The Probable Spot Of A New LA NFL Stadium (Photos)

Hollywood Park & Parking LotsMonday, the Los Angeles Times broke the news of St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke's plans to merge his 60-acre plot of land in Inglewood, California with the adjoining nearly 300-acre site owned by Stockridge Capital Group. Stockridge's land includes the recently closed Hollywood Park racetrack, with Kroenke's area representing a portion of the auxiliary parking lot of the once legendary horse racing venue. Collectively, the group intends on building an 80,000-seat football stadium, a 6,000-seat outdoor concert venue, as well as hotel, retail, residential and recreational space.

With the chances of the Rams and/or Chargers and Raiders coming to Los Angeles increasing by the day, below is a look at the plot of land that may very well be the site of the stadium that ultimately solves the long standing NFL to LA conundrum.

The site sits in the LA County city of Inglewood, located in close proximity to four freeways (405, 105, 10, 110) and Los Angeles International Airport (4 miles west).


Exterior of the closed Hollywood Park. The facility first opened in 1938.

Hollywood Park & Parking Lots

Hollywood Park & Parking Lots


Exterior of the still operating Hollywood Park Casino.

Hollywood Park Casino


The Kroneke owned parking lots.

Hollywood Park & Parking Lots

Hollywood Park & Parking Lots


The recently refurbished Forum, located directly across the street from the above parking lots. Now a venue exclusively dedicated to concerts, the Forum was once the longtime home of both the Lakers and Kings.

The Forum Inglewood


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