Washington Redskins owner Jack Kent Cooke yesterday reiterated his call for a new domed football stadium in the Washington area with a capacity of 70,000 to 75,000 at the Redskins' annual luncheon at the Sheraton Washington Hotel.

"I hope, and almost pray, that one of our communities, preferably the District of Columbia, invites us to talk about building a new stadium for the Redskins," Cooke said. "If it's not D.C. and Mayor Barry, why not one of the nearby counties of Virginia or Maryland? That's Prince William, Fairfax, Loudoun, Prince George's or Montgomery. We've already heard from Prince William {County}. John Schofield, its deputy planning director, said, 'I'd love to discuss the issue of a new stadium.'

"Well, Mr. Schofield, I'd dearly love to discuss it with you too. And I intend to."

The Redskins' lease at RFK Stadium, which seats 55,750 for football, expires after the 1990 season.

"My imagination is not running wild when I tell you that a {new} stadium, plus facilities already here, inevitably make us eligible for a future Olympics," Cooke said. "As a matter of fact, doggone soon, the stadium could become the site of the annual Army-Navy game, of the Pan American Games, of national political conventions, of our own college bowl game.

"Then one day, there's no question of this in my mind, a Super Bowl, here, in Washington, in the new Redskins Stadium."

Cooke wondered aloud if area leaders have been remiss in not planning for a new stadium.

"Sadly, I think we here in Washington seem content to dawdle as time goes by," he said. "Perhaps we're guilty of cementing ourselves in the past . . . Isn't it ironic that the governor of Maryland labors mightily to produce a stadium for a nonexistent football club?"

Maryland Gov. William Donald Schaefer wants the state to build a 75,000-seat football stadium in Baltimore in hopes of attracting an NFL expansion team to replace the Colts.

Cooke again said he has no intention of moving the Redskins out of the area.

"I'm not a carpetbagger," he said. "I'm not a gypsy. I'm just a guy who wants to stay in this exciting community."