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About Dignity Health Sports Park

Dignity Health Sports Park

The big arena with the strange little name, Dignity Health Sports Park - formerly StubHub Center -  is one of the jewels of the Dominguez Hills campus of California State University. Part of a massive sports complex, the big draw for this park is a massive, purpose-built soccer pitch for Major League Soccer’s LA Galaxy, but there is a lot to learn about this world-class sports complex.

 

History of Dignity Health Sports Park

Built in 2003, this venue has gone through a couple of names in its relatively short existence. When it opened its doors, it was originally known as the Home Depot Center. A decade later, naming rights changed hands, and the arena became known as the StubHub Center. This changed yet again in 2019 when it earned its current name. Naming rights agreements being what they are, it’s almost guaranteed this venue will have a few more names as the years go by.

 

What Makes Dignity Health Sports Park So Special?

This arena complex is unique in that it provides opportunities to take in not just pro athletes going through their paces but also amateurs, Olympic, and Collegiate athletes as well. Yes, the biggest draw will almost always be the LA Galaxy, but its location on CSU Dominguez Hills and its ability to host tennis, track and field, and even track cycling events makes this multi-purpose arena complex truly special.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is Dignity Health Sports Park located?

Dignity Health Sports Park is a world-class venue located in Carson, California. 

 

What kind of events does Dignity Health Sports Park host?

Besides soccer, there have been other events hosted at the arena in the past, either inside or out in the parking lot. The Vans Warped Tour played the venue up until its death in 2018, for example. Meanwhile, the venue has several other sports arenas in addition to the soccer pitch. With the 2028 Olympics being hosted in Los Angeles, the arena complex will host five events including the pentathlon, tennis, and rugby.

 

Which team is playing at Dignity Health Sports Park?

MLS’ LA Galaxy has been the proud tenant of Dignity Health Sports Park since the beginning. In fact, the venue was purpose-built for the Galaxy, being the second arena in the league built specifically for pro soccer. It is also the temporary home of the Los Angeles Chargers (NFL).

 

Where can I park for free at Dignity Health Sports Park?

There is ample parking around the park, offering fans a range of lots to choose from. Prices start at $20 for Dignity Health Sports Park sporting events. If you’re looking for a cheaper option, check out their free shuttle service which operates approximately every 10 minutes. 

 

What is the seating capacity of Dignity Health Sports Park?

The current seating capacity for Dignity Health Sports Park events is 27,000.

 

Who owns Dignity Health Sports Park?

The park is owned by the Anschutz Entertainment Group.

 

How do I get to Dignity Health Sports Park using public transport?

There are a number of public transportation options for fans looking to avoid parking hassles. You can catch the Galaxy or Chargers Express which offers fans free non-stop shuttles to and from the park for every LA Galaxy home match. There are also a number of available bus routes and rail lines depending on where you’re coming from. 

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