Los Angeles 2028


1. Candidature Files

You can download the candidature files here:

Stage 1: Vision, Games Concept and Strategy
Stage 2: Governance, Legal and Venue Funding
Stage 3: Games Delivery, Experience and Venue Legacy


2. Masterplan / Venue Map


3. Proposed venues

Olympic VillageOlympic Village-
Olympic VillageMain Training Center-
Olympic VillagePauley PavilionExisting - no permanent workJudo, Wrestling
Downtown Sports ParkLA Memorial ColiseumExisting - no permanent workAthletics, Ceremonies
Downtown Sports ParkLA Football Club StadiumPlanned / Under constructionFootball
Downtown Sports ParkGalen CenterExisting - no permanent workBadminton
Downtown Sports ParkDedeaux FieldTemporaryDiving, Swimming, Synchronised Swimming
Downtown Sports ParkStaples CenterExisting - no permanent workBasketball
Downtown Sports ParkLA Convention Center - South Hall 1Existing - no permanent workFencing, Taekwondo
Downtown Sports ParkLA Convention Center - South Hall 2Existing - no permanent workBoxing
Downtown Sports ParkLA Convention Center - West Hall 1Existing - no permanent workTable Tennis
Downtown Sports ParkLA Convention Center - West Hall 2Existing - no permanent workBasketball
Downtown Sports ParkMicrosoft TheaterExisting - no permanent workWeightlifting
Downtown Sports ParkGrand Park & LA City HallTemporaryCycling (Road), Athletics (Marathon, Race Walk)
Downtown Sports ParkMedia Village-
Downtown Sports ParkMain Press Center-
Downtown Sports ParkOlympic Family Hotels-
Valley Sports ParkSepulveda BasinTemporaryEquestrian
Valley Sports ParkSepulveda BasinTemporaryCanoe / Kayak Slalom
Valley Sports ParkSepulveda BasinTemporaryShooting
South Bay Sports ParkStubHub StadiumExisting - no permanent workRugby, Modern Pentathlon
South Bay Sports ParkStubhub Tennis CenterExisting - no permanent workTennis
South Bay Sports ParkStubHub Velo Sports CenterExisting - permanent work requiredCycling (Track)
South Bay Sports ParkStubHub Center FieldsTemporaryField Hockey
Long Beach Sports ParkLong Beach ArenaExisting - no permanent workHandball
Long Beach Sports ParkLong Beach WaterfrontTemporaryTriathlon, Swimming
Long Beach Sports ParkLong BeachTemporaryBMX
Long Beach Sports ParkLong BeachTemporaryWater Polo
Long Beach Sports ParkLong Beach PierExisting - no permanent workSailing
CoastalSanta Monica BeachTemporaryBeach Volleyball
CoastalRiviera Country ClubExisting - no permanent workGolf
InglewoodThe ForumExisting - no permanent workGymnastics
InglewoodLA Stadium at Hollywood ParkPlanned / Under constructionArchery, Ceremonies
Stand aloneHonda CenterExisting - no permanent workVolleyball
Stand aloneRose Bowl StadiumExisting - no permanent workFootball
Stand aloneLake PerrisTemporaryRowing, Canoe/Kayak Sprint
Stand aloneFrank G. Bonelli ParkExisting - no permanent workCycling (Mountain Bike)
Stand aloneInternational Broadcast Center--


4. Emblem


Press release LA 2028


The LA28 Olympic and Paralympic Games will celebrate the Los Angeles community. Inspired by a city where everyone is different and everyone belongs, the LA28 emblem illustrates the strength of LA’s diversity and defies a singular identity.

Built for the digital age, the animated emblem is designed to evolve over time, reflecting the city’s spirit of limitless possibility.

“LA defies a singular identity. There is not one way to represent Los Angeles,” said LA28 Chairperson Casey Wasserman. “Every neighborhood, every block, every person has their own unique identity and story of LA. The LA28 Games will showcase our community’s collective creativity and celebrate the diversity that makes us strong.”

Anchored with a bold and static L, 2 and 8, the LA28 emblem allows for an exceptional spectrum of stories with an interchanging dynamic ‘A’.

“Los Angeles is an infinite canvas that represents millions of people and hundreds of languages,” said LA28 Chief Marketing Officer Amy Gleeson.“No one mark could ever express all that Los Angeles and the Games represent. The best way to showcase the LA28 Games is by asking the community to share in the creation.”

Designed to be a platform for creativity, self-expression and inclusion, the LA28 emblem represents a collection of voices, rather than a singular monument or landmark.

To celebrate the launch of the emblem, more than 20 individuals brought their personal stories to life through an artistic ‘A’ in the LA28 emblem. Over the next eight years, LA28 will be a story written with the community.

“The opportunity to co-create is limitless,” said Casey Wasserman.



Emblem Candidature

© Los Angeles 2028


5. Website



6. Image Gallery

Photo courtesy of LA28
Photo courtesy of LA28
Photo courtesy of LA28
Photo courtesy of LA28


7. Presentation at the 130th IOC Session in Lausanne


8. News

Read the latest news.