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Sofi Stadium Tour: Exploring the Rams & Chargers New Football Stadium in Los Angeles

Sofi Stadium is the massive new football stadium built in Inglewood, California, and the home of Rams and Chargers football. The stadium can seat over 70,000 fans and will begin to welcome football games, concerts, and other events as it opens this year (2021). To allow people to see the stadium for themselves, they started offering tours, which take you through some more VIP areas and even allow you to access the field. My dad and I took a tour and really enjoyed experiencing this new stadium. Here is all the information if you want to tour the stadium as well.  

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  • Cost: Tour tickets range from $30 to $50. We did the $30 “standard” ticket
  • They offer dozens of times throughout the day.
  • Location: 1001 S. Stadium Drive, Inglewood, CA 90301

Here is a video I made on our visit.

Getting There

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After buying tour tickets, they will send you an email with directions on how to get to the stadium and where to park. Once you pull in, you will see signs for tour parking, and the signs will guide you as you walk to the entrance. It is about a quarter-mile walk to the entrance from the parking area.

The Lake Park Trail

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Be sure to get there a little early so you can visit the Lake Park Trail, which has a beautiful pond with great views of the stadium behind it.  

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After walking the Lake Park Trail, we checked in for the tour and were directed where to meet our guide.

The Sofi Stadium Tour

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Our tour had about 25 people on it, and it moved around the stadium, allowing us to explore everything from viewpoints to suites. There were stops to watch videos at many of the spots as well. Here are some of the highlights.

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The Team Store

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Before or after your tour, you can browse the team store and pick up some merchandise if you are interested.


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Our guide told us that some of the restaurants are named after famous streets in LA and feature food from those areas (like Olvera St ).

Corona Beach House Suite

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We got to go in the Corona Beach House Suite, an awesome corner of the stadium with foosball tables, lots of seating, and great views. I would love to watch a game in a suite like this sometime!

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200 Level Concourse

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Next, we saw some of the most sought-after seats in the stadium, those on the 50-yard line in the 200 level concourse.  

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Our guide said that these seats even came with food and drinks in this awesome outdoor foyer-type area.

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We then saw the Google Cloud Suites and the area that manages all of the smart tech in the stadium. Our guide said that there are so many cords in the stadium that they could wrap around the Earth.

The On-Field Experience

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From there, the walkthrough portion of the tour ended, and we were able to go down to the field for the second part of our tour.  

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This started with a run through the entrance tunnel that the players use.

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Once we were on the field, we could participate in various activities like the 40-yard dash, field goal kicks, and even throw a football at targets.  

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It was a blast to be on the field like this, getting to participate in these activities, and it was easily the highlight for my dad and me.  

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The last thing we could visit was the Ram’s Locker Room. This was self-guided, and you could go in and see it if you wanted to.

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I have no idea if these tours will still be offered and will still go onto the field when the season starts, but overall it was a blast and a great way to experience this new massive stadium in LA. Check it out, and let me know what you think in the comments.  

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SoFi Stadium tour program offers immersive experience for fans

Since the launch of the tours in May of 2021, SoFi stadium has welcomed over 117,000 attendees.

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INGLEWOOD, Calif. (KABC) -- Los Angeles has many sporting venues, but none quite like SoFi Stadium in Inglewood and they want to share it with fans. The stadium tour program is an immersive experience that gives unique access to visitors.

The nearly $6 billion SoFi Stadium has had a busy year to say the least. It's hosted power house performances by Beyoncé and Taylor Swift and also WrestleMania and the 2023 College Football Championships earlier this year. With more on the horizon such as the FIFA World Cup in 2026 and the opening and closing Olympic ceremonies in 2028, people are excited to get a look inside.

"You know, even if you're not into football, even if you're not into sports, just to see a structure like this I think is something that's really cool to see," said Josh Cuadra, a tour guest from Rancho Cucamonga.

"Most favorite part is being here on the field," said Chris Romero, another tour guest from Wrightwood. "This is just amazing to see from this perspective, just very impressive."

Since the launch of the tours in May of 2021, SoFi Stadium has welcomed over 117,000 attendees.

Not only do fans get to tour the stadium, but they also get to experience it like the pros do. After checking out the locker rooms, fans get to hang out on the field and try out on field activities including the 40-yard dash, the field goal kick and on-field target throwing.

"It's like, very cool to see," said Molly Douglas who was on a tour with her school from Cerritos. "You watch it on TV, but it's cool to see it in person and to see what they go through to make the game happen."

During the hour-long tour, guests also get to experience the Kinsey Art Collection, one of the largest private collections of African American art and historical artifacts. The exhibit is set up on one of the levels of the stadium.

"Great game day experience in it, but just to get behind the scenes and see the little bits and pieces that you don't get to see just as a fan at a game, has been really well-worth the money I think," said Craig Cowles, who was visiting from New Zealand with his family.

Senior, military and Inglewood resident discounts on tickets are available. You can find ticketing info here .

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8 Best Stadiums & Arenas in Los Angeles

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8 Best Stadiums & Arenas in Los Angeles Posted By: Raman , Date: Apr 9, 2020

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Want to learn more about the best stadiums and arenas in Los Angeles? Read our blog! Planning a trip to Southern California? Be sure to check out the Best Tours in Los Angeles with A Day in LA Tours!

The sun setting over Dodger Stadium, an arena in Los Angeles

LA is the capital of sports, and we have stadiums and arenas in Los Angeles for every major sport in the country. With our wide array of arenas in Los Angeles, you can visit “America’s Favorite Pastime” at the Dodger baseball stadium one day, and then see “The World’s Game” at the LAFC soccer stadium the next day.

Here’s our list of the best stadiums & arenas in Los Angeles (in no particular order):

  • Angel Stadium
  • Banc of California Stadium
  • Dignity Health Sports Park
  • Dodger Stadium
  • Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
  • SoFi Stadium
  • Staples Center

1. Angel Stadium

People entering the Angels Stadium, an arena in Los Angeles

  • Anaheim, CA
  • Home Team: Angels (MLB)

Angel Stadium of Anaheim, or “The Big A”, is home to the Los Angeles Angels baseball team and can hold just over 45,000 fans. Built in 1966, it’s the fourth-oldest stadium in Major League Baseball after Fenway Park, Wrigley Field, and Dodger Stadium. The Angels got scientific when constructing the stadium, studying air density and weather patterns during normal game times to find the perfect dimensions between pitcher and hitter. As a result, it has one of the shortest center-fields in the league. Even though it was built specifically with baseball in mind, the L.A. Rams football team called Angel Stadium home from 1980 to 1994 because there were no other available arenas in Los Angeles at that time.

Some of the biggest names in music have played to sold-out crowds at Angel Stadium: David Bowie played The Big A twice, the Rolling Stones have made three tour stops so far, and a slew of acts over the years from the first show with The Who to the most recent with Chance the Rapper.

2. Banc of California Stadium

A game of soccer being played at Banc of California Stadium, an arena in Los Angeles

  • Los Angeles, CA
  • Home Team: Los Angeles Football Club

One of the new arenas in Los Angeles, the 22,000-seat Banc of California Stadium opened in 2018 and is the first open-air stadium built in the City of Los Angeles since 1962. As Major League Soccer continues to grow in popularity, the state-of-the-art venue was built with soccer in mind and is home to the new MLS expansion team Los Angeles Football Club (LAFC).

L.A.’s newest stadium is a great place to catch a game. The stadium seating sits at a steep 34- degree incline, bringing fans in closer to the field and the action—even from the cheap seats. The awning-like “roof” curves inward over the seating areas, offering some shade from the midday sun, and the northeast side of the stadium opens on to stunning views of the Downtown Los Angeles skyline and the San Gabriel Mountains.

During the 2028 Summer Olympics, Banc of California Stadium will host men’s and women’s soccer matches, as well as some track and field events.

3. Dignity Health Sports Park

A soccer game being played at night at Dignity Health Sports Park, An Arena in Los Angeles

  • Home Teams: LA Galaxy (MLS), Los Angeles Chargers (NFL)

Formerly known as the Home Depot Center and StubHub Center, this 27,000-seat sports complex sits on the campus of California State University, Dominguez Hills, about fourteen miles south of Downtown Los Angeles. The park opened in 2003 as the new home of the LA Galaxy of Major League Soccer, and is the largest soccer-specific stadium in the United States. Since 2017, it has also been the temporary home of the Los Angeles Chargers football team, following their move from San Diego while they await their permanent home at SoFi Stadium.

When LA hosts the 2028 Summer Olympics, many arenas in Los Angeles will host events, including Dignity Health Sports Park, which will host rugby, tennis, modern pentathlon, field hockey and track cycling events.

4. Dodger Stadium

The sun setting over Dodger Stadium, an arena in Los Angeles

  • Cesar Chavez Ravine, Los Angeles, CA
  • Home Team: Dodgers (MLB)

Dodger Stadium was built when the Dodgers moved from Brooklyn to Los Angeles in 1958 and the team needed a new place to call home. After playing three seasons in their temporary digs at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, the team moved into their permanent home in Chavez Ravine in 1962. Dodger Stadium is the oldest ballpark west of the Mississippi River and the third oldest in the country after Fenway Park and Wrigley Field. Holding up to 56,000 fans, it’s also the largest stadium in Major League Baseball.

No detail was overlooked in building Dodger Stadium, from mid-century design elements like the hexagonal signs and martini glass planters, to the seat colors that represent the Los Angeles landscape. The color of each seating level has special meaning; yellow seats at field level for the California sunshine, sandy orange loge seats for the beaches, aqua reserve level for the ocean and a light blue top deck for the sky.

In addition to being one of the most legendary baseball venues and arenas in Los Angeles, Dodger Stadium has hosted some of the most iconic live concerts, too: The Beatles, Bruce Springsteen, Madonna, Beyoncé…the list goes on and on.

Dodger Stadium will host baseball and softball events during the 2028 Summer Olympics.

5. Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum

The sun setting over Memorial Coliseum, an arena in Los Angeles

  • Home Teams: Rams (NFL), USC Trojans (Pac-12 Football)

Arguably no other arenas in Los Angles have more history than the Coliseum. To attend a game at the Coliseum is to experience a piece of Los Angeles history: construction broke ground nearly 100 years ago, in 1921, and it officially opened in 1923. The Coliseum was built as a memorial to veterans of World War I, and was named a National Historic Landmark in 1984. Although it’s one of the oldest outdoor sports arenas in the country, it has undergone many renovations over the years to bring the facilities up to date – the most recent major upgrade was completed in 2019.

The Coliseum is home to the University of California Trojans football team, and has hosted many professional sports teams and major sporting events over the years. The NFL’s Los Angeles Rams have made the 77,500-seat stadium their temporary home until the SoFi Stadium in Inglewood is finished. For the rest of the 2019-2020 NFL season, the Coliseum will be the oldest stadium in the NFL. (Once the new SoFi Stadium opens in 2020 and the Rams move in, that distinction will go back to Chicago’s Soldier Field.)

When the Summer Olympics come to Los Angeles in 2028, the Coliseum will be the first stadium to have hosted events for three different Summer Olympic games: in 1932, 1984, and 2028.

6. Rose Bowl

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  • Pasadena, CA
  • Home Teams: UCLA Bruins Football

Nestled in the lush Arroyo Seco riverbed in Pasadena, CA, the 90,000-seat Rose Bowl was built in 1922 and is one of the oldest, biggest and most beloved arenas in Los Angeles and the United States. It’s even garnered the unofficial nickname of “America’s Stadium” and is recognized as a National Historic Landmark. The Rose Bowl got its name from the Tournament of Roses NCAA football game it hosts annually on New Year’s Day. The game, and the Rose Parade that precedes it, have been a national attraction for almost 100 years.

The Rose Bowl was built with football in mind — the UCLA Bruins football team has called it home since 1982 and five Super Bowl games have been played here — but it’s purpose and history extend far beyond the gridiron. It’s also a popular soccer venue, having hosted men’s and women’s World Cup Finals, the 1984 Olympics Gold Medal match, and was home to the L.A. Galaxy MLS team from 1996 to 2002. Men’s and women’s soccer matches will be held here during the 2028 Olympics, as well.

Beyond sports, you can also find music and shopping events at the Rose Bowl. Some of the biggest bands in the world have performed in concert, from the Rolling Stones to U2 to Beyoncé. And the biggest flea market in the world takes place on the second Sunday of every month in the grounds surrounding the stadium.

7. SoFi Stadium

A rendering of SoFi Stadium, a future arena in Los Angeles

  • Inglewood, CA
  • Home Teams: Rams (NFL), Chargers (NFL)

L.A. is buzzing about the newest sports complex in town, SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, set to open in July 2020. Singer Taylor Swift will perform in concert for its official grand opening. As one of the most expensive arenas in Los Angeles, the 70,000 seat venue will cost over $5 billion to build and promises to be the stadium of the future, offering a unique and elevated experience for fans and concert-goers. It’s 110-yard jumbotron screen even has its own name: “The Oculus”.

SoFi already has plans to host a number of marquee events in the coming years, starting with Super Bowl LVI in 2022. The national college football championship game will take place the following year, and the opening and closing ceremonies for the 2028 Olympics will be held in the stadium.

The Hollywood Park complex that SoFi Stadium is part of will also include a 6,000-seat concert venue, and a variety of restaurants, shops and attractions for visitors.

8. Staples Center

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  • Home Teams: Clippers (NBA), Kings (NHL), Lakers (NBA), Sparks (WNBA)

No matter what night of the week it is, chances are, something big is happening at Staples Center. The arena in Downtown Los Angeles is one of the busiest venues in town, hosting over 250 events each year including basketball, hockey, and arena football games, plus multiple concerts and televised shows, like the GRAMMY Awards. The men’s and women’s basketball events will be held here during the 2028 Summer Olympics, as well.

Staples is home to three pro basketball teams: the NBA’s Lakers and Clippers, and the WNBA’s Sparks, and is the only arena shared by two NBA teams. The LA Kings’ home ice is at Staples Center, too. It’s a great place to see a game, and the plaza outside is fun to walk around and check out statues of legendary players like Wayne Gretzky, Magic Johnson, Shaquille O’Neal and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. Staples sits adjacent to the L.A. Live complex with a variety of dining and entertainment options to visit before and after the game.

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Visiting a Los Angeles Angels game can be a worthwhile experience for both baseball enthusiasts and those looking for a fun, family-friendly activity in the Los Angeles area.

We list six of the most important reasons why a visit to the Angel Stadium is popular with tourists.

The Stadium Experience

The Angels play their home games at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, which is known for its fan-friendly atmosphere. The stadium offers various food and beverage options, from classic ballpark fare to more gourmet offerings.

The stadium also features family-friendly amenities, such as the interactive “Trout Farm” cheering section named after star player Mike Trout, and a spectacular fireworks display on designated nights.

Team and Player Watch

The Angels have had a history of notable players, including legends like Nolan Ryan and Rod Carew, and more recently, stars like Mike Trout, considered one of the best players in modern baseball, and Shohei Ohtani, known for his rare ability to excel as both a hitter and a pitcher.

Watching a game offers the chance to see some of the top talents in MLB in action.

Atmosphere and Entertainment

Baseball games are known for their lively atmosphere, and an Angels game is no exception. The crowd energy, the mascot antics, and the seventh-inning stretch all contribute to a memorable experience.

The stadium often hosts promotional events and giveaways, which can add extra excitement to your visit.

Accessibility and Location

Angel Stadium is easily accessible from various parts of the Los Angeles area, with parking and public transportation options available.

Its location in Anaheim makes it a convenient addition to a trip that might include other nearby attractions like Disneyland or the beaches of Orange County.

Cost and Value

Tickets to an Angels game can range in price, offering options from affordable seats to premium experiences. It’s advisable to check ticket prices and promotions ahead of your visit.

Compared to other entertainment options, a baseball game can be a relatively cost-effective way to spend an evening or afternoon.

Seasonal Considerations

Baseball season runs from April to October, so attending a game won’t be an option if you’re visiting outside this timeframe.

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These are the next professional sports teams in line for new stadiums

The los angeles clippers will open a new stadium next season, followed by several other teams in the coming years, by logan reardon • published january 17, 2024.

There’s something special about walking into a stadium for the first time.

Fans of some teams will have the opportunity to experience that again soon – because several new arenas are under construction across all major sports.

Stadiums will continue to evolve with the latest and greatest advancements, just look at SoFi Stadium or Chase Center . But what teams are set to open new homes in the future? And where are these arenas being built?

Here are the eight professional sports teams ( NFL , NBA , MLB , NHL ) who are likely the next in line to open a new stadium:

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Los Angeles Clippers, 2024

Owner Steve Ballmer has wanted to move the Clippers out of Arena, which they share with the Lakers, since he bought the team in 2014. Finally, 10 years later, his vision is set to become a reality. Ballmer and the Clippers will open the Intuit Dome in Inglewood, Calif., for the 2024-25 NBA season. The 18,000-seat arena will include a practice facility, sports medicine clinic, team offices, retail space and an outdoor plaza with basketball courts open to the public.

The Intuit Dome will feature a new fan section called "The Wall" with strict rules about attire and rooting interest. In 2026, it will host the NBA All-Star Game for the first time.

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Work continues on the LA Clippers' $1.2 billion Intuit Dome: • 18,000 seats • 38,000 sq. ft. halo scoreboard • 80,000 sq. ft. outdoor plaza • 2x the toilets of any NBA arena It's set to open Summer 2024. — Front Office Sports (@FOS) December 5, 2023
The LA Clippers have released rules for "The Wall" — the Intuit Dome's new section of 51 uninterrupted rows of fans. • Cannot cheer for opposing team • Cannot wear opponent gear • Tickets can only be resold in Clippers marketplace A season on "The Wall" ranges from $5K-$25K. — Front Office Sports (@FOS) January 16, 2024

Buffalo Bills, 2026

For the first time since 1973, the Bills are getting a new stadium. Currently referred to as the New Highmark Stadium, the Orchard Park arena will be a massive upgrade from what will then be a 53-year-old Highmark Stadium. The capacity will be 62,000 – fewer than the old stadium – but fans will be better protected from inclement weather with the canopy design covering the majority of seats. The trademark Buffalo weather will still play a role with the field exposed.

Here’s a look at the Buffalo Bills’ new $1.7 billion stadium coming in 2026. • No roof • 1.35 million sq. ft. • Capacity: 62,000 — about 10,000 less than the current stadium — Front Office Sports (@FOS) January 13, 2024

Calgary Flames, 2026 or 2027

The Flames announced in October 2023 that construction on their new arena would begin in 2024. Since 1983, the Scotiabank Saddledome has served as Calgary’s home stadium – making it the NHL’s second-oldest arena. The new stadium, which reportedly will open in either 2026 or 2027, will seat 18,000 to 18,400 fans.

The Calgary Flames have struck a deal to build a new arena — replacing the Saddledome. The team, city, and province of Alberta reached an agreement that will develop a $880 million arena district. — Front Office Sports (@FOS) April 26, 2023

Tennessee Titans, 2027

Plans are in motion for the Titans to open a new stadium in Nashville for the 2027 NFL season. The team released a rendering of the facility and surrounding arena in early 2024, which showed an enclosed design that will allow Nashville to host events like the Super Bowl, College Football Playoff and NCAA Final Four. The New Nissan Stadium will remain located near downtown Nashville.

New visuals of the New Nissan Stadium 👀 — Tennessee Titans (@Titans) January 11, 2024

Oakland Athletics, 2027 or 2028

Though not official yet, the A’s are expected to move to Las Vegas in the coming years. MLB owners approved the deal in November 2023, which sets up the A’s to head to Sin City soon. How soon, though, remains unclear. They released renderings for a proposed 30,000-seat ballpark last May, though nothing has been officially confirmed yet. The new stadium, if approved, would be located near the other sports stadiums in Las Vegas.

The Las Vegas #Athletics renderings have finally dropped. Can see why Manfred thought the stadium was at the MGM. — Casey Pratt (@CaseyPrattABC7) May 26, 2023

Chicago Bears, TBD

There’s been a lot of talk and not a lot of progress about the Bears’ new stadium. As of January 2024, CEO Kevin Warren said that finalizing the location for the team’s next home is one of the most pressing steps for the Bears to take in the short term as they continue to work on their long term plans. It could be located in Arlington Heights or another suburb or somewhere else. No one truly knows because nothing is confirmed yet, so the Bears will keep playing at Soldier Field for now.

Washington Commanders, TBD

New Commanders owner Josh Harris upgraded FedEx Field when he bought the team last summer, but there’s still speculation that the franchise could exit the downtrodden stadium. Options in Washington DC, Virginia and Maryland are all on the table with little confirmed information at this time.

Arizona Coyotes, TBD

Latest reports say the Coyotes could find a new home in northeast Phoenix, but nothing has been confirmed. The franchise has played in Arizona State’s Mullett Arena since 2022, with, by far, the smallest capacity in the NHL. The New Tempe Arena proposal was rejected last May , which has left the club scrambling to lock in its long-term home.

Others to watch

There are several other new stadiums that could be coming down the line. Here’s a brief look at each situation:

Washington Wizards/Capitals: The Wizards and Capitals could be moving out of DC in the coming years after their owner Ted Leonsis proposed a Virginia development plan in December 2023. There’s no timeline for the move, but it would likely be after 2027 when they can get out of their lease with Capital One Arena.

Oklahoma City Thunder: In December 2023, a vote passed to build a new arena in Oklahoma City for the Thunder. Voters approved a new $900 million arena, but there’s still no site for the building. City manager Craig Freeman said the goal is to open the facility by 2029.

Philadelphia 76ers : “76 Place at Market East” is the Sixers’ proposed new arena , which plans to open in 2031. There’s still plenty of time for the proposal to fall apart, so this is one to keep an eye on over the next few years.

Kansas City Royals: The Royals committed to building a $2 billion stadium in Kansas City earlier this year, but there are still details to be sorted out. The location and payment process are still uncertain.

Tampa Bay Rays: The Rays announced plans for a $1.3 billion new stadium in September. The facility would replace Tropicana Field, which has long been criticized by baseball fans. The ballpark could open in St. Petersburg as early as 2028.

Ottawa Senators: The Senators’ new arena would replace the Canadian Tire Center, which has been their home since 1996. Plans are still vague and the timeline is unclear at this time.

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From Jeff Miller : The Chargers made one of the most notable additions in their franchise’s 65-year history Wednesday by agreeing to terms with Jim Harbaugh to be their coach, the team announced.

Having won a collegiate national title at Michigan this month, Harbaugh now takes over a team fronted by quarterback Justin Herbert but dogged by the organization’s history of coming up short.

“Jim Harbaugh is football personified, and I can think of no one better to lead the Chargers forward,” owner Dean Spanos said in a statement. “The son of a coach, brother of a coach and father of a coach who himself was coached by names like Schembechler and Ditka, for the past two decades Jim has led hundreds of men to success everywhere he’s been — as their coach.

“And today, Jim Harbaugh returns to the Chargers, this time as our coach. Who has it better than us?”

The Chargers have won only two playoff games over the last 15 years and have advanced to the postseason just once since losing in the divisional round in 2018.

The franchise’s lone Super Bowl appearance resulted in a 49-26 loss to San Francisco following the 1994 season.

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From Bill Plaschke : The Chargers finally get it. The Chargers finally got it.

Seven years after barging into Los Angeles amid a cacophony of catcalls, the Chargers finally figured out how to quiet the doubters, capture the buzz and take a significant bite out of the market.

They finally hired a nationally celebrated figure who will cause a commotion, raise a ruckus, and, oh yeah, win football games.

They just hired Jim Harbaugh .

Their biggest win yet.

John, Jim Harbaugh can thank their parents for their football drive

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Conference championship Sunday AFC No. 3 Kansas City at No. 1 Baltimore, noon, CBS, Paramount+

NFC No. 3 Detroit at No. 1 San Francisco, 3:30 p.m., Fox, Fox Deportes

Note: Super Bowl is Feb. 11 at 3:30 p.m. on CBS and Paramount+

From Helene Elliott : While the Lakers continue to flutter around .500, while fans rip coach Darvin Ham’s lineups and rotations and demand his head — or a season-saving trade , or both — the Clippers quietly and smoothly keep winning.

Once past the difficulties of adjusting to James Harden’s early-season arrival , they’ve been content to let the drama simmer and headlines erupt at the other end of the hallway at Arena. Their 127-116 victory over the Lakers on Tuesday, led by Kawhi Leonard’s 25-point, 11-rebound, 10-assist performance in his second career triple-double, was their sixth win in their past seven games and 11th in their past 13, a surge that has them wedged comfortably in fourth place in the West at 28-14.

“You damn near have to play perfect basketball to beat those guys. They’re in a really good rhythm,” Ham said after the Lakers (22-23) lost for the 14th time in 22 games since they won the NBA’s in-season tournament.

That kind of success gave Clippers coach Tyronn Lue the luxury of being critical of his team after the victory, which also featured a 23-point, 10-assist performance from Harden and 17 off the bench from Norman Powell.

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From Thuc Nhi Nguyen : Nneka Ogwumike was the cornerstone of Curt Miller ‘s rebuild but after one year, the former most valuable player is planning her exit.

Ogwumike, an unrestricted free agent, told the Sparks she intends to leave after 12 seasons with the franchise that drafted her first overall in 2012, a person not authorized to speak publicly confirmed Wednesday. Teams could begin negotiating with free agents on Jan. 21.

ESPN reported Ogwumike’s decision with a statement from Sparks managing partner Eric Holoman.

“I want to thank Nneka Ogwumike for 12 incredible seasons with the Los Angeles Sparks,” the statement read. “Nneka has been a leader and changemaker for the Sparks, the city of Los Angeles, the WNBA, and women’s sports. From drafting her No. 1 in 2012, to her game-winning shot in the 2016 WNBA Finals, her 2016 MVP trophy, and so many special memories, her legacy is cemented as one of the greatest to ever wear Purple & Gold.”

JJ Peterka had two goals and an assist, Alex Tuch scored the go-ahead goal early in the third period and the Buffalo Sabres rallied to beat the Kings 5-3 on Wednesday night.

Jack Quinn had a goal and two assists and Dylan Cozens had a goal and an assist for the Sabres, who trailed 3-1 midway through the first period. Devon Levi stopped 37 shots.

It was Buffalo’s first win in 14 games this season when trailing by at least two goals after the first period.

The Kings’ Anze Kopitar had a goal and reached the 40-point mark for the 18th straight season. The Kings captain was honored before the game for becoming the franchise leader in games played and assists as well as reaching 400 career goals earlier this season.

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1894 — Jim Corbett knocks out Charley Mitchell in the third round to retain the world heavyweight title.

1924 — The first Winter Olympics are held in Chamonix, France.

1939 — Joe Louis knocks out John Henry Lewis at 2:39 of the first round to retain the world heavyweight title.

1945 — Larry MacPhail, Dan Topping and Del Webb buy the New York Yankees for $2.8 million.

1960 — Wilt Chamberlain of the Philadelphia Warriors sets a record for rookies with 58 points in a 127-117 triumph over the Detroit Pistons. Chamberlain also grabs 42 rebounds.

1968 — Bob Seagren sets an indoor pole vault record in the Millrose Games at New York’s Madison Square Garden. Seagren’s world record leap is 17 feet, 4 1/4 inches.

1981 — Jim Plunkett’s two first-quarter touchdown passes, including a Super Bowl-record 80-yard strike to running back Kenny King, leads the Oakland Raiders to a 27-10 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles.

1987 — The New York Giants win the Super Bowl with a 39-20 rout of the Denver Broncos. The Giants, trailing 10-9 at halftime, score 30 points in the second half to set a Super Bowl record. Phil Simms completes a record 10 straight passes and 22 of 25 attempts overall.

1991 — Brett Hull scores two goals to become the third player in NHL history to score 50 goals in less than 50 games (49). Hull adds two assists to lead the St. Louis Blues to a 9-4 rout of the Detroit Red Wings.

1998 — John Elway and the Denver Broncos win the Super Bowl by beating the Green Bay Packers 31-24. Terrell Davis, selected the MVP, rushes for 157 yards scores on three 1-yard touchdown runs, including the winner with 1:45 left.

2003 — Serena Williams survives an error-filled match to beat elder sister Venus 7-6 (4), 3-6, 6-4 to win the Australian Open for her fourth straight major championship.

2014 — Li Na, who turns 32 next month, beats Dominika Cibulkova 7-6 (3), 6-0 in the Australian Open final to become the oldest woman to clinch the title here in the Open era.

2014 — Kate Hansen becomes the first American in nearly 17 years to win a World Cup singles luge race, prevailing at the season finale in Sigulda, Latvia. She’s the first World Cup winner for USA Luge since Cameron Myler won in 1997.

2015 — Mike Krzyzewski earns his 1,000th career win, making him the first NCAA Division I men’s coach to reach the milestone, when No. 5 Duke surges past St. John’s for a 77-68 victory at Madison Square Garden.

2022 — Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Keith Yandle becomes NHL’s new “Iron Man” with his 965th consecutive regular-season game, breaking Doug Jarvis’s all-time record, in a 4-3 loss at the New York Islanders

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Eagles rock LA homecoming for Long Goodbye tour, knock nearby 'spaceship' SoFi Stadium

L OS ANGELES – "Good evening and welcome to whatever this is," Eagles founding member, drummer and singer Don Henley said Friday to kick off their first 2024 concert of The Long Goodbye tour.

The seminal rock band, formed in Los Angeles in 1971, checked into Hotel California again for the first of four sold-out concerts at the Kia Forum for what is promised as the Eagles final tour. Henley took pride that the four nights ending Jan. 13 will mark 26 times at the iconic 17,500-seat venue.

"We've been playing this joint for 49 years," Henley said, adding that it was the band's strong preference over the gleaming 70,000-seat SoFi Stadium just across the street.

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"We could have just done one night at the spaceship next door and been done with it. But it sounds much better in here," said Henley, sending the Kia Forum crowd into a frenzy. "We prefer to work a little harder and give you a better listening experience."

The Eagles lived up to the great listening experience with Henley, 76, joining long-time guitarist Joe Walsh, 76, bassist Timothy B. Schmit, 76, along with guitarist Vince Gill , 66, who stepped in after founding member and guitarist Glenn Frey  died in 2016 at age 67. Frey's guitarist son Deacon, 31, has also rejoined the band.

Dropping into an acapella version of " Seven Bridges Road " to start the show, the Eagles proved they can still harmonize with startling beauty, following that up with hit-after-hit including "One of These Nights," "Lyin' Eyes," "Best of My Love" and "New Kid in Town."

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Songwriter J.D. Souther, who Henley said played a "critical role" in writing the latter two mega-Eagles hits, among others, made frequent stage appearances, including handling lead vocals in "New Kid in Town," duties once performed by the late Frey.

Deacon Frey, propped up sunglasses holding back his long black hair, handled his father's lead vocal duties on "Peaceful Easy Feeling," a pitch-perfect nostalgic rendition that ended with the stage screens showing a black-and-white photo of the smiling late Eagles founder.

Henley continued to pay concert tribute to Jimmy Buffett , dedicating his solo song "Boys of Summer" to "our dear friend" who died in September at 76.

Walsh held claim to his place as the Clown Prince of Rock by vamping onstage after a retro introduction from Schmidt as "the irreplaceable, the undeniable, the Master of the Stratocaster." Walsh proved worthy of the plaudits, pulling off power guitar solos in songs such as his hit "Life's Been Good."

But, Walsh has slightly adapted to the times, changing the line in his ode to spoiled rock stars from, "They write me letters, tell me I'm great" to "They write me emails, tell me I'm great."

By the time the band kicked into the classic road anthem "Already Gone," it was clear the Eagles are in fighting shape after performing the tour since kicking off Sept. 7 at New York City's Madison Square Garden.

"How we doing?" Henley asked after the song ended. "We've been practicing."

As promised in the title, The Long Goodbye will continue through 2025.

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How is Donald Fagen from Steely Dan?

Fagen, 75, rejoined The Long Goodbye and opened the show Friday with Steely Dan after being hospitalized for an unspecified illness in October. Fagen thanked the audience for the enthusiastic response to Steely Dan's classic song "My Old School."

"It's my first show of the year, and you're making it nice," Fagen said.

After playing "Reelin' In the Years," Fagen paid tribute to fellow band founder Walter Becker, who died in 2017 at 67.

"I want to thank Walter Becker for helping me write all of these tunes," said Fagen.

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Eagles rock LA homecoming for Long Goodbye tour, knock nearby 'spaceship' SoFi Stadium

Joe Walsh and guitarist Stuart Smith perform with the Eagles at the Kia Forum on Jan. 5.

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Inglewood, CA, November 4, 2022 – Taylor Swift has added a third show in Los Angeles, CA at SoFi Stadium on August 3, 2023 , in addition to the previously announced August 4 and 5, 2023 dates. Taylor will be supported by HAIM , and Gracie Abrams on Thursday, August 3 , HAIM , and Owenn on Friday, August 4 , and HAIM , and GAYLE on Saturday, August 5 . Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour will be presented by Capital One and produced by Taylor Swift Touring and promoted by the Messina Touring Group (MTG). 

To ensure tickets to Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour get into the hands of fans, Taylor Swift has partnered with Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan program.  Fans can register HERE for the TaylorSwiftTix Presale powered by Verified Fan starting now through Wednesday, November 9 at 11:59PM ET. Registered fans who receive a code will have exclusive access to purchase tickets on Tuesday, November 15 starting at 10AM local venue time. Only fans that have received a unique code will have the chance to purchase tickets starting at $49 up to $449. In addition, VIP packages will start at $199 up to $899 on a first come, first served basis. 

Previous Lover Fest Verified Fan purchasers will receive preferred access to participate in the TaylorSwiftTix Presale. Please make sure that you register with the same Ticketmaster Account as your Lover Fest purchase.  Public on-sale begins Friday, November 18 at 10AM local venue time. Registration for the TaylorSwiftTix Presale powered by Verified Fan is open now at .

In addition, through Capital One’s multi-year partnership with Taylor Swift, an exclusive premium allocation of tickets has been set aside for Capital One cardholders, who will have priority access to purchase tickets on November 15 th at 2PM local venue time through November 17 th at 10PM local venue time or until supplies last. 

Public on-sale will be at 10AM local venue time on November 18, 2022

About Gracie Abrams

Since making her debut with “Mean It” in October 2019, Gracie Abrams has emerged as one of the most compelling songwriters of her generation.  She is a consummate songwriter who names iconic figures like Joni Mitchell and Taylor Swift as her most formative influences.  

With the arrival of her debut project minor in summer 2020, she received glowing reviews from the likes of Pigeons & Planes, i-D, Vogue and NME. Executive-produced by Blake Slatkin — and also made with leading producers like Joel Little and benny blanco- minor features her beloved singles, “21,” and “I miss you, I’m sorry”.  

In November 2021, Abrams returned with This Is What It Feels Like , a 12-track project exploring such complex emotional experiences as self-betrayal, insecurity, and failed attempts at connection.  Abrams took on a greater role in the production process here, working with The National’s Aaron Dessner, Joel Little and Blake Slatkin to dream up each track.

 Abrams kicked off 2022 with a headline tour of North America followed by a support slot on Olivia Rodrigo’s tour.  She reconnected with Dessner to release two songs this year – “Block me out” and “Difficult” – and continues to work on her debut album.


GAYLE’s debut EP,  a study of the human experience volume one , captures the 18 year old’s most specific and vividly real emotions: the tension between longing for connection and fearing vulnerability, the risk and thrill of refusing to compromise your own needs. Released in early 2022, the project features her electrifying chart topping smash single “ abcdefu ”: a double-Platinum anthem that propelled the Nashville-based artist to over 2 billion streams globally and such milestones as being named as a Billboard Music Awards finalist, and earn such honors as American Music Award and People’s Choice Award nominations for Best New Artist, and 2 MTV VMA nominations. In the midst of navigating that whirlwind success, GAYLE headed back into the studio to create  a study of the human experience volume two —a powerful new EP that doubles down on its predecessor’s unapologetic truth-telling, with  American Songwriter  writing “GAYLE’s uncensored honesty as a lyrical storyteller is what makes her music so captivating.” Highlighted by the playfully chaotic “ fmk (with blackbear) ” and the blissful “ snow angels ,”  a study of the human experience volume two  is out now. Heralded as a magnetic live performer, GAYLE has spent the past year on a headline tour, playing alongside Tate McRae, AJR, My Chemical Romance, and at festival dates around the world.

HAIM are sisters Este, Danielle, and Alana Haim, hailing from Los Angeles, CA. The band made history as the first all-female rock group to be nominated for GRAMMY® Album of The Year with their third album, ‘Women In Music Pt. III.’ The album received two GRAMMY® nominations, the band’s single “The Steps” was nominated for ‘Best Rock Performance.’  The band again made history winning a Brit Award for Best International Group, the first time an all-female act has won this award since Destiny’s Child in 2002.  ‘Women In Music Pt. III’ was released in June and was met with an overwhelming amount of critical acclaim, rave reviews and included on a variety of year-end Top 10 lists. Named a “Critic’s Pick” by  The New York Times  and “Best New Music” by  Pitchfork , they heralded, “the third album from the trio is far and away their best. Intimate, multidimensional, and wide-ranging, the songwriting shines with personality and a great curiosity for melody and style.” ‘Women In Music Pt. III’ debuted at #1 on the Album Sales Chart, Alternative Chart and Rock Chart following release week in the US. The band also earned the #1 album in the UK, marking their second time at the top of the UK albums chart. Haim released their debut album “Days Are Gone” in 2013 which earned them a GRAMMY® nomination for Best New Artist. Renowned for their engaging high-energy live performances, HAIM have toured the world playing headline shows and festival stages including Glastonbury, Coachella, Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, and more.  On their most recent headlining tour in support of Women In Music Part III, HAIM sold out shows at New York’s Madison Square Garden as well as Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles and 02 Arena in London


This Summer, OWENN, the talented multi-hyphenate, brought his enigmatic spirit and smokey sense of soul to the forefront as he formally introduced himself on his debut tour, highlighted by a Main Stage East show at Lollapalooza Paris; OWENN carried the momentum from Europe having just recently opened for Lil Nas X on the two sold out New York, Radio City Music Hall shows – Long Live Montero Tour.  

OWENN has attracted attention contributing dance moves on stages worldwide with A-list artists such as Beyoncé, Rihanna, Taylor Swift, Miley Cyrus, Lady Gaga, Alicia Keys, Megan Thee Stallion, Normani and others. Including, most recently working with Lil Nas X to choreograph his tv performances for MTV VMAs and live show appearances on the iHeart Jingle Ball Tour.  OWENN became a staple of Taylor Swift’s show on her  1989 Tour  and  Reputation Tour .  In 2019, he starred alongside Taylor in her video for “ Lover ,” as well as Normani in her video for “ Motivation ”.

Inspired by Prince, Marvin Gaye, Usher, Fleetwood Mac, David Bowie, and the Smiths, among others, OWENN’s emotional and spiritual approach to dance translated to writing and recording. OWENN’s debut EP will be released in fall of 2023.

About SoFi Stadium

SoFi Stadium, the home of the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers, is located at Hollywood Park, a near 300-acre sports and entertainment destination being developed by Los Angeles Rams Owner/Chairman E. Stanley Kroenke in Inglewood, Calif. The 3.1 million square-foot SoFi Stadium is the largest stadium in the NFL, as well as the first indoor-outdoor stadium. It seats approximately 70,000, expandable up to 100,000, with more than 260 luxury suites and more than 13,000 premium seats. SoFi Stadium was host to Super Bowl LVI and will host the College Football National Championship Game in 2023, and the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the Olympic Games in 2028. Adjacent to the stadium and sitting under the same roof canopy is the 2.5-acre American Airlines Plaza and the 6,000-seat YouTube Theater. 

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