The Los Angeles Stadium and Entertainment District at Hollywood Park, currently under construction in Inglewood, CA, is a 298-acre urban village anchored by the region’s newest shopping street, restaurants, and multiple major sports and entertainment venues. The village will include two million square feet of Class A commercial space, 2,500 modern residences, a 70,000 seat National Football League (NFL) stadium, 6,000 seat performing arts venue, and 25 acres of public parks.
The centerpiece of the entertainment district will be the 70,000-seat open-air stadium, expandable up to 100,000 seats, measuring three-million square feet. The stadium will be home to the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers. The NFL has announced that Super Bowl LV will be played at the new facility in 2021. And in 2024, if Los Angeles is selected as the host of the 2024 Olympics, the new stadium would co-host the Opening and Closing Ceremonies with the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. In addition to sporting events, the stadium will feature major concerts, shows and other entertainment events attracting guests from across the region and the world.
Construction of the stadium is expected to generate more than 3,000 direct and indirect employment opportunities with most of these opportunities targeted to local residents. See Opportunities page for more information.