and the Texas Southern University soccer program use the venue.

As part of the agreement, the Houston Dynamo said in a press release that the stadium will have new marquee signage in the north end, along with Shell Energy signage and branding prominently displayed throughout the stadium. In addition to the naming rights agreement, the club and Shell Energy are pursuing a variety of stadium energy and decarbonization solutions, while also collaborating on important community initiatives. This includes a near-term goal to reduce club first and range greenhouse gas emissions by 50 percent by 2026 from the 2018 base year.

“This is a really special opportunity to join the Houston Dynamo and Houston Dash in enabling their path to greater sustainability,” said Glenn Wright, Senior Vice President, Shell Energy. “We are proud to be working with the Club to offer decarbonization solutions, just as we offer 100 percent renewable electricity plans to homeowners in Houston and across Texas. I am excited for our teams to continue building on the positive legacy of the Club in Houston through a wide range of initiatives both on the field and in the community.” wider.”

Beginning in early 2023, the Houston Dynamo said in a press release about its naming rights agreement that Shell Energy will establish a decarbonisation program starting with energy efficiency improvements in LED lighting, on-site renewable energy via a rooftop solar array, and renewable energy. Monitoring and managing electricity and energy with a sub-metering system and installing electric vehicle charging stations.

“This announcement is the result of the tireless work of both organizations to make this opportunity a reality,” said Jessica O’Neill, Chief Operating Officer and President of Dash. “This transformative relationship will extend far beyond our downtown presence, and we are excited to continue improving our community alongside Shell Energy.”

Since the arrival of Ted Segal as majority owner and chairman of the club in June 2021, the venue has undergone multi-phase renovations to provide supporters with a secure section and the addition of two feature spaces in the south end. In addition, Shell Energy Stadium is being built as the stadium expands its premium offerings with an air-conditioned all-inclusive clubhouse in the East Concourse. The current project also includes the installation of brand new mesh seating throughout the entire seating bowl. The Houston Dynamo said in a press release Tuesday that the multi-million dollar project is scheduled for completion in early March.

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