Construction is ramping up on the Inglewood NFL stadium set to become the state-of-the-art home of both the LA Rams—and now the LA Chargers. You can watch the stadium rise in real time, thanks to a live-stream viewable on the Rams’ website.
So far, the Hollywood Park project site is mostly just a giant pit of dirt, but it’s somewhat hypnotic to watch the tiny workers making their way through the project’s massive footprint.
Once complete, the $2.6 billion stadium will be the largest in the nation, at nearly 3 million square feet. It’ll include seating for 70,240 fans—and up to 100,000 in standing-room only scenarios.
Also planned for the 300-acre project site is a huge urban village with retail, restaurants, a hotel, parks, an artificial lake, and 3,000 units of housing.
The stadium is set to open in time for the 2020 football season, and has been selected to host the 2022 Super Bowl. It will be the first time Los Angeles has hosted the big game since 1993—a year before the Rams relocated to Saint Louis.
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