Tennessee Titans release stunning video of their new 60,000 capacity dome stadium
- Construction is expected to begin in early 2024 with hopes of completion by 2027
- The domed hall will allow greater flexibility to host CFB concerts and matches
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The Tennessee Titans have released a stunning video of their $2.1 billion future home in a bid to further entice its fans.
Located on Nashville’s East Shore – adjacent to its current Nissan Stadium – the 1.7m² domed stadium will be completed by 2027 with construction expected to begin early next year.
The elaborate Titans video was posted to social media on Wednesday ahead of the waitlist for subscriptions starting August 15.
Nashville Mayor John Cooper appears to have approved the stadium plans and filed legislation to confirm construction of the new arena in February.
Plans for the upcoming AFC South franchise home show a capacity of around 60,000 is expected.
The Tennessee Titans released a video ahead of their waitlist opening on August 15
The stadium will have a domed roof, allowing them to host the Super Bowl and other events
With a projected cost of $2.1 billion, it would be the second most expensive stadium in history
Although the weather in Central Tennessee is not famous for being cold, the dome will allow them to host events such as the Super Bowl, Final Four, college football playoff games and other major sporting events. .
Development of Nissan Stadium began in 1997 and opened in 1999 – having previously hosted the Titans, Nashville SC and the Tennessee State University football team.
Fifty percent of the stadium lease will be funded by Titans, NFL and personal seating licenses.
The rest will come from a hotel tax paid by tourists, sales tax at the NFL stadium and stadium campus, and the rest from the state.
At $2.1 billion, it is expected to be the second most expensive stadium development in history – behind the $5.5 billion spent to build SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles.