Washington partners with FIS to improve national park


The Washington Nationals are in partnership with FIS payment processor to National park improvements, including stadium renovation Champions club.

The refurbished Champions Club features improved decor and a revamped food and drink offering. The FIS Champions Club will welcome fans on Opening Day 2022.

The National will focus on FIS Worldpay so fans can seamlessly pay for tickets, food, drink, merchandise and sports betting at the stadium.

“We are delighted to partner with FIS to provide our fans with an unparalleled DC sports experience,” said Alan Gottlieb, COO of Lerner Sports Group, via a press release. “The renovation of the club will be a great tribute to the history of baseball in DC and will provide our fans with a first-rate experience. Additionally, FIS technology will be an important part of our frictionless payment strategy and will help us deliver a more personalized and streamlined base experience for everyone.

The FIS Champions Club will commemorate the rich baseball history of the District of Columbia and showcase the team’s accolades and accolades, including the 2019 Nationals World Series Commissioner’s Trophy for victory. Fans will enjoy upgraded decor and a redesigned food and beverage experience, including gourmet burgers, dessert stations, signature cocktails, all-inclusive fountain drinks and more.

“National Championships raise the bar for technological innovation at the ballpark,” said Bruce Lowthers, FIS President. “Thanks to our collaboration, fans can continue to shop effortlessly and spend more time watching the game. We are excited to be a part of the Nationals playing experience and their vision of putting their fans first.

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