For the next two seasons, the newly moved Los Angeles Chargers will be “renting” StubHub Center — a venue used primarily for soccer matches and concerts.
The stadium itself will hold 30,000 people — a far cry from the 70,000+ Qualcomm Stadium held in San Diego. It will be a unique experience for fans, as some of the seats will be far closer to the field than anything seen in a conventional football stadium.
Famed ESPN writer/reporter Arash Markazi recently tweeted out some pictures of what StubHub Center will look like for Chargers’ games.
Here’s a sneak peak:
A preview of what StubHub Center will look like for Los Angeles Chargers games. pic.twitter.com/vYBLXttI5r
— Arash Markazi (@ArashMarkazi) March 23, 2017
In two years, the Chargers will move into a gigantic brand new stadium in Inglewood — sharing it with the Los Angeles Rams.
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