As it turns out the Galaxy aren’t finished upgrading the StubHub Center.
This morning the LA Galaxy, AEG and the Chargers announced a series of improvements to the 14-year-old cathedral of American soccer. Full announcement here.
As part of improvements to the fan experience at StubHub Center, a new 20-foot by 52-foot, 1,040 square foot LED video board will be built on the south side of the stadium to complement the north side’s GalaxyTV, a 5,100 square foot LED screen which is the largest in MLS and rivals most NFL stadium video boards. There will also be upgraded club seating in sections 110-112, located at midfield, and additional upgrades to the suites throughout StubHub Center. In the upper sideline sections at StubHub Center, new tip-up seats will be installed to replace the bleacher row seating. State-of-the-art LED ribbon boards will also be installed throughout the stadium.
The club has invested over $35 million into the venue since improvements began in 2013.
What do you think of the changes?