The Los Angeles Rams are one of the oldest franchises in professional football. Founded in 1936, they are the only franchise to win championships in three different cities. Starting in Cleveland, the Rams moved to Los Angeles in 1946 where they played their games at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. In 1951, they won their second championship before hitting a nearly 50-year drought. In 1994, the team made a move to St. Louis. The St. Louis years saw the emergence of a new style Rams team. The squad featured Kurt Warner, Marshall Faulk, and Isaac Bruce and were quickly dubbed “The Greatest Show on Turf.” The offense prided itself on outscoring the opposition instead of a tough defense which lead to an electric and memorable Super Bowl win in 2000. After another drought, the team moved back to Los Angeles and made vital draft picks to build another juggernaut. Taking down the NFC Championship in 2019, the Rams proved they’re a perennial powerhouse in the NFC West.Read More ...
Don’t miss your chance to see the Rams in action. Seat Retriever is your guide to the best Los Angeles Rams tickets both home and away!
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum played host to the Rams from 1946-1979 (before a move to Anaheim) and then again when the team moved back in 2016. Dubbed “The Grand Old Lady,” this iconic stadium also hosts the USC Trojans home games as well as countless other events throughout the year, but on Sundays, it belongs to the Rams. The capacity is 78,500, and there are few other stadiums in the league that sell out as quickly and as often as the Coliseum. It opened in 1923, and despite some renovations throughout the years, the stadium keeps the same look and feel as when it was constructed.
Cheap Los Angeles Rams tickets usually are best found in the upper deck. Unsurprisingly, the closer to the action, the more expensive the tickets become. We recommend checking sections 29L-29H, putting you in the upper deck of the end zone corner. They’re some of the cheapest sections without sacrificing a great view of the action.