American Airlines will pay $90 million to sponsor the massive, $5 billion Los Angeles stadium the Rams and Chargers will call home — take a look inside

HKS Architects/ChargersThe Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers will soon share a multi-billion-dollar stadium.

In 2020, the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers will share a stadium in Inglewood, California.

The LA Stadium, which will house both teams, is a massive, sprawling $US5 billion project that will host year-round sports and entertainment events. It’s also slated to host the opening and closing ceremonies for the 2028 Olympics.

In August, the stadium landed its first official sponsor: American Airlines. The company will sponsor the American Airlines Plaza, which will serve as a two-level, 2.5-acre entrance to the stadium. According to a report by Bloomberg, the airline will pay $US90 million over 10 years to sponsor the stadium.

Renderings of the arena show a sleek, state-of-the-art, open-air building, with plenty of restaurants and bars, community spaces, and the in-vogue “halo” scoreboard the Atlanta Falcons brought to the NFL.

Keep reading for a look at the renderings.


The entire complex sprawls over 298 acres just outside of LA.

Source: The New York Times


The complex will include retail and residential space.

Source: Chargers


The space is pretty scenic.

Source: HKS Architects/Chargers


The outdoor area certainly has an LA-vibe.

Source: HKS Architects/Chargers


In August, the stadium landed American Airlines as its first official sponsor.

Source: Los Angeles Chargers


At a cost of $US90 million over 10 years, American Airlines will sponsor the American Airlines Plaza, which will serve as a two-level, 2.5-acre entrance to the stadium.

Source: Bloomberg


There are some airy community spaces.

Source: HKS Architects/Chargers


The venue itself is bright and offers good views even from the nosebleeds.

Source: HKS Architects/Chargers


Here’s a look at the “halo” scoreboard …

Source: HKS Architects/Chargers


… the mid-field view …

Source: HKS Architects/Chargers


… and the end zone view. The open-air sections at the end zones might allow for some nice breezes on the field.

Source: HKS Architects/Chargers


The open concourses are a nice touch.

Source: HKS Architects/Chargers


The suites are pretty standard.

Source: HKS Architects/Chargers


There are over 13,000 premium seats available, and some clubs come with sleek-looking spaces.

Source: Chargers


There are three different tiers of premium seats and they come with some varying benefits.

Source: Chargers


There will be community spaces for people to gather …

Source: HKS Architects/Chargers


… and an array of dining options.

Source: HKS Architects/Chargers


There are even trendy-looking bars!

Source: HKS Architects/Chargers


Now check out a similar modern-looking arena the Milwaukee Bucks built…

Via Milwaukee Bucks

Check out the Milwaukee Bucks’ chic, new $US524 million arena>

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