|Location||Los Angeles, United States of America|
Dodger Stadium, also known as the Chavez Ravine, is a baseball park, located in the Elysian Park neighbourhood of Los Angeles. It is the home to the baseball club "Los Angeles Dodge" of the Major League Baseball (MLB) since its opening in 1962 and is also operated by the club. Dodger Stadium is considered as one of the oldest stadia in MLB and the largest MLB stadium regarding capacity (56,000). The construction work to built this state-of-the-art stadium commenced in 1959 and took around three years to complete with an estimated expenditure of US$23 million which is equal to $182 million (as of 2017). It was designed by famous civil engineers Praeger-Kavanagh-Waterbury.