Dignity Health’s naming-rights deal for the  Galaxy’s home took effect in January. (Courtesy Dignity Health Sports Park) Once the Galaxy and Dignity Health agreed on the naming-rights deal, then came the fun part: coming up with the actual name of the site.  Katie Pandolfo, Dignity Health Sports Park general manager, said that in her 15 years working there the “center” name was used in an effort to help convey that the complex is more than a soccer stadium, but it also made people who weren’t familiar with the site wonder what the venue was all about.  The confusion may end with the new name. “Sports park defines itself,” she said.  Plus, with five Olympic sports already slated for the site when Los Angeles hosts the Olympics in 2028, Pandolfo said they had already agreed with the organizing committee they were going to call the venue the South Bay Sports Park. […]
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