Staples Center

Staples Center is main arena for all Los Angeles sports games, its home of Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Clippers, Los Angeles Sparks, Los Angeles Avengers and Los Angeles Kings.

Staples Center – History

Staples Center open to public in the fall of 1999, it cost $375 million to build this modern stadium, which hosts not only sports events but some big name concerts. After openings its doors the LA teams move there games from old arena Great Western Forum in Inglewood, CA.

Staples Center – Features

Staples Center is one of the nicest and modern arenas in the nation. There are 160 luxury suites, 23 restaurants and over 1,200 television monitors throughout the stadium.

Staple Center – Fan facts

  1. Staples Center is named after the office supply store Staples who paid for the naming rights.
  2. Staples Center has a total of 12 locker rooms.
  3. Staples Center stands more than 150 feet tall.
  4. Staples Center seats 18,997 for basketball games, 18,118 for hockey and 20,000 for concerts.