National Football League

Enhancing the NFL Gameday Experience with In-Stadium Wi-Fi

Keeping Teams and Fans Connected with Purpose-Built Networking Solutions

NFL Teams Leverage Extreme Wi-Fi
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Seasons as an NFL League Partner

Extreme Networks is the Official Wi-Fi Solutions Provider of the National Football League.

Our customer-driven solutions deliver quality, secure Wi-Fi connectivity to NFL fans; our network infrastructure delivers valuable analytics to the business while supporting the critical operations of the team and the stadium.

All in all, ensuring a seamless, enhanced, connected experience on gameday.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Elevate the Game-Day Experience with Fan-Facing Wi-Fi

Already considered the #1 Stadium in the NFL for in-venue technology, the Buccaneers now have a powerful business asset to meet the demands of their fanbase and their organization.

Game Day is Everyday

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We are extremely grateful for, and proud of our partnership with Verizon and Extreme Networks. This partnership has allowed us to provide a world-class connected experience for our spectators in our stadium that feels like home”

Chip Suttles

Vice President of Technology, Seattle Seahawks

Reliable Wi-Fi is essential in order to get the most out of our investment in instant replay cameras, mobile ticketing and our mobile app. Raymond James Stadium was one of the first NFL venues to provide Wi-Fi for fans and over the last few years, the use of our networks has increased exponentially. Extreme Networks helped us elevate our stadium to the next level and truly deliver a championship caliber experience to our fans.”

Brian Ford

COO, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

For the Ravens, it’s not about a sponsorship-led deal, it’s about ensuring it works for our guests and for our fans and for the people that are employed here. The technology was the main driver.”

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