BMO Stadium, Los Angeles

The BMO Stadium, formerly Banc of California Stadium, is a 22,000 capacity soccer specific stadium in the Exposition Park neighbourhood of Los Angeles.

The home of Los Angeles FA in the MLS and Angel City FC of the NWSL, it is located on the site of the former Los Angeles Memorial Stadium and next to the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

LAFC signed a 15-year $100 million naming rights deal Banc of California in 2016. That deal was terminated in 2020 with Toronto-based Bank of Montreal (BMO) becoming the new stadium sponsor in 2023.

The stadium was opened in April 2018, costing $250 million to build.

The stadium’s seating is at 34 degrees, which makes it among the steepest in MLS. All seats are within 135 feet (41 m) of the pitch and the stadium includes 125,000 square feet (11,600 m2) of walkways and plazas open to the public.

A northeast slice of the stadium was designed to be open to capture the downtown Los Angeles skyline and the San Gabriel Mountains.

In 2019 the stadium hosted group games in the Gold Cup.

The stadium will be a part of the Downtown Sports Park and host some track and field events and both men’s and women’s soccer at the 2028 Los Angeles Olympics.

W Gold Cup 2024

Sat, March 02: Quarter finals at 4.00 pm & 7.15 pm

Sun, March 03: Quarter finals at 2.00 pm & 5.15 pm