It’s hard to overstate just how different the modern football field looks from the old days, especially on the big stage.
The current stadium, the San Diego Chargers’ stadium in Inglewood, is an example of this.
It looks different, but it also has the same basic structure.
And it’s easy to understand why.
The field has the old football tradition of holding a kickoff in the center of the field, where the kickoff pads and goalposts used to be.
The old stadium was the home of the NFL’s first Super Bowl.
In addition to being the birthplace of the league, the stadium was also home to the NFL for more than 30 years.
But this new stadium has a completely different feel.
It’s not just a big field.
It has a smaller, more intimate feel to it.
When you walk around the stadium, you can see the seating and the concessions areas are completely empty.
It doesn’t have a giant football fan zone.
And there’s a very large section of the stadium that is covered with ceramic tile, making the stadium look more like an old movie theater than an NFL stadium.
In fact, the seating areas have a distinct air of old movie theaters.
Here’s a look at the interior of the new San Diego stadium, with a look inside the new Qualcomm Stadium.