Rams Owner Stan Kroenke Debuts His $5.5 Billion Dream Stadium

Spotlight on stadium field

Stan Kroenke wanted an arena that celebrated Southern California and the indoor-outdoor lifestyle its residents enjoy.

September 14, 2020
Christopher Palmeri - Bloomberg

The first thing you notice that’s different about SoFi Stadium is that you can walk from the parking lot almost directly into the fifth level of the arena.

There’s no passing through gate after gate or ascending endless circular walkways. Construction workers dug up over 7 million cubic yards of dirt to build an arena that sits 100 feet (30 meters) below grade.

It’s one of the many features that make SoFi, the National Football League’s biggest stadium, surprisingly visitor-friendly. Not that fans will be able to experience it just yet. When the stadium debuts Sunday with the first game of the Los Angeles Rams’ season, it will be spectator-free -- the result of pandemic-spurred restrictions on gatherings. But it will still be a spectacle.



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