City of San Diego announces stadium proposal

Earlier today, San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer unveiled a proposal to build an NFL stadium and entertainment complex on the site that Qualcomm Stadium now sits on.

In addition to releasing the completed draft EIR for the site, the City also released new renderings done on a new design for an entertainment complex that includes a stadium to house an NFL team, the SDSU Aztecs football team, the Holiday Bowl, and the Poinsettia Bowl.

Click the play button below to hear Darren Smith’s reaction to today’s press conference and what he feels is in store for the future of the Chargers in San Diego.



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2 thoughts on “City of San Diego announces stadium proposal

  1. Cecil Treadwell

    Mayor Faulconer is a BLIND MAN because he can’t see that SOCCER is the prominent present and the promising future of San Diego. So sad.

  2. Cecil Treadwell

    NFL football is in demonstrable DECLINE in some markets. San Diego is the sports market where NFL football has been in steady decine for a number of years now.