AEG, Farmers Insurance Sign $700M Naming-Rights Deal for LA Stadium

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AEG and Farmers Insurance signed a $700 million, 30-year deal for the naming-rights to the unbuilt Los Angeles Stadium. The stadium would be called “Farmers Field”.

No announcement for an NFL team has been named yet and there have not been site approvals YET. The San Diego Chargers, Minnesota Vikings, Jacksonville Jaguars, St. Louis Rams and Oakland Raiders are all teams that have been mentioned to make the move to Los Angeles.

I feel that the Chargers are at the top of the list. The city of San Diego has done nothing to build the Chargers a new stadium for the last few years and the Chargers already have been creating a following in the Los Angeles market. Since San Diego is doing nothing, then why not move to a city that will get a new stadium and will also bring a huge market that is hungry to have an NFL team.

San Diego step up, Los Angeles is about to steal our Chargers!

Topics: Aeg, Farmers Insurance, Los Angeles, Stadium

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