Sports fans will be getting their first glimpse of the NFL’s new stadium project as part of the league’s announcement Tuesday that it will open a $1.6 billion stadium in Inglewood, California.
The Ingleburne project, which is expected to be completed by 2019, will host a new NFL game every year until 2021.
Ingleburys opening will be the first time a new stadium has been opened in Southern California since the Chargers moved to Los Angeles in 1990.
The NFL announced the stadium project last month in a press release.
The league also said it would invest $4 billion in the new stadium, which will house the NFL, the Los Angeles Lakers, the Oakland Raiders and the St. Louis Rams.
Ingles opening is a “game-changer,” NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said during the announcement.
Inglets new home is scheduled to open in 2020.
Goodell also said that the Ingle Burne stadium would be “a game-champion.”
Ingles new stadium will host the NFL and the LA Lakers, but will not have an NFL team that plays in an NFL stadium, the NFL said.
Ingels home stadium will have a capacity of 30,000 fans and will include seating for NFL players, officials and officials of the St Louis Rams, officials said.