Inter Miami unveils new name for stadium. It’s now called Chase Stadium.

Inter Miami CF, the soccer team that has drawn international attention with superstar Lionel Messi, will play at a newly named stadium.

DRV PNK Stadium has been renamed to Chase Stadium. The new signage was on display Tuesday at the venue.

The partnership between Inter Miami CF (which is short for Club International de Fútbol Miami) and JPMorgan Chase was introduced as a “multiyear partnership.” It’s Chase’s first stadium naming rights deal in professional “fútbol.”

“Inter Miami is honored to partner with the country’s largest bank, JPMorgan Chase,” said Inter Miami CF Chief Business Officer, Xavier Asensi, in a statement released Tuesday. “We could not have envisioned a more fitting new main partner, as we look forward to chasing our dreams at Chase Stadium in 2024 and beyond.”

The relationship yields exciting news for Chase debit and credit cardholders, including: An exclusive entrance to enter Chase Stadium on matchday via the Chase Fast Lane, which will go live in the coming weeks. There will also be presale ticket access, preferred seating opportunities and discounts on merchandise and food concessions.

Cardholders who present their Chase card will get a 25% discount at select concession stands during the home opener game on Wednesday.

Last month Inter Miami CF announced they had installed more seats. Capacity for 2024 games will be 21,550, and the brand-new seating section is in the southwest, northeast southeast corners.

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