Sodexo Live has been announced as the exclusive food and beverage provider for the upcoming New Nissan Stadium in Nashville. This appointment marks a pivotal shift, as Sodexo Live will replace the current service providers, Legends and Levy, who have been serving the existing stadium. The Titans and Sodexo have both confirmed their partnership, highlighting the transition that will take place with the opening of the new stadium. The selection of Sodexo Live came after a competitive request for proposal (RFP) process that saw major industry players such as Legends, Levy, and OVG Hospitality vie for the lucrative contract. The New Nissan Stadium is anticipated to not only serve as a premier NFL venue but also host a variety of major events, including potential Super Bowl games, concerts, and NCAA Final Fours, underscoring the significance of this deal in the food and beverage sector.

Sodexo Live’s Expanding Influence in Nashville

The decision to partner with Sodexo Live reinforces the company’s growing influence in the Nashville market, a key area of focus for the French multinational. With this new agreement, Sodexo Live expands its portfolio to include its fourth NFL venue, joining other prestigious locations such as the Caesars Superdome, Lucas Oil Stadium, and Hard Rock Stadium. The new $2.1 billion enclosed stadium is currently under construction adjacent to the existing Nissan Stadium, with plans for it to open in 2027. This venture is a testament to Sodexo Live’s capacity to manage large-scale events and venues, further solidifying its position in the competitive food and beverage industry. Beyond the NFL, Sodexo Live already boasts partnerships with other significant Nashville sports venues, including First Horizon Park and the Nashville Superspeedway, demonstrating the company’s commitment to enhancing the culinary experience at major entertainment and sporting events.