San Diego unveils Populous design for $1.1bn stadium

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The US city of San Diego has unveiled the conceptual designs by Populous for a new National Football League stadium.

The designs were shown as part of a larger announcement outlining the city’s plans agree terms to build a new stadium for the Chargers team.

The multipurpose stadium would be capable of hosting professional and amateur sports, entertainment, cultural and commercial activities.

The proposed design includes public space, a fan park, corporate hospitality venues and landscaped promenades. It would be built on a 166-acre site at Mission Valley site and could be adapted to host a Super Bowl.