Friends of SDSU said they have submitted to the county registrar of voters more than enough signatures from registered voters to put a stadium proposal by San Diego State University on the November election ballot.

The group needed the signatures of 71,646 San Diego voters to make the ballot but said it submitted signatures from 106,134 registered voters.

Submitting the signatures “moves us one step closer to unlocking even greater potential for SDSU and our region,” said Fred Pierce, a member of the Friends of SDSU steering committee.

“We look forward to working closely with the entire San Diego community over the next year to make SDSU West a reality for our university, city and region,” Pierce said.

SDSU West is the name the university has given to its plan to redevelop the Mission Valley site of the former Qualcomm Stadium.

The plan calls for construction of a new stadium, offices, apartments and retail shops.

A competing SoccerCity proposal by La Jolla-based FS Investors has previously qualified for the November ballot.