City of Champions Stadium: City of Los Angeles will have spectacular new stadium in 2019.
Finally after many proposals, debates, insults and rumors, it's official, the winning proposal for the new stadium in the city of Los Angeles, will be proposed by the Rams team in 2014 for the area of Inglewood, beating the proposal Raiders Carson.
The stadium, known so far under the provisional name "City of Champions Stadium ', will be located in Inglewood in the southwest of Los Angeles, which is located old Hollywood Park Racetrack until 2013. The stadium will be part of a large entertainment and shopping complex of more than 121 hectares, which will include hotels, residential spaces, shops, restaurants, theaters, entertainment venues for children and youth, as well as the new headquarters of the NFL and TV studios NFL Networks.
The complex will be equipped with the latest technology, such as charging stations for electric cars, rain collection stations, recycling plants and waste water treatment, as well as solar cells located throughout the complex, which is responsible for obtaining all the energy needed to light overnight, since the idea is that the whole complex is operated at 85% renewable energy ...
Of course it will be equipped with free WiFi connection to gigabit speeds, using similar devices released in New York. The ability to regular season games will be 70,000 spectators, but may be extended postseason to 80,000. It is also intended for mass events such as concerts and Super Bowls, where the maximum capacity will be 100,000 spectators, this thanks to its modular design. The roof of the stadium will feature colorful LED lights, which provide the ability to display images and information abroad. Inside the stadium is planned to install a circular double-sided OLED, where rumor has it that LG will be in charge of developing a big screen.
They're calling it that because that's the city of Inglewood's slogan. Plus Los Angeles County has the Lakers, Clippers, Dodgers, Kings, Rams, Sparks, Galaxy, USC, UCLA, and even the Raiders who won a Super Bowl in 1983. Combine each respective championship from each team and they have more than all of Pittsburgh's championships.
Eh, I gotta get back home and see the Rams play in the Coliseum. When it comes to football (sports period actually) I'm a traditionalist. I like those old style stadiums where diehard fans attended to watch the game. Not a whole bunch of rich and well to do people that simply want to be seen like at the Staples Center. People can say what they want, but some of the best football experience a fan can have is watching the Raiders play at the Blackhole (Oakland Coliseum). It's rugged and not fancy, but fans are diehard Raider fans.