Orlando City Soccer Club (OCSC) has named ParkWhiz its Official Parking Partner, providing its fans with a new and improved way of getting to the stadium for all Orlando City Stadium events, including Orlando City SC and Orlando Pride matches. ParkWhiz allows ticket holders to find, reserve and pay for parking spaces in advance of attending events at Orlando City Stadium.
Through the partnership, fans can expect a simpler and more efficient user experience from start to finish. As the exclusive parking partner of Ticketmaster, customers can buy parking with their ticket purchase or at OrlandoCitySC.com. On game day, lot entry will be both paperless and seamless with passes digitally available on mobile devices.
In addition, ticket buyers who did not purchase parking with their tickets will be reminded to buy ahead via email in advance of game day. Parking through ParkWhiz will be available in existing lots, which includes both city managed as well as select private, professionally managed lots. More information can be found at the link here.
“We are happy to be able to provide our fans another opportunity to simplify and streamline their gameday experience so they can focus on supporting their teams,” Orlando City SC Chief Revenue Officer Chris Gallagher said. “Through this partnership with ParkWhiz, we look forward to offering an improved parking system which will help reduce congestion around the stadium and help make lot entry and exit more efficient.”
“We pride ourselves in providing fans and venues the best end-to-end mobile gameday experience. We believe the best experience is one that is seamless from the moment they purchase tickets to the moment they leave the stadium after a win. We’re excited to partner with Orlando City Soccer Club to help provide their fans the best experience possible,” said Dan Roarty, President and COO of Arrive, ParkWhiz’s parent company.
A leader in parking, ParkWhiz has been helping fans park at venues across the country since 2006.
Arrive powers the last mile of connected and autonomous mobility. The company delivers scalable, friction-free parking experiences through apps, voice and in-dash. Its fully integrated platform makes it easy for companies and brands to offer parking as a solution for drivers, fleets and connected vehicles. Millions of people across North America have access to Arrive-powered parking through the company’s distribution partners, including Amazon, Ford, Avis, Hyundai, Honda, TomTom, Ticketmaster/Live Nation, Groupon, and many others, and its consumer-facing brands, ParkWhiz and BestParking. For more information, visit Arrive.com.
About Orlando City SC
Orlando City SC joined Major League Soccer (MLS) as the league's 21st franchise in November 2013, becoming the first MLS team in the Southeast. The Lions began league play in March 2015, and in 2017, moved into its privately-owned downtown soccer stadium. In 2019, Orlando City SC launched OCB in the newly-formed USL League One to bridge the gap between its successful youth development academy and the First Team.
In November 2015, the Club announced its intention to bring professional women’s soccer to Central Florida and launched Orlando Pride in National Women's Soccer League. The Pride began league play in April 2016 with a star-studded team of FIFA World Cup Champions. For more information, visit orlandocitysc.com or orlando-pride.com.