Los Angeles Rams: Welcome To The Coliseum!

Los Angeles Rams: Welcome To The Coliseum!

Football season starts this week (finally!!) and although their first game is an away, we will soon get to watch the Los Angeles Rams play here in the wonderful city of Los Angeles. Not familiar with the Rams? Here are a couple things you need to know before the season starts.

Their new stadium is in the works.

The Los Angeles Rams are projected to start playing in their new stadium come season of 2019. The stadium will be situated in Inglewood, just outside of Los Angeles, and word has it that it is going to be spectacular as it is already being dubbed as the NFL’s Disney World.The 300-acre development in Inglewood, a few miles from downtown Los Angeles, will provide a new home for the NFL’s Rams franchise. The development has an estimated cost of $2.6 billion — more than $1 billion more than New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium, currently the league’s most costly venue.

The capacity of the new stadium could exceed 100,000 for special events, say developers. Inglewood Mayor James Butts has already announced ambitions to host the Super Bowl at the arena, which developers say will be the “cornerstone” of a year-round sports, music, and entertainment events district. The development’s footprint is about twice the size of the original Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California, and will also host a 6,000-seat performance venue, more than 1.5 million square feet of retail and office space, 2,500 homes, a 300-room hotel, and 25 acres of parks.
They will have 8 home games.
Although their stadium isn’t done, the Rams are slotted to host 8 home games this season, all at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, home of the UCS Trojans. Tickets are still available for all games and range greatly in price. They will host their home-game opener against form Super Bowl champ Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks. The rest of their home game schedule includes teams like the Bills, Giants, Panthers, Dolphins, Falcons, 49ers and Cardinals.
The Rams have played in Los Angeles before.
Originally the Cleveland Rams, the franchise moved to Los Angeles in 1946. The Rams franchise remained in the metro area until 1994, when they moved to St. Louis,  and were known as the St. Louis Rams from 1995 to 2015.
So, now that you have some sort of background on the Los Angeles Rams, why not show them support by rooting them on for one of their home games? Although attaining tickets is first and foremost, planning your transportation to and from is also a big deal. As per every football game, there will be drinking, so finding a DD or relying on a car service company like Strack Transportation is a must. Visit us at www.lacoliseumlimo.com for more details on everything LA Coliseum Limo. Go Rams!