SoFi Stadium to Become the ‘Largest LEGO Stadium in the World'

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The new LEGO SoFi Stadium will debut at LEGOLAND California's Miniland U.S.A. "(j)ust one month" after Super Bowl LVI is played at the real-life Inglewood stadium.
The LEGO version "... is on track to break the current Guinness World Record." The current record holder is a model of Munich's Allianz Arena at LEGOLAND Deutschland Resort.
The LEGO stadium will be 30 feet long, four feet all, and include over 500,000 LEGO bricks. Expertly putting it all together, one carefully placed piece at a time, is a team of 25 builders. The total time spent on the large-scale project is expected to be around 6,000 hours.
"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 President of LEGOLAND California Resort 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."
SoFi Stadium, when it debuts around the middle of March 2022, is part of the "Southern California expansion" at Miniland U.S.A., with more exciting reveals to come.
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