Skip to main content

Denver Broncos | News

Broncos training facility renamed 'Broncos Park Powered by CommonSpirit'


ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Denver Broncos' training facility in Englewood, Colo., will be renamed "Broncos Park Powered by CommonSpirit" effective immediately, the team announced Wednesday.

Previously the Centura Health Training Center, Broncos Park Powered by CommonSpirit reflects the transition of many former Centura care sites, including St. Anthony Hospital in Lakewood, to the CommonSpirit Health brand. Broncos Park Powered by CommonSpirit will be the name of the Broncos' current and new facility—set to open in 2026 on the existing campus—as the team continues the 10-year partnership that began in May 2023.

In an effort to maximize the fan experience for this year's training camp, the Broncos also announced Wednesday that they will officially break ground on the new Broncos Park Powered by CommonSpirit after the preseason concludes.

"Today marks the start of an exciting new era with Broncos Park Powered by CommonSpirit becoming the name of our current training facility and future state-of-the-art team headquarters," Broncos President Damani Leech said. "CommonSpirit has been a terrific healthcare partner for the Broncos over the last year not only with naming rights but working hand-in-hand with us on impactful community outreach.

"We're also thrilled to share the groundbreaking for the new Broncos Park Powered by CommonSpirit will take place after the preseason, allowing fans to get the same up-close view from training camp on the berm."

As part of the transition to Broncos Park Powered by CommonSpirit, the Broncos will immediately begin to integrate this name with new signage throughout their facility and campus. The team's digital platforms, media partners, traditional media outlets and NFL also will refer to the training facility as Broncos Park Powered by CommonSpirit moving forward.

In the first year of their partnership, the Broncos and CommonSpirit Health teamed up to tackle food insecurity as part of their work together to impact the community. Denver Broncos Foundation and CommonSpirit Health partnered to support the Food Bank of the Rockies' Totes of Hope program and are also featured on a newly co-branded food delivery truck.

In total, the Denver Broncos Foundation and CommonSpirit Health's partnership is supporting 32 Colorado counties and all 23 Wyoming counties to collectively impact the issue of food insecurity in our communities.

The new Broncos Park Powered by CommonSpirit is set to be completed in advance of the 2026 season and will serve as an inspirational, collaborative and modern headquarters for the Broncos' football and business operations. Designed with a focus on player health and performance, Broncos Park Powered by CommonSpirit will feature 320,000 total square feet on a 26-acre campus with a new three-story main building attached to the existing Pat Bowlen Fieldhouse.

Related Content