The NFL is announcing a partnership with NuvaRing to build a new football stadium in Los Angeles, the first time the league has made such a move in decades.
NuvaRock will supply the Rams with building materials from a range of sources, including the US Department of Energy, the National Guard, and local governments.
The stadium will be located at the corner of Sunset and Wilshire boulevards.
It will host a total of 20,000 fans, including thousands of professional athletes, in addition to the Rams’ home games.
The new facility is expected to open in 2020.
The NFL’s Los Angeles office has not yet announced a timeline for when the stadium might be open, but sources told ESPN the project would be completed before the 2020 season.
It would be built at the same site as the Rams stadium, a former parking lot in the heart of downtown.
The project is being spearheaded by Los Angeles-based NuvaRings, which has been working on building stadium facilities in California for more than three decades.
In 2017, it bought a 16.9 percent stake in the Los Angeles City Council.
The team is currently on the verge of naming a new home after legendary quarterback Joe Montana.
The new stadium will house the Los Angelenos Rams, which play their home games at the Staples Center in Los Angels, California.
Los Angeles is also the home of the Los Ingobernables, a professional soccer team.
The Rams’ new home is expected for the 2020-2021 season.
The Rams’ previous stadium, the Santa Monica Sports Arena, is due to be demolished by 2020 and replaced with a new soccer stadium, in part to meet a federal requirement to renovate stadiums for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
The announcement comes a day after the Los Angles City Council approved a request to move the Rams to Los Angeles.
The council voted unanimously to move forward with the $1.8 billion plan, which would involve the relocation of about 1,500 workers and other costs.
The council approved the proposal, which will require $1 billion in public financing from the city and other sources.
The team has also been exploring a possible move to Las Vegas.
Last year, the Rams had been exploring whether to move to the city, but that plan has been put on hold indefinitely.