If an NFL team relocates to Los Angles, the league is considering using the 27,000-seat StubHub Center in Carson, California, as the club's temporary home. The stadium is the home of Major League Soccer's Los Angeles Galaxy and is one of several temporary venues reportedly being considered, as Michael David Smith of Pro Football Talk reports.

Other L.A.-area stadiums being considered as a potential temporary home for an NFL franchise include the Rose Bowl, L.A. Coliseum, Dodger Stadium and Angel Stadium. UCLA and USC, the chief tenants of the Rose Bowl and L.A. Coliseum, respectively, have the right to veto any stadium-sharing plans.

An NFL relocation to Los Angeles is inevitable but it remains to be seen which franchise or franchises will move. The San Diego Chargers, Oakland Raiders and St. Louis Rams are all considered candidates for relocation to L.A. after the 2015 season, in a plan to give the city its first NFL team since 1994. All three teams called Los Angeles home in the past.