Opened in September 2020, SoFi Stadium is home to two NFL teams, the Los Angeles Chargers and the Los Angeles Rams, and is scheduled to host major international sports events. SoFi Stadium is designed to offer open air, with three venues covered by one giant roof. With a roof area of 75,000m2, SoFi Stadium is the largest stadium in the world installing a single-layer film as a complete roof system.
Fluon® ETFE film used in this stadium has been produced by AGC in an integrated manner from the raw material stage since its launch in 1976. Fluon® ETFE film is characterized by excellent heat and weather resistance, as well as optical transparency. It is used as a highly functional material in a wide range of fields, including electronics, aircraft, aerospace, and solar cells. It is also used in the construction of large sports stadiums and green houses with membrane structures.
* highly reflective ink printing; Ink technology used in this printing developed by AGC is patented in the United States.
Location: Inglewood, California, United States
Start of construction: November 17, 2016
Completion of construction: September 8, 2020
Design: HKS, Inc.
Structural design: Walter P Moore Engineers and Consultants
Project manager: Legends Global Planning
General contractor: Turner/Hunt JV
Construction cost: USD 5-6 billion (estimated, including development costs)
Capacity: 70,240 (expandable to100,240 for large events)
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