Los Angeles Stadium at Hollywood Park appears to be coming together fast and in amazing fashion. An overhead shot of the construction courtesy of the LA Times' Arash Markazi shows just how big the Inglewood complex will be. The nearly $5 billion stadium plans to open its doors in 2020 and is scheduled to host Super Bowl LVI in 2022, the College Football Playoff National Championship in 2023 and the 2028 Summer Olympics.
A current look at the future home of the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers, which is set to open next year. pic.twitter.com/3ihgsR7ZyN— Arash Markazi (@ArashMarkazi) February 18, 2019
Eventually, the stadium will be covered with a roof, as seen here:
Rams' new stadium from overhead shows progress on roof canopy https://t.co/JgfNvoKZWR— Rams Wire (@TheRamsWire) January 10, 2019
The stadium is expected to a state-of-the-art facility in every way possible, with it's biggest feature being a halo-shaped video board that will be above the field. It will be double-sided so that it can be fully seen from any vantage point in the stadium.
Fans of Los Angeles football have to be happy with the product their city was able to put on the field this past season. In 2018, the Rams and Chargers finished 13-3 and 12-4 respectively, with the Rams appearing in Super Bowl LIII against the New England Patriots.