United States Congress wants to preserve and maintain iconic American stadiums

The United States Congress wants to participate in preserving famous and treasured American sports stadiums. The Los Angeles Coliseum is one of them.

Front Office Sports has more on this story:

“Led by Rep. Garret Graves (R-Louisiana) and Rep. Mark Pocan (D-Wisconsin), the Historic Stadium Caucus will develop strategies to preserve and modernize facilities that in some cases are more than 120 years old, but in a historically meaningful way.

“The group will particularly focus on security and safety enhancements, technological upgrades, and securing funding for infrastructure improvements.”

The people who manage the Coliseum agreed to be part of the project with 17 other stadium management organizations.

The Rose Bowl, Cotton Bowl, Yale Bowl, Beaver Stadium, and Camp Randall Stadium are just some of the other stadiums which will be included in this project.

The Los Angeles Coliseum stands alone as an American sports venue. It is the only American stadium to host two Olympic Games. It will become the first to host three Olympics in 2028, when the Olympics return once again to Los Angeles.

Story originally appeared on Trojans Wire