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Los Angeles Rams Details
After spending over two decades in St. Louis, the Rams returned to their rightful home in Los Angeles for the 2016 season to play at the city’s iconic Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, the same venue the franchise played in from 1946 to 1979. And while the team waits for its new stadium in L.A.’s Inglewood neighborhood to be completed for the 2019 season, things are already off to a good start in Southern California. The new era began with the selection of quarterback Jared Goff with the first overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft.
As a historically nomadic franchise, the Rams are the only organization to win a title in three different cities: Cleveland in 1945, L.A. in 1951 and St. Louis in 1999. Team legends from the St. Louis years include Kurt Warner, Marshall Faulk and Isaac Bruce. The greatest Ram of all time, however, would have to be running back Eric Dickerson, who set a still-standing NFL record of 2,105 rushing yards as a Los Angeles Ram in the 1984 season.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Rams Games and Rams Tickets
How much are Los Angeles Rams tickets?
Rams ticket prices on the secondary market can vary depending on a number of factors. Typically, Rams tickets can be found for as low as $28.00, with an average price of $72.00.
Can I buy Rams tickets at the stadium?
All individual Rams tickets are sold online. The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum ticket office does not sell tickets directly on game day.
Do I need to print my Rams tickets?
Print-at-home tickets are no longer allowed in the NFL, as part of a League-wide mandate. Due to the policy change, starting in the 2019 season - all guests are required to enter Rams games using a mobile ticket.
Does my child need a ticket for a Rams game?
Each NFL team has their own child ticket policy. Some teams have age requirements, others have restrictions on height, and some stadiums require that all children entering the stadium has a valid ticket. The Rams ticket policy states all children 2 and under are free.
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September 17, 2018
NFL 2018-19: The Five Best Matchups of Week 3
Football is back in full swing and it’s going by a little too quickly--we’re already in week three of the season! While things should start to calm down a bit for the rest of the month, there are still some great upcoming games you’ll want to check out. Here’s a look at the best matchups…