The $ 2 billion arena is slated to be ready in 2024. Nobody should be late from peeing.
The Los Angeles Clippers will have their own arena from the 2024/25 season and will no longer have to play their home games in the same hall as the LA Lakers.
On Friday the groundbreaking took place in Inglewood for the Intuit Dome, which has a capacity of 18,000 fans. However, the construction is expected to cost around two billion dollars (1.70 billion euros).
Introducing the @IntuitDome.
Future home of the LA Clippers.
– LA Clippers (@LAClippers) September 17, 2021
The new dome is said to have more legroom and more toilets than any other NBA arena. Steve Ballmer, the owner of the club, also wants to guarantee the timely return from the toilet break or after half-time. “We want people to be back in their seats – this energy, we feed on it.”