Los Angeles Football Club has released renderings of its new soccer-specific stadium. The LA City Council unanimously approved the final environmental impact report and other entitlement agreements.
The new stadium development, which will bring more than US$250m in private investment to South Los Angeles, will be anchored by a new 22,000-seat soccer-specific venue. The project, designed by LA-based architectural firm Gensler, will also include over 100,000ft2 of new restaurants, office space, a conference center and a world soccer museum. The stadium will maximize fan and player experiences, incorporating elements and best practices from entertainment and sports venues from around the world.