Los Angeles FC to Build New 22,000-Seater Stadium
May 19, 2015
New Major League Soccer (MLS) team Los Angeles Football Club have outlined plans to build a new $250 million stadium in South Los Angeles.
Henry Nguyen, head of the Los Angeles Football Club’s ownership group said: “We are committed to making our home in South Los Angeles and to be part of the phenomenal development happening along the Figueroa corridor that extends to downtown Los Angeles.”
Peter Guber executive chairman of LAFC added: “Los Angeles is a city famed for its creativity and innovation. In that tradition we look forward to building a premier club, in a state of the art stadium delivering a state of the heart experience, and bringing the world’s game to the City of Angels.”
LAFC hope to have the stadium ready for their inaugural MLS season in 2018.