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Rams, Chargers unveil $5 billion SoFi Stadium at virtual ceremony ahead of NFL kickoff
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SoFi Stadium, the new home of the NFL’s Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers, was officially unveiled on Tuesday after nearly four years of construction and billions of dollars spent.
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Top officials associated with the project, including Rams owner and billionaire real estate developer Stan Kroenke, Chargers owner Dean Spanos and Inglewood Mayor James T. Butts held a virtual ribbon-cutting ceremony to inaugurate SoFi Stadium. In a pre-recorded video message for the ceremony, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell thanked Kroenke for spearheading the project.
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“When we laid down our expectations for the NFL to return to Los Angeles, we said we would need an iconic two-team stadium and an adjacent entertainment district, and Stan, you have delivered on all of that and more,” Goodell said. “The NFL can’t wait to move our West Coast headquarters to Hollywood Park next year and be part of this unprecedented project.”