NFC Championship Game – LA Rams SoFi Stadium is Under Siege
When the LA Rams returned to Los Angeles, the hope was to re-graft the franchise back to the city where they had played for many years. That plan has had… mixed results. On the plus side, there can be no denying that the advent of SoFi Stadium has placed the Crown Jewel of NFL stadium in Inglewood, CA.
The stadium is the only co-op football field in the NFL today. The stadium is home to both the LA Rams and the LA Chargers, and it’s quite clear that there is plenty of room for both teams within the multi-billion sports complex.
The stadium continues to foster marvel and wonderment among those in attendance. It’s all of the energy of a live performance, coupled with all of the techno-thrills of an IMAX surround theatre. And it’s designed to give each and every NFL fan a thrilling experience.
And many believe that it has hit that objective on the bullseye.
The design of the stadium is incredible. Its open-air design catches breezes and natural airflow to refresh the air inside the stadium and ensure the comfort of spectators. The centerpiece to the stadium is the Occulus, a 360-degree oval video display that can project video imagery on the front and back of each panel.
It’s the culmination of modern technology. But there is one small hitch. Can you guess what that might be?