NFL American football franchise the Tennessee Titans has partnered with Legends Hospitality and Levy to provide food and beverage services at Nissan Stadium, the team’s home ground.

Levy will provide food and hospitality experiences for the premium areas of the stadium, including the club level, suites and non-event day catering. Legends will take responsibility for the remaining non-premium areas of the building.

“We are excited to announce this partnership to our fans,” said Titans owner Amy Adams Strunk. “I spent a good deal of time with each of these companies last week as we were developing the possibilities for our food and beverage experiences at Nissan Stadium. Each of these companies understand the importance of their roles in the fan experience, and I am looking forward to them serving our fans this year and for years to come.”

Titans president and chief executive, Steve Underwood, added: “Both of these companies have proven track records in iconic buildings and who specialise in offering fans high quality food and beverage service with particular emphasis on service.

“We understand the timeline we have put them under is very difficult, but we believe the short-term and certainly the long-term results will be beneficial for our fans.”

Legends’ venue portfolio includes AT&T Stadium, Yankee Stadium, the Rose Bowl and Ascend Amphitheater. Meanwhile, Levy has supplied its services for Mercedes Benz Stadium, FedEx Field, Ford Field, Arrowhead Stadium, Dodger Stadium, Wrigley Field and Bridgestone Arena.

Levy’s portfolio also includes award-winning restaurants, sports and entertainment venues and convention centres, as well as the NFL’s Super Bowl, the Grammy Awards, golf’s PGA Championship, the US Open tennis tournament, the Kentucky Derby horse-racing event, the NHL ice hockey league, Major League Baseball and the NBA basketball All-Star Game.