Time-lapse shots show recent progress in the construction of the new Inglewood NFL stadium that is set to become the state-of-the-art home of both the LA Rams and the LA Chargers.
Once complete, the $2.6bn stadium will be the largest in the USA, at nearly 3 million square feet (278,710m2). It will have seating for 70,240 fans, as well as room for a further 100,000 spectators in standing-room-only scenarios.
The 300-acre (121ha) project site will also feature an urban village with retail, restaurants, a hotel, parks, an artificial lake and 3,000 housing units.
The stadium will open in time for the 2020 football season, and has been selected to host the 2022 Super Bowl.
Main image courtesy of Phillip Kalantzis Cope