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In this artist rendering released by Meis Architects, on Monday Oct.11,2010 showing a proposed NFL stadium in the City of Industry, east of Los Angeles. Architects for Majestic Realty Co., which could get competition from AEG to lure an NFL franchise back to the Los Angeles area, have been tweaking plans for the arena to include the field measurements and bleacher configurations demanded by Switzerland-based FIFA, which organizes the World Cup. Planners say the stadium would be a stand-out venue for World Cup matches  if the United States is selected to host the games in 2018 or 2022 and the Los Angeles-area arena is ever built. (AP Photo/Meis Architects )  NO SALES
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In this artist rendering released by Meis Architects, on Monday Oct.11,2010 showing a proposed NFL stadium in the City of Industry, east of Los Angeles. Architects for Majestic Realty Co., which could get competition from AEG to lure an NFL franchise back to the Los Angeles area, have been tweaking plans for the arena to include the field measurements and bleacher configurations demanded by Switzerland-based FIFA, which organizes the World Cup. Planners say the stadium would be a stand-out venue for World Cup matches if the United States is selected to host the games in 2018 or 2022 and the Los Angeles-area arena is ever built. (AP Photo/Meis Architects ) NO SALES

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