ORLANDO, Fla. — Orlando City Soccer Club announced Tuesday morning that Orlando City Stadium has been renamed to Exploria Stadium.
Exploria Resorts, which is based in Lake County's Four Corners neighborhood, bought the naming rights to the 25,500-seat soccer stadium in Parramore, which opened in March 2017.
"We recognize the appeal of soccer and the growth of MLS and the NWSL in both the Orlando community and on the international stage," said Thomas Morris, president and CEO of Exploria Resorts.
Exploria Resorts, which owns seven resorts and has more than 40 affiliates, was also named the official timeshare/vacation club of the Orlando City Soccer Club and the Orlando Pride.
The team will host an open house June 15 to celebrate the stadium's new name.
Fans will be able to watch an Orlando City Soccer Club training session and meet players. Click here for event details.
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