The Los Angeles Chargers have reached an agreement with Continental Development and Mar Ventures to build a new headquarters and training facility in El Segundo, California.
The headquarters and training facilities of the Los Angeles Lakers and Kings are also in the city.
“This process played out for more than four years because we weren’t willing to settle,” said Chargers owner Dean Spanos.
The 14-acre complex, designed by Gensler Sports, will feature everything from offices and practice fields to a hospitality club and esports studio. It’s expected to be completed by 2024.
State-of-the-art complexes are in high demand across the NFL.
- The Las Vegas Raiders opened a $75 million training facility last year.
- The Miami Dolphins revealed their $135 million practice facility in July.
- The Jacksonville Jaguars were granted approval in August to build a $120 million complex.
- The Carolina Panthers are building an $800 million headquarters and facility.
The Chargers’ new headquarters will be located seven miles from SoFi Stadium, the $5 billion sports and entertainment venue the team shares with the Los Angeles Rams.
SoFi is the centerpiece of the 298-acre Hollywood Park development project backed by Rams owner Stan Kroenke.
The project is the largest urban mixed-use development under construction in the Western U.S. and is home to the NFL’s new West Coast headquarters.