Last night, the city of Los Angeles unveiled its designs to build an outrageously glamorous 60,000-seat stadium that would be home to the Oakland Raiders and the San Diego Chargers.
The $1.7 billion stadium will feature a giant Lombardi Trophy inside the stadium (to remind both teams what they’ll never touch), an authentic farmers market in the tailgating area of the stadium, a drive-in parking garage within the stadium for the uber-rich, and a 105-foot bar.
The stadium will also have a 40,000 square foot “Director’s Club,” in which premium ticket buyers will be able to sit directly behind the bench, a 175-foot retractable glass wall open air premium lounge called the “Hollywood Club,” and Red Zone on giant HD screens playing outside before the game begins.
There’s no guarantee this stadium will be approved by the necessary parties, but if it is, you can find me at the farmers market picking up some organic, grass-fed snap peas. Is that a thing? Don’t answer that, I don’t give a shit.
P.S. They had me at ‘narrated by Kiefer Sutherland.’ Love this stadium, not over-the-top at all. If that’s what Jack Bauer thinks, I do too.
[h/t SB Nation]