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2028 Summer Olympics

July 21, 2028 - August 6, 2028

Los Angeles

Los Angeles were awarded the rights to host the 2028 Summer Olympics in September 2017, after Paris were chosen to host the 2024 Olympics. This will be the third time Los Angeles have hosted the Olympics, having done so previously in 1932 and 1984.

Guide to the Summer Olympics

A guide to the Summer Olympic Games is available by clicking here.

Venues of the 2028 Summer Olympics

The proposed venues of the 2028 Summer Olympic Games include the following:

Downtown Los Angeles Sports Park

  • Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (Capacity – 78,467) – Ceremonies & Athletics
  • Banc of California Stadium (Capacity – 22,000) – Football & Athletics
  • Dedeaux Field (Capacity – 20,000) – Swimming, Diving, Synchronised Swimming
  • Galen Center (Capacity – 10,300) – Badminton & Karate
  • Los Angeles Convention Center (Capacity 5-8,000) – Basketball, Boxing, Fencing, Taekwondo, Table Tennis, BMX Freestyle
  • Staples Center (Capacity – 18,00) – Basketball
  • Microsoft Theatre (Capacity – 7,000) – Weightlifting
  • Grand Park (Capacity – 5,000) – Marathon, Race Walking, Road Cycling

Valley Sports Park

  • Sepulveda Basin Park (Capacity – 3-15,000) – Canoe Slalom, Equestrian & Shooting

South Bay Sports Park

Long Beach Sports Park

  • Long Beach Waterfront (Capacity – 2-8,000) – BMX Racing, Water Polo, Triathlon
  • Long Beach Arena (Capacity – 12,000) – Handball
  • Belmont Veterens Memorial Pier (Capacity – 6,000) – Sailing

Westside

  • Santa Monica State Beach & Venice Beach (Capacity – 8-12,000) – Beach Volleyball, Skateboarding, Surfing & 3×3 Basketball
  • Riviera Country Club (Capacity – 30,000) – Golf
  • Pauley Pavillion (Capacity – 12,500) – Wrestling & Judo
  • SoFi Stadium (Capacity – 70-100,000) – Ceremonies, Football & Archery
  • The Forum (Capacity – 17,000) – Gymnastics

Southern California venues

  • Rose Bowl, Pasadena (Capacity – 92,000) – Football
  • Lake Perris, Riverside County (Capacity – 12,000) – Canoe Sprint & Rowing
  • Frank G. Bonelli Regional Park, San Dimas (Capacity – 3,000) – Mountain Biking
  • Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles (Capacity – 56,000) – Baseball/Softball
  • Angel Stadium, Anaheim (Capacity – 45,000) – Baseball/Softball
  • Honda Center, Anaheim (Capacity – 18,000) – Volleyball
  • Anaheim Convention Center (Capacity – 6,000) – Volleyball

Potential Football venues

There are 8 venues under consideration for hosting Football during the 2028 Olympic Games:

  • Rose Bowl, Pasadena (Capacity – 92,000)
  • SoFi Stadium, Inglewood (Capacity – 72,000)
  • Banc of California Stadium, Exposition Park (Capacity – 22,000)
  • Stanford Stadium, Stanford (Capacity – 50,000)
  • Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara (Capacity – 68,500)
  • California Memorial Stadium, Berkeley (Capacity – 63,000)
  • Avaya Stadium, San Jose (Capacity – 20,000)
  • SDSU West Stadium, San Diego (Capacity – 32,000)

 

Details

Start:
July 21, 2028
End:
August 6, 2028
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Los Angeles
CA United States

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