Here Are 5 Things to Check out This Fall at SoFi Stadium During a Los Angeles Chargers Game
Surely no one needs an excuse to watch football, but if you do, a trip to SoFi Stadium to see the Los Angeles Chargers play is a good one. SoFi Stadium is not only home to our favorite LA football teams but also to some of the latest in tech entertainment, making your game-day experience one of a kind. The construction cost of this stadium was $5 billion, and it even features a seismic moat to protect it during earthquakes! And between its monstrous 70,000 square-foot Infinity Screen above the field (the biggest 4K end-to-end video board in the world) to its slew of dining and drinking options, SoFi Stadium has revolutionized the live football experience. Here are six reasons to visit SoFi Stadium this fall. SoFi Stadium Pacifico Patio
The Pacifico Patio
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Nothing beats watching your favorite football team with your favorite beer in hand, and SoFi Stadium has you covered! Pacifico is the official beer of the Los Angeles Chargers and SoFi Stadium’s Pacifico Patio offers Pacifico‘s signature Clara Mexican beer. With its trademark yellow banner, the Pacifico Patio is easy to find and is a dream come true for cerveza lovers. Located on the north concourse of the stadium, this SoCal favorite offers its staple liquid gold beer, so go enjoy some brew with your crew. And if you’re craving something zesty, order one of the 22 oz micheladas!
SoFi Stadium Pacifico Patio
The Equipment Room
If you’re looking to snag a souvenir, be sure to check out The Equipment Room at SoFi Stadium. The mecca of swag and gifts for the kids, The Equipment Room is home to the largest assortment of both Rams and Chargers gear and stadium exclusives for both teams. From top-quality brands to gab gifts and gadgets, this store will exceed your football garb expectations. During football season, be sure to look out for deals and discounts on specific merchandise. With something for everyone at The Equipment Room, you can’t go to SoFi Stadium without peeking inside and treating yourself!
Cabanas and Suites
For the boujee group, booking one of SoFi Stadium’s cabanas or suites is a sweet deal. Whether you and your gang of football fanatics want to all chip in for a field cabana or you just want to host a handful of your closest family and friends in a private floor suite, SoFi Stadium offers dozens of suites and cabanas to make your visit one to remember. From smaller suites like the Perch Suite, holding around eight guests, to the Stage Suite, holding up to 38, every party can find a suite or cabana that fits its needs.
Local Insight: Suite and cabana pricing varies based on opponent, day of week, size, amenities and location. But let’s just say you can expect to pay a pretty penny (approximately north of $10k).
Ball Corp Aluminum Charger + Inner-City Arts Display
Every Chargers superfan needs to become a Ball Corp “Aluminum Charger.” Simply stand before the camera and watch yourself digitally transform before your eyes into a superhero-aluminum character. For old souls and youngsters alike, this is an innovative and fun way to spread the word on aluminum sustainability. And when you do visit SoFi Stadium, go take a glance at the Inner-City Arts Display, featuring talented, young artists involved in Inner-City Arts. A free exhibit, fans can check out this SoFi Stadium exclusive display showcasing 1,000 crushed aluminum cans made into briquettes and individual paintings.
SoFi Stadium Pacifico Patio
By the time you find your seats, the next thing on your mind might just be how to cure your cravings. At SoFi Stadium, four different culinary concepts, named after different streets in Los Angeles, will surely serve your stomach! Fairfax Ave keeps up with the classics by serving true American food like hot dogs, hamburgers and chocolate chip cookies. If that’s not to your liking, tiptoe over to Olvera St, where you can nosh on traditional Mexican food or enjoy some hearty Italian favorites at San Vicente Blvd. And last but certainly not least, Sawtelle Blvd is inspired by the flavors of Asia and the Tsunami Tots here are a must-try. A fresh take on a classic, these crispy tater tots are layered with many of the mouthwatering ingredients found in the cuisines that line Sawtelle Blvd.—think eel sauce, spicy kewpie mayo, sriracha, furikake, and togarashi, to name a few.
Local Insight: Each of these concepts are curated by famed chefs Jon Shoot and Vinny Dotolo!
Bootsy Bellows Field-Level Night Club
SoFi Stadium’s Bootsy Bellows is a snazzy field-level suite combining music, food, fashion and entertainment elements to create a one-of-a-kind game day experience. The space features a cocktail bar and a DJ booth with a retro design that pays tribute to the original West Hollywood location. The club spreads across 2,000 square feet, which includes 24 field seats, 45 table seats and 11 general admission—it can seat up to 80 guests! Plus, it opens two hours before kickoff on game days, so you’ll have plenty of time to get your drink on before the whistle blows.