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New for 2023: Mountain America Stadium

We have a new deal to report at Arizona State University: the school has sold naming rights to Sun Devil Stadium, with the new name Mountain America Credit Union.

The 15-year deal was brokered in partnership between Oak View Group Global Partnerships, Pac-12 MMR and Sun Devil Athletics.

“The ability to compete at a high level during a transformational time in college athletics requires finding incredible partners who want to invest in our 26 sports, our 650 student-athletes and our 300-plus staff and coaches,” said Ray Anderson, Sun Devil Vice President for University Athletics, via press release. “An athletic department of nearly 1,000 team members requires incredible amounts of technology, nutrition, mental health resources, travel and other vital parts to win championships. We enthusiastically thank and welcome Mountain America Credit Union and look forward to integrating them into so many wonderful memories that will be created at Mountain America Stadium for years to come.”

“Mountain America Credit Union is pleased to expand our partnership with Arizona State University and introduce the Mountain America Stadium,” said Sterling Nielsen, President and Chief Executive Officer at Mountain America Credit Union, via press release. “This new partnership allows Mountain America to support hundreds of student-athletes and the Arizona community for many years to come through enhanced financial education, scholarship, internship and cause marketing programs.”

Sun Devil Stadium opened on October 4, 1958, and has been upgraded and expanded several times since. It also served as temporary home of the NFL’s Arizona Cardinals.

Image courtesy Arizona State University athletics.

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