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The Staples Center is home to the Los Angeles Lakers, the Kings and the Clippers. At many games, you can catch celebrity fans like Jack Nicholson and Leonardo DiCaprio courtside. It also hosts concerts with the biggest names in the business featured regularly here. The arena boasts a $1.5 million Bose sound system and an eight-sided, high-resolution video scoreboard and public concourses with 1,200 television monitors. It's the perfect place to enjoy a spectacle.
The pride of Elysian Park, Dodger Stadium is one of the most iconic baseball stadiums in North America, home to the illustrious Los Angeles Dodgers. Inaugurated in the year 1962, this is one of the oldest baseball fields in the United States. The arena has a maximum capacity of 56,000 and offers great viewing angles for the spectators in attendance. The stadium has seen the Dodgers win umpteen West Division titles along with several World Series Championships. A multipurpose facility, its angular walls have also hosted non-sporting events such as a mass held by Pope John Paul II in 1987, and concerts by the likes of Michael Jackson, The Beatles, U2, Elton John, and The Bee Gees.
The Galen Center of University of South California, is one of the most popular indoor arena of California. With a capacity of over 10,000 people, this place has witnessed some of the most thrilling basketball matches. From sport events to social gatherings, this place has organized it all and is continuing to do so. Officially in operation since 2006, this center is definitely a feather in the hat for the city.
Dedeaux Field is home to the University of Southern California's Trojans baseball team. This has been Trojans' baseball's home field since 1974 and has hosted a number of NCAA and other tournaments. For a fun day out checking out this renowned university's athletics, take a trip to Dedeaux Field.
The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is located in Exposition Park and is adjacent to the campus of the University of Southern California. The Coliseum has hosted the Olympics twice (in 1932 and 1984) and Super Bowl I in 1967. Seating over 93,000 people, the Coliseum is currently the home of the USC Trojans football team and the Los Angeles Rams NFL team. The Olympic Cauldron is still lit here during the fourth quarter of USC football games. Today, it hosts a variety of live entertainment as well as sporting events.
Pauley Pavilion is home to UCLA's basketball, volleyball, and gymnastics teams. It is named after Edwin W. Pauley and was first opened in 1966, and seats around 12,500 sports fans. It has hosted many events including 1998 Women's Gymnastics, Nickelodeon's Kids Choice Awards, NCAA Championships, Bill Clinton's keynote address for UCLA and more. Athletes from various fields have enhanced the prestige of Pauley.
Set among trees in a scenic natural environment, Jackie Robinson Stadium is home to the University of California, Los Angeles' baseball program. It is well-known as one of the top college baseball fields in the city. This spacious stadium can host up to 1,250 people at once, apart from the crowd accommodated on the grass slopes. They also have a state-of-the-art press box and comfortable seating arrangements. Many baseball games are held here specially local college tournaments and also the notable 1986 West Coast Conference Playoff game between Pepperdine and Loyola Marymount.
Join 27,000 fans screaming their lungs out at this state-of-the-art sports venue. From soccer to tennis to baseball and basketball, there's enough to keep every sports fan entertained. There's even extreme sports for the wild ones. Home to the national cycling and soccer teams, this venue gives you the opportunity to catch them in action here. Other major events held here include the 2003 FIFA Women's World Cup Championship, the MLS All-Star Game Championships and the 2009 USTA Men's Challenger.