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Columbus Crew new stadium: name, capacity and pictures

The Columbus Crew’s new $313.9 million, 20,000-seat stadium just west of the Arena District in Astor Park officially has a name. 

Columbus Crew Stadium
Columbus Crew Stadium

The Columbus Crew’s new $313.9 million, 20,000-seat stadium just west of the Arena District in Astor Park officially has a name.  The Crew announced Tuesday at the new stadium that it had reached a "long-term partnership".


With Lower.com CEO, Dan Snyder for the New Albany-based online mortgage lender to become the club’s new stadium naming rights partner. The name was leaked on the team’s website briefly last week.

Will be on the roof and the exterior siding of the stadium. Crew chief business officer Steve Lyons said it could be placed on the stadium in time for the first game. 

Field will open June 29 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and the team will hold a practice the next day before the inaugural match against New England at 5 p.m. July 3 in front of what might be a sold-out crowd.

What is Lower.com and what do they do?

Founded in 2018 as an offshoot company from Snyder’s Homeside Financial — which grew out of Easton Town Center to become a global mortgage lender — Lower.com has grown to just under 1,000 employees. It has been recognized by jobs site Glassdoor.com as the 10th-best small-to-medium-sized business to work for in the U.S.

"A local company was really important and I think Lower (has) a lot of the same characteristics that we think about," Crew co-owner Dee Haslam said. "Their mindset and how they approach things, it really fit into what we were doing. We couldn't be more delighted with our partnership."

What is Lower.com and what do they do?

Founded in 2018 as an offshoot company from Snyder’s Homeside Financial — which grew out of Easton Town Center to become a global mortgage lender — Lower.com has grown to just under 1,000 employees. It has been recognized by jobs site Glassdoor.com as the 10th-best small-to-medium-sized business to work for in the U.S.

 

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