The brand new SoFi Stadium in Inglewood held its official ribbon cutting ceremony today, just days before it's set to host its first major sporting event!
The beautiful new venue stretches over 298 acres, and has the capacity to fit up to 100,000 people inside -- which is over three-times bigger than Disneyland!
(Oh, and it's also the new home of the largest video screen inside of ANY sports arena!)
Construction took just a little over four years to complete, and it only went a few billion dollars over the original budget...
The ribbon cutting on Tuesday was not open to the public. However, Conway was lucky enough to get a tour of the new stadium last week!
"That stadium is the most beautiful thing, probably in America, when it comes to sports," Conway said.
Take a look at some of the photos Conway snapped during his tour:
The new SoFi Stadium will host the Rams' Week 1 NFL game against the Dallas Cowboys this Sunday. But unfortunately, fans will not be in the stands for the game, due to... you guessed it... the coronavirus pandemic.
The Chargers are set to play their first game in the new stadium on September 20, against the Kansas City Chiefs.
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