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 by BuiltRamTough
1 month ago
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Armenia   Los Angeles
Hall of Fame

I was in the area and decided to have lunch by the stadium lol
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 by DirtyFacedKid
1 month ago
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United States of America   El Segundo
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Imma let @BuiltRamTough answer but, as someone who lives nearby and can see it from multiple vistas on different freeways on the daily, it's massive and impressive and makes me giddy. :D

 by St. Loser Fan
1 month ago
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United States of America   LA Coliseum
Superstar

I prefer the understated elegance of SoFi over some of the high profile monsters out there. Dallas, Indianapolis and Atlanta are some examples.

I also like the color choice over the recent dark depressing colors at Atlanta, Minneapolis and Las Vegas.

 by St. Loser Fan
1 month ago
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United States of America   LA Coliseum
Superstar

DirtyFacedKid wrote:Imma let @BuiltRamTough answer but, as someone who lives nearby and can see it from multiple vistas on different freeways on the daily, it's massive and impressive and makes me giddy. :D


It’s massive, but doesn’t shove it in your face. If you’ve driven on the Landry Freeway going east towards Dallas, past Arlington you’ll understand what I’m talking about with AT&T. SoFi is organic. Jerruh World looks plopped down.

 by BuiltRamTough
1 month ago
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Armenia   Los Angeles
Hall of Fame

What’s interesting is you could see the stands from outside the stadium. So coming in to the stadium is going to create extra excitement because you’ll see fans sitting down.

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