F-C Cincinnati is recouping some of the $250 million spent building its new West End stadium. The club has sold the naming rights to TQL.The Clermont County company that brokers freight is the area's largest privately held company with over 5 thousand employees.
The deal for naming rights is believed to be a long term deal worth between 60 and 80 million dollars.
TQL's founders says they identify with F-C-C because of how quickly both have grown. T-Q-L was founded by a group of guys who played football together at McNicholas High School back in the 80's. Forbes Magazine named T-Q-L one of the best 100 companies to work for in the U-S last year.
Groundbreaking for the West End stadium was held on December 18th, 2018 and now two and a half years later, the M-L-S team will play its first match there on May 16th.