Opening game day Inglewood will forever change
Rams-Chargers Stadium is slated to open for its charter game opener on a yet undisclosed date this summer. Cheering fans will echo throughout Inglewood, LAX, and the South Bay, as the excitement of throngs carry in
Rams-Chargers Stadium is slated to open for its charter game opener on a yet undisclosed date this summer.
Cheering fans will echo throughout Inglewood, LAX, and the South Bay, as the excitement of throngs carry in the wind
INGLEWOOD (MNS) – In less than five months, the NFL will herald another a brand new stadium to the rotation when the Los Angeles Rams and Chargers open their massive venue in Inglewood. It is slated to be complete this summer with both teams playing their home games here.
It is already spectacular in size and scope with 90 percent complete. The impressive venue will not only be home field for the Rams and Chargers, it will also host events such as the Super Bowl, the college football national championship, and the Summer Olympic Games.
It will not be long now before the roar of thousands of Rams and Chargers fans will be heard echoing far and wide throughout Inglewood, LAX, the South Bay, and South LA, as the cheering excitement of throngs carry in the wind.
With the stadium really coming together, it’s almost impossible to ignore one aspect of it – something Chargers fans may not be thrilled about. The shape of the stadium (right now) strongly resembles that of the Rams’ logo, a stupendous engineering feat. While it will only be truly appreciated from the air by local aircraft and passengers flying into LAX aboard commercial jet aircraft, it goes without saying that the Chargers will be doing their all to add electricity to the fanfare.
Fans can rest assured the ChargingBigHorn will be present to take it all in with game results, highlights, and analysis.
Metropolis News Service.