LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Representatives of the cities of St. Louis, San Diego and Oakland will make presentations at a meeting of team owners in New York next week, NFL officials said Tuesday.

The Nov. 11 meeting will be the first opportunity for Oakland to make their presentation to the league’s stadium, finance and Los Angeles relocation committees, and also the first time a broad group of NFL owners receives the presentations.

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St. Louis and San Diego have previously discussed their proposed stadium projects. All three cities are fighting to keep their respective NFL teams from pursuing a new home in Los Angeles.

There will be no votes or other decisions at next week’s meeting, which follows public hearings held last week in the three cities.

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The Raiders, Rams and Chargers have all expressed interest in moving to Los Angeles, which has not had a professional football team since the Raiders left for Oakland following the 1994 season.

The Raiders and Chargers have announced plans for a joint stadium in Carson, and Rams owner Stan Kroenke has proposed building a new stadium in Inglewood.

NFL owners are expected to decide early next year which, if any, teams will move to Los Angeles for the 2016 season.

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