– The Los Angeles Dodgers announced Friday that they are moving from the Los Angeles Coliseum to the new Cactus Park, and Fox Sports will join the league.
Los Angeles has been the home of the National Football League since the 1970s.
It’s the fourth time in as many decades that a major American sports franchise has moved to the U.S. in the past 30 years, and the first time in decades that the Los Angelos Angels moved from a new stadium in Los Angeles to a new one in Anaheim.
The Dodgers have been in Los Angles since 1982, when the franchise moved to Los Angeles for the last time.
The team plays in the same city as the Los Angos Angels baseball team, which also played in the Cactus.
“We’re really excited to be joining the league,” Dodgers president of baseball operations Dave Roberts said.
“It’s a fantastic opportunity for us and we’re really looking forward to it.
It means we’re getting a team and a team of sports fans, and it means we can have more fans, more fans to bring into our stadium.”
The Dodgers, who have a stadium in Anaheim that seats 1,000, are in negotiations with Fox Sports, the sports network that was the original home of MLB Network, for the new stadium.
Fox Sports is expected to move into the stadium by the end of the year.
Fox, which is owned by the Walt Disney Co., was also a tenant in the Coliseum in 2016, when it bought the lease from Los Angeles City Council members Ed Lee and Mitch O’Farrell.
The Dodgers play in Anaheim and have been affiliated with the team since 1962.