One month after Super Bowl LVI is played at SoFi Stadium, a 1:50 scale Lego model inspired by the first indoor-outdoor stadium will debut in Miniland U.S.A. at Legoland California Resort as the largest Lego stadium in the world.
At more than 30 feet long, 15 feet wide, and over 4 feet tall, the new SoFi Stadium model is expected to break the Guinness World Record for the largest Lego brick sculpture of a stadium, which is currently held by a replica of Munich’s Allianz Arena at Legoland Deutschland Resort.
The innovative stadium – home to both the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers – is already an L.A. landmark, and football fans will notice that the NFL game being played on the field in Miniland reflects the Los Angeles Rams’ starting offensive roster.
“SoFi Stadium is an architectural marvel and is considered one of the most innovative NFL stadiums in the entire league, making it an obvious choice for our first addition in the expanded Southern California region of Miniland U.S.A.,” said Legoland California Resort President Kurt Stocks. “The anticipation of Super Bowl LVI taking place at the life-sized SoFi Stadium in February makes this build even more special for us.”
The first Lego model to be added to Miniland U.S.A. in two years, the new Lego stadium joins other top Southern California attractions reproduced in Lego bricks (including the Griffith Park Observatory, Hollywood Bowl, and Grauman’s Chinese Theatre) and “kicks off” the expansion of Southern California section of Miniland U.S.A., which will debut additional new models this year.
It will take a team of 25 dedicated Master Model Builders more than 6,000 hours and more than 500,000 Lego bricks to complete the model of SoFi Stadium before it’s installed this spring.
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