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Bengals Announce Major Improvements Coming to Paycor Stadium

The Bengals will make a significant private investment of $100-$120 million to upgrade Paycor Stadium, showcasing the Bengals' support and commitment to a successful future in Cincinnati.

With unanimous support from NFL Owners and the League's Finance Committee, the Bengals will launch major improvements to Paycor Stadium with construction running through 2026. Projects will be in fan-facing areas that include updated video and audio systems, renovations to suites and club lounges, concession upgrades and beautification projects.

"The Bengals are continuing to invest in our future here in Cincinnati," said Bengals Executive Vice President Katie Blackburn. "We are lucky to have a great stadium and we are proud to invest in this great asset to help make it a best-in-class facility. We love our fans and can think of no better way to celebrate our 25th season in Paycor Stadium than to announce these major improvements that will make the gameday experience even better."

Stadium improvements are a necessary part of a long-standing plan to keep a successful team in Cincinnati and keep the Bengals competitive across the NFL. This announcement takes the recent team investment to approximately $150 million over the past few seasons, including $40 million in private investment for projects that include the IEL Indoor Facility, a new locker room, an overhauled and expanded training room, new ribbon videoboards and upgrades to concessions and the Bengals Pro Shop.