Shift4 Announces Partnership with MetLife Stadium, Home of the New York Jets and New York Giants

Shift4 to power payments for Metlife Stadium. Shift4 and Metlife Stadium logos

Shift4 to power payments for Metlife Stadium. Shift4 and Metlife Stadium logos


Shift4’s integrated end-to-end solution will power point-of-sale transactions at the stadium for an optimal fan experience.

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. and CENTER VALLEY, Pa. — Feb. 29, 2024 — MetLife Stadium, home of the National Football League’s New York Jets and New York Giants, has selected Shift4 (NYSE: FOUR), the leader in integrated payments and commerce technology, to process point-of-sale payments throughout the venue.

Shift4’s end-to-end solution offers a suite of technologies and integrations that simplify and enhance the fan experience for professional sports and entertainment venues across North America. At MetLife Stadium, Shift4’s point-of-sale hardware, software, and payment processing solutions will facilitate a seamless transaction experience for Giants and Jets games as well as other events at the venue, including concerts, college football, soccer, and special events.

“With the large number of world-class events we host at our stadium, we require systems that are not only robust and reliable, but also on the cutting edge of the technology frontier,” said Ron VanDeVeen, President and CEO of MetLife Stadium. “With their industry-leading approach to point-of-sale systems, Shift4 is the best platform to handle our needs.  The modern hardware terminals, along with their integration of payment processing, loyalty, mobile and in-suite ordering will provide our guests an improved experience at all food and beverage locations.”

“We’re thrilled to partner with MetLife Stadium to support the needs of these two legendary teams,” said Michael Isaacman, Shift4’s Chief Commercial Officer. “MetLife Stadium is one of the most notable venues in professional sports and it’s a testament to our best-in-class and uniquely differentiated offering that their executive team selected Shift4 after an extensive competitive process. Shift4 is the only platform able to deliver on all their needs across point-of-sale, payment processing, and loyalty.”

Shift4’s integrated commerce solutions are used by every major professional sports league as well as colleges, entertainment venues, and many other business verticals — transforming the way fans and guests shop, order, and pay. To learn more, visit


About Shift4

Shift4 (NYSE: FOUR) is boldly redefining commerce by simplifying complex payment ecosystems across the world. As the leader in commerce-enabling technology, Shift4 powers billions of transactions annually for hundreds of thousands of businesses in virtually every industry.


About MetLife Stadium

MetLife Stadium, located in East Rutherford, NJ, is the home of the New York Jets and New York Giants and is one of the largest stadiums in the NFL (82,500). The stadium hosts the world’s biggest events on the world’s biggest stage and will host the FIFA World Cup 26™ Final and 7 other matches throughout the tournament. The venue annually ranks as one of the busiest stadiums in the world and has been named “Highest Grossing Stadium of the Year” 9 times by Billboard. Event highlights include Super Bowl XLVIII, NHL Stadium Series, WrestleMania, Copa America Centenario Final, 2021 Army-Navy Game, and many concerts, college football games, and international soccer matches.


About the New York Giants

A cornerstone franchise of the National Football League, the New York Football Giants began play in 1925. The Giants have won eight championships: 1927, 1934, 1938, 1956, 1986, 1990, 2007 and 2011. After twice winning two titles in five years, the Giants are the only NFL franchise with Super Bowl victories in four consecutive decades. Headquartered at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center in East Rutherford, N.J., the Giants enter their 100th season of play this fall.


About the New York Jets

The New York Jets were founded in 1959 as the New York Titans, an original member of the American Football League (AFL). The Jets won Super Bowl III, defeating the NFL’s Baltimore Colts in 1969 – a victory many believe led to the 1970 merger of the AFL and NFL that set the foundation for today’s league. The organization takes great pride in a long-standing, year-round commitment to their community by implementing impactful programs that will positively influence the lives of young men and women in the tri-state area, particularly in disadvantaged communities. The New York Jets are headquartered at the Atlantic Health Jets Training Center in Florham Park, N.J.




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Nate Hirshberg
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Helen Strus
VP, Marketing & Communications
MetLife Stadium
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