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Sport: Chargers star Austin Ekeler takes fans on virtual tour of gorgeous SoFi Stadium

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The Los Angeles Chargers are moving into a brand new venue, SoFi Stadium, for the 2020 NFL season, and it’s absolutely gorgeous. Star running back Austin Ekeler recently provided fans with a virtual tour of the awesome new stadium with a video shared by the team on Twitter.

a baseball player holding a bat: Someone's a big fan of the new digs. © Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY Sports Someone's a big fan of the new digs.

That video screen really is insane, and it’s history in the making.

The Chargers and Los Angeles Rams will share SoFi Stadium going forward, much like the New York Giants and New York Jets share MetLife Stadium. It’s nearly done now, and it looks like it’ll provide players and fans alike with a first-class experience.

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