Clear has been named as the exclusive identity partner of Los Angeles 2028 venue SoFi Stadium ©Getty Images

SoFi Stadium has named Clear as its exclusive identity technology partner prior to the Los Angeles 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games which will see an accelerated entry lane brought to the stadium.

The 70,240-seater stadium is set to be a venue at the Games in six years' time and the development is hoped to make it easier and faster than ever for guests to get to their seats.

The free lane will be located at entry nine of the stadium and can be accessed by fans through the Clear app.

Clear predominantly provides similar lanes at airports and arenas across the United States.

"Partnering with Clear is a natural fit for us," said Jason Gannon, managing director of SoFi Stadium and Hollywood Park.

"With a state-of-the-art building and a fan-first mentality, we are always looking to grow and enhance the guest experience and with the addition of partners like Clear, it brings us one step closer to delivering on that goal."

Clear lanes are found in airports and stadiums around the United States ©Getty Images
Clear lanes are found in airports and stadiums around the United States ©Getty Images

Clear has locations in 40 cities including Denver's Coors Field, Oracle Park in San Francisco and New York City's Madison Square Garden.

"Clear is proud to partner with SoFi Stadium to continue expanding our footprint in Los Angeles and investing in our sports and entertainment business," said Clear executive vice-president, Growth Catesby Perrin.

"We share SoFi Stadium’s obsession with the guest experience, and we're excited to work together to make it easier for fans to get to their seats and cheer on their team."

Los Angeles 2028 is set to mark the fifth Summer Olympics, and ninth Games overall, to be hosted in the US.

Having previously hosted the Summer Olympics in 1932 and 1984, Los Angeles is due to become the third city to stage the event three times after London and Paris.