When the NFL season eventually kicks off, pandemic permitting, the Raiders will play in their new home at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.
The Redskins and D.C. leaders for years have hoped to return the team to the city by building a new home at the site of RFK Stadium, where fans once enjoyed a golden era.
A defining feature of SoFi Stadium, the double-sided Oculus video board will usher in a new amenity in fan experience when it rises toward the venue’s transparent roof.
Before you know it, the air here will be alive with footballs flung by Rams quarterback Jared Goff and Chargers quarterback To Be Determined. By then, there will even be turf on the ground and seats in the stands.
The NFL’s 100th season logo is already emblazoned on the 50-yard line of the fresh, new sod laid out at Hard Rock Stadium.
An ugly finish for the Oakland Raiders was matched by some ugly scenes from their fans Sunday in the team’s final game at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum.
The new Inglewood venue to be the home of the Rams and Chargers will be known as SoFi Stadium, according to a naming rights deal announced Sunday.
The District plans to tear down the dilapidated RFK Stadium by 2021, a move officials say is driven by a need to save money and not to advance any plans for the Redskins to build a new football stadium there.
The stadium commonly know to Coloradans as “Mile High” has been renamed Empower Field at Mile High. The agreement, which runs through the year 2039, is pending approval by the Metropolitan Football Stadium District, according to the Broncos.
“When does a topping-off ceremony turn into a naming-rights celebration? Only in Las Vegas,” Raiders owner Mark Davis said Monday at the Allegiant Stadium topping-out ceremony. “Here we are. Allegiant Stadium.”