LAFC’s home venue renamed as BMO Stadium

LAFC’s home venue renamed as BMO Stadium

LAFC has entered into a naming rights partnership with BMO ahead of the 2023 MLS season, announcing that its home venue will be renamed BMO Stadium.

The venue, which is also home to NWSL team Angel City FC, has a capacity of 22,000 for football. Since its opening in April 2018, the ground was known as Banc of California Stadium.

“Our partnership with BMO unites two organizations that share a vision and commitment to being leaders and forces for good in our community,” LAFC Co-Chairman and Chief Commercial Officer Larry Freedman said in a statement.

“BMO Stadium is the premier outdoor arena in the heart of Los Angeles, having established itself as a world-class sports and entertainment venue that hosts iconic concerts, events and high-level football. We are thrilled to begin our partnership with BMO, and to welcome our fans, supporters and residents of the City of Los Angeles to BMO Stadium.

The partnership reinforces BMO’s commitment to the growth of soccer in North America and supports the U.S. expansion pillar of BMO’s North American growth strategy, where BMO currently serves customers through over 500 branches, access to 42,000 ATMs, over 5,000 employees and digital banking services in all 50 US states.

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