The LA Galaxy safe standing supporter’s section at Dignity Health Sports Park has a name: Victoria Block. Inspired by the street that runs parallel to the north end bleachers, the under-construction section spanning rows 120-123 is set to be completed by the start of the season.
With the San Diego Chargers moving to Inglewood after using the stadium as a temporary facility the past three years, the Galaxy can improve the stadium around the club. More bars on the north end concourse and additional premium seating will be introduced in the next few years.
New name. Same energy.— LA Galaxy (@LAGalaxy) December 12, 2019
“It is paramount that we continue to invest in resources at Dignity Health Sports Park that benefit our supporters,” President Chris Klein exclaimed. “A unified, safe-standing supporters’ section will give our fans the platform to showcase their passion and support for this club. We can’t wait for the debut of Victoria Block for the 2020 season.”
“Our players thrive off of our crowd during games,” adds GM Dennis te Kloese. “Having a unified supporters’ section at our stadium will only help our club on the field. The team is excited to have the support from the multiple supporters’ groups that will make up Victoria Block.”
$35 million has been spent overall on the past five years of improvements.