Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
Having moved to Los Angeles prior to the 2017 season, the Los Angeles Rams are still constructing their permanent home, Los Angeles Stadium at Hollywood Park. Slated to open that venue in 2020, the Rams will play their home games this season at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. A truly iconic stadium located at 3911 South Figueroa Street in Los Angeles, Rams football has returned to California.
Prior to their move to St. Louis, the Rams were previously based in Los Angeles and the LA Coliseum was their home from 1946 to 1979. Bringing the team back to this venue is a big deal for Rams fans in Los Angeles.
What better venue for Rams football than Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum? This facility has been home to many teams over the years including the USC Trojans, UCLA Bruins, Los Angeles Dodgers, Los Angeles Chargers, and Los Angeles Raiders. Additionally, it played host to two Super Bowls and the Summer Olympic Games in 1932 and 1984.
Opening its doors nearly a century ago, this stadium was constructed before the times of luxury suites. While there have been many renovations over the years to keep this a modern venue, there is a shortage of luxury suites. There are currently about 10 suites in the building, making this one of the toughest venues in football. However, LuxuryVIPSuites.com has access to these suites for Rams games this season. Call our office today at 610-828-7407 for your best chance to lock up an amazing luxury suite for a Rams football game in Los Angeles. Availability is limited, so act now!
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The Rams are back in Los Angeles! After 20 years in St. Louis, this great football franchise is back on the west coast. Playing at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum until their permanent home is finished being built, Rams fans in California are rejoicing at the return of their hometown team.
Originally the Cleveland Rams, the team moved to Los Angeles in 1946, fresh off their 1945 NFL Championship victory. They would remain in LA until 1995, winning another title in 1951. The Rams had one of the most electrifying offenses in football at the time with great players in Bob Waterfield, Norm Van Brocklin, Elroy Hirsh, and Tom Fears. Despite additional pro sports teams invading the area in the 1950s, Rams fans continued to turn out in droves to watch their team play.
The teams of the late 1960s, under legendary head coach George Allen, are remembered for their punishing defense. Particularly, the “Fearsome Foursome” of Rosey Grier, Merlin Olsen, Deacon Jones, and Lamar Lundy were a defensive line that was known throughout the league.
Many great players and coaches came through Los Angeles over the years including Roman Gabriel, Jack Youngblood, and Joe Namath. Los Angeles would be thrust into the spotlight again with the talented Eric Dickerson. This Hall of Fame running back burst onto the scene in 1983 and the next season set an NFL record for most rushing yards in a season (which still stands today).
However, by the early 1990s the team’s play had dropped off and the fan base began to pull away from the franchise. The decision was made to uproot the Rams and move them to St. Louis, MO. Things began to take shape as key players entered the fold. Isaac Bruce and Orlando Pace made a big impact. An unlikely starter for the Rams, Kurt Warner took over for the injured Trent Green in 1999 and the team really took off. Between Warner under center, Marshall Faulk lined up in the backfield, Isaac Bruce and Torry Holt at wide receiver, the Rams obliterated their opponents on their way to the Super Bowl, where they would defeat the Tennessee Titans by a score of 23-16 to capture their first Lombardi Trophy. Upset two seasons later in the Super Bowl by the New England Patriots 20-17, the Rams lost their chance to become champions again.
A series of losing seasons would plague this team after 2004. Despite the play from players like Steven Jackson, Sam Bradford, and Todd Gurley the Rams continued to lose. This prompted the move back to Los Angeles. Perhaps it was the change of scenery or perhaps it was the hiring of Sean McVay, the young head coach of this team, but either way the Rams made the dramatic improvement to 11-5 and an NFC West title in 2017. Exiting the postseason via an NFC Wild Card loss to Atlanta, McVay’s Rams were back to business again in 2018. Putting up even more impressive numbers, they finished the season at 13-3 and headed back to the postseason.
A bye in the Wild Card round matched LA with Dallas in the divisional round where the Rams advanced by a score of 30-22. The incredible NFC Championship game against the New Orleans Saints ended in overtime on a 57 yard field goal that would send the Rams back to the Super Bowl. Facing off against Tom Brady and the New England Patriots, the Rams had their work cut out for them. A defensive masterpiece of a Super Bowl saw the Rams on the losing end, with the final score 13-3 in favor of New England. While the Rams and their fans were disappointed by the outcome, there is reason to believe that this franchise will be back on the biggest stage in the near future.
However, 2019 would not be the year for a post season return. The common Super Bowl hangover hit this club and left them with a regular season record of 9-7. The put the Rams in third place in the NFC West and barred them from the playoffs. It will be interesting to see what 2020 brings this team in their new home.
McVay’s youth has helped him connect with his very young team. 2016 1st overall draft pick Jared Goff, had a great 2017 season and looked even more comfortable in 2018 as he transitions into a bonafide star. 2019 saw a regression, but Goff is eager to put that behind him and press forward. His offensive weapons include wide receivers Cooper Cupp and Robert Woods (both of whom went over 1,000 yards rushing in 2019). Big time running back Todd Gurley has been one of the best rushers in the league, but the Rams elected to release him in the offseason after five great years with organization.
The defense for Los Angeles is suddenly a juggernaut with top talent in Aaron Donald and Eric Weddle. Assembling all of these players has ensured that Los Angeles will continue to be dominant defensively, giving their offense plenty of chances to put points on the board. Picking up Jalen Ramsey from Jacksonville only makes this backfield stronger.
This young Rams team has made a name for themselves and have turned many heads in the league with their powerful performances. While drawing inspiration from their youthful enthusiasm and exciting new surroundings, these players also look to emulate legends of past teams to continue their success. Among the greatest to ever suite up for the Rams are Eric Dickerson, Marshall Faulk, Deacon Jones, Kurt Warner, Isaac Bruce, Jack Youngblood, Orlando Pace, Torry Holt, and Merlin Olson. Click here to learn more about the Los Angeles Rams history.
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