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SoFi Stadium

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SoFi Stadium (/ˈsf/ SOH-fy)[18] is a 70,240-seat sports and entertainment indoor-outdoor stadium in the Los Angeles suburb of Inglewood, California, United States. SoFi occupies the former site of the Hollywood Park Racetrack, 0.15 miles (0.24 km) southeast of Kia Forum and 0.2 miles (0.32 km) northwest of Intuit Dome, and 3 miles (4.8 km) from Los Angeles International Airport.

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SoFi Stadium in 2023
SoFi Stadium is located in the Los Angeles metropolitan area
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Location in Los Angeles County
SoFi Stadium is located in California
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Location in California
SoFi Stadium is located in the United States
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SoFi Stadium
Location in the United States
Former names
  • City of Champions Stadium (planning phase)[1]
  • Los Angeles Stadium at Hollywood Park (planning/construction phase; name to be used during the 2026 FIFA World Cup and International Soccer Matches)
  • LA Olympic Stadium (future name to be used during the 2028 Summer Olympic & Paralympic Games)
Address1001 South Stadium Drive
LocationInglewood, California, U.S.
Coordinates33.953°N 118.339°W / 33.953; -118.339
Public transit
OwnerStadCo LA, LLC (a Kroenke Sports & Entertainment company)
Hollywood Park Land Company, LLC (a joint venture of The Flesher Group and Stockbridge Capital Group)[4]
OperatorStadCo LA, LLC[4]
Executive suites260[5]
Capacity70,240[6] (expandable up to 100,240 for major events)[7][8][9]
Acreage298 acres (121 ha) Whole Complex
SurfaceArtificial (Matrix Turf)[10]
Broke groundNovember 17, 2016
OpenedSeptember 8, 2020; 3 years ago (2020-09-08)[11]
Construction cost$5–6 billion (estimated, including development)[12]($5.65 billion-6.78 billion in 2022 dollars[13])
ArchitectHKS, Inc.
Project managerLegends Global Planning[14]
Structural engineerWalter P Moore Engineers and Consultants[15]
Services engineerHenderson Engineers, Inc.[16]
General contractorTurner/AECOM HuntJV[17]
Los Angeles Rams (NFL) (2020–present)
Los Angeles Chargers (NFL) (2020–present)
LA Bowl (NCAA) (2021–present)
Major League Wiffle Ball World Series (2022)

The stadium complex is a component of Hollywood Park, a master planned neighborhood in development on the site of the former racetrack. Hollywood Park Casino re-opened in a new building on the property in October 2016, becoming the development's first establishment to open.[19]

Opened in September 2020, the fixed-roof stadium is home to the National Football League (NFL)'s Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers, as well as the annual LA Bowl in college football. SoFi Stadium is one of two stadiums currently shared by a pair of NFL teams, the other being MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, shared by the New York Giants and New York Jets. It is the first stadium complex outside of the New York metropolitan area to host two NFL teams concurrently; the other three since the 1970 AFL–NFL merger have been Shea Stadium, Giants Stadium and MetLife Stadium.

In North American professional sports, it is the fourth stadium complex in Greater Los Angeles shared by more than one team from the same league. The other venues have been Arena, which has hosted both of the city's National Basketball Association (NBA) teams, the Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Clippers, since 1999 (although this arrangement will end by 2024); Dignity Health Sports Park, which is home to Major League Soccer (MLS)'s LA Galaxy and the now-defunct Chivas USA from 2005 to 2014; and Dodger Stadium, which was shared by Major League Baseball (MLB)'s Los Angeles Dodgers and Los Angeles Angels from 1962 to 1965.

The stadium hosted Super Bowl LVI on February 13, 2022, the College Football Playoff National Championship on January 9, 2023, WrestleMania 39 on April 1–2, 2023, and the 2023 CONCACAF Gold Cup final on July 16, 2023. It is scheduled to host multiple matches of the 2026 FIFA World Cup,[20] Super Bowl LXI in 2027, and the opening and closing ceremonies (as well as soccer and archery events) of the 2028 Summer Olympics.

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