CARSON (CBSLA.com) – In early October, the Los Angeles Times reported that NFL owners referenced a couple of locations in Carson for a potential site for an NFL stadium.
Two months later, Los Angeles Business Journal revealed the location in Carson.READ MORE: San Bernardino County Cracking Down On Sale, Use Of Illegal Fireworks With New Reporting Tool
It’s a 172-acre golf course named Victoria Park Golf Course at 340 E. 192nd St. in Carson.
According to the article, the Business Journal reached out to an Orange County developer buying into the golf course who said he was approached by two NFL teams interested in relocation.
“Yes, I have been approached by two separate groups with NFL contacts,” said Jeffrey Klein, a Newport Beach developer told the Journal. “And yes, there’s no question it’s an attractive place for a stadium.”READ MORE: NBC Will Not Air 2022 Golden Globes Amid Hollywood Foreign Press Association Controversy
The lot near the interchange of the 405 and 110 freeways is an old landfill, so it would be a challenge to build on.
If a team does commit to the location, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors will need to approve the stadium proposal since it’s on county land.
The teams who may look for possible relocation are the Chargers, Raiders and Rams.
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However, AEG Vice President of Communications Micahel Roth denied the report.