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Old 09-25-2017, 01:59 PM
 
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There are multiple stadiums in SoCal that could work for Olympic soccer but the only ones announced as of now are:

Rams Stadium will host the men's final and other games
The Rose Bowl will host the women's final and other games
Banc of CA Stadium will host multiple games

The Coliseum and Stub Hub Center will be used for other events so no soccer there.

The three facilities named above will be able to handle the games over the course of two weeks without an issue - it's only 32 games.
Got to have 60,000. Coliseum and Rose Bowl only two I can think of. That aren't baseball.
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Old 09-25-2017, 03:28 PM
 
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Got to have 60,000. Coliseum and Rose Bowl only two I can think of. That aren't baseball.
Why does it have to be 60,000? Many of the matches will struggle to sell 25,000, this isn't the World Cup. Almost no really big name stars will be playing due to the age restrictions and its kind of an afterthought of a tournament until teams get close to the medals.
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Old 09-25-2017, 07:11 PM
 
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Got to have 60,000. Coliseum and Rose Bowl only two I can think of. That aren't baseball.
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Why does it have to be 60,000? Many of the matches will struggle to sell 25,000, this isn't the World Cup. Almost no really big name stars will be playing due to the age restrictions and its kind of an afterthought of a tournament until teams get close to the medals.
Banc of CA Stadium has been named as one of the sites for soccer. Although is has a small capacity, it would make sense for some of the preliminary games as they often aren't as big of a draw.
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Old 11-10-2017, 04:31 AM
 
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Vegas Raiders aim to host World Cup, Super Bowl - Raiders aim to host World Cup, Super Bowl at new Las Vegas Stadium - KTNV.com Las Vegas
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