PPL Park is now Talen Energy Stadium.
Information on the Philadelphia Union's website revealed that the stadium has been renamed.
In 2010, Union ownership and PPL EnergyPlus agreed to an "11-year naming rights partnership," which has a reported worth of $20 million.
Last year, PPL Corporation and Riverstone Holdings agreed to merge their energy providers to form an independent company that would operate under the name "Talen Energy." Soon after Talen officially launched in June, some signage around PPL Park was altered to reflect the change.
In July, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported that the stadium naming rights had transferred to Talen Energy, though they opted not to rename the stadium mid-season.
With the change, half of the teams in Major League Soccer now call their home a "stadium." Four "parks" and two "fields" remain. StubHub Center, BC Place, Citrus Bowl, and Red Bull Arena stand alone as the only venues with their respective appellations.