Los Angeles Rams Tickets
The Rams are a team that has called many cities’ home over the course of their professional football career. From their beginnings in Cleveland, Ohio, the Rams have gone on to play in Los Angeles, California, St Louis, Missouri, and are now relocating back to Los Angeles for the 2016 season. The relocation of the Rams is a huge deal and will see a new and improved team take to the field. If you’re a fan of the Rams, this is the season to be out in full force showing your support for your team. Be sure to get yourself a pair of Los Angeles Rams tickets to be at all of their games and make it known that it doesn’t matter where they play; the Rams have your loyalty regardless.
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The Rams have been the team of football legends such as Joe Namath, Jerome Bettis, Marshall Faulk and many others. Their current roster is no less impressive.
The Rams officially came to be in 1936 in Cleveland, Ohio. Known as the Cleveland Rams, this was a team that was founded by Damon Wetzel, an ex-Ohio State star player and coach as well as Homer Marshman, an attorney. They chose to name the team ‘Rams’ because that was the nickname used for Fordham University. Since most of the football players coming out of Fordham were to play on this new team, the name was chosen in honor of their hard work.
1936 was also the time when the American Football League (AFL) was in its early stages. The Cleveland Rams became a part of the AFL and went on to finish the regular season in second place behind the Boston Shamrocks. The following year, the Cleveland Rams joined the National Football League (NFL) and became a part of the Western Division.
In 1945, the Cleveland Rams went on to win their first NFL championship over the Washington Redskins. This also happened to be the last season they played in Ohio.
Constantly Shifting Home Base
Although the Rams were formed and established in Cleveland, Ohio, they weren’t destined to call that city home forever. In 1945, after winning the NFL Championship game against the Washington Redskins, the Rams moved their franchise to Los Angeles, California. For a couple of years, the Rams used the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum as their home stadium until 1979 when they shifted to Anaheim and began playing their home games at the Anaheim Stadium.
In the 90’s, the Rams were to make another move. After completing the 1994 season, the Rams relocated to the east and moved their franchise to St. Louis, Missouri. After five seasons, the St. Louis Rams won Super Bowl XXXIV against the Tennessee Titans.
But once again, the Rams weren’t destined to stay in one place very long. At the end of the 2015 season, the team filed a notice of their intention to relocate back to Los Angeles. This the NFL agreed to and the Rams will be returning to L.A. for the 2016 NFL season.
As previously mentioned, the Rams got their name from the nickname used for Fordham University. A Rams head with its horns has been the team’s logo since their inception. In fact, the Rams also became the first team in the NFL who featured their logo on their helmets.
The primary colors for the Rams are Millennium Blue and New Century Gold.
Los Angeles: A Lucky Charm for the Rams
The Rams have a long history with Los Angeles and the city has been a lucky charm of sorts to the franchise. In the mid to late 50’s, the last time the Rams used to be based in L.A., they set huge attendance records. It was normal for between 30,000-40,000 attendees to fill up stadium but the Rams were consistently drawing bigger crowds of up to 40,000 more fans than the average. In fact, in 1957, they set the attendance record for the NFL with 100,000 attendees filling their stadium. This record wasn’t broken until 2006!
L.A. was also were the ‘Fearsome Foursome’ reigned. This legendary defensive line consisted of Deacon Jones, Rosey Grier, Lamar Lundy, and Merlin Olsen. With them and the incredible coach George Allen, the Rams were playing phenomenally and were drawing massive crowds.
Will L.A. be as kind to the Rams as it was in the past? Get your La Rams Tickets today to find out!
Los Angeles Rams Rivals
San Francisco 49ers
The 49ers and Rams have had a historical and historic rivalry, dating back to the 70s. The 1980s especially can be considered the peak of this rivalry because throughout this decade the divisional rivals would take turns at the top ranking of the NFC West. After moving back to Los Angeles, the Rams have become west coast rivals to San Francisco yet again, and this has sparked a great deal of competitiveness amongst their fans. During the 2016 season, the Rams lost both seasonal games against the 49ers. In fact, they were the only team to lose to the 49ers. As a result, the Rams have everything to prove and not much to lose and will bring their A-game this season. Is San Francisco ready?
Divisional rivals Arizona Cardinals have been getting the upper hand since 2012, having maintained a winning streak over the Rams. However, the Rams are ready to overcome the 39- point lead and are working on their offensive tactics. The Cards’ defense is what gives them a greater edge and an unexpectedly strong offense is crucial in overcoming it. Well, Rams fans have learnt to expect the unexpected and therefore have full faith that Los Angeles will beat their divisional rivals this NFL season. Both the teams play for the NFC West and the Rams currently rank third while Arizona ranks second. Let’s see if that is changed this season.
|1||Sun, 08 Sep 2019||Carolina||W30-27||1-0|
|2||Sun, 15 Sep 2019||New Orleans||W27-9||2-0|
|3||Sun, 22 Sep 2019||Cleveland||W20-13||3-0|
|4||Sun, 29 Sep 2019||Tampa Bay||L55-40||3-1|
|5||Thu, 03 Oct 2019||Seattle||L30-29||3-2|
|6||Sun, 13 Oct 2019||San Francisco||L20-7||3-3|
|7||Sun, 20 Oct 2019||Atlanta||W37-10||4-3|
|8||Sun, 27 Oct 2019||Cincinnati||W24-10||5-3|
|10||Sun, 10 Nov 2019||Pittsburgh||L17-12||5-4|
|11||Sun, 17 Nov 2019||Chicago||W17-7||6-4|
|12||Mon, 25 Nov 2019||Baltimore||L45-6||6-5|
|13||Sun, 01 Dec 2019||Arizona||W34-7||7-5|
|14||Sun, 08 Dec 2019||Seattle||W28-12||8-5|
|15||Sun, 15 Dec 2019||Dallas||L44-21||8-6|
|16||Sat, 21 Dec 2019||San Francisco||L34-31||8-7|
|17||Sun, 29 Dec 2019||Arizona||W31-24||9-7|
|1||Sat, 10 Aug 2019||Oakland||L14-3||0-1|
|2||Sat, 17 Aug 2019||Dallas||L14-10||0-2|
|3||Sat, 24 Aug 2019||Denver||W10-6||1-2|
|4||Thu, 29 Aug 2019||Houston||W22-10||2-2|
Los Angeles Rams Ticket Prices
Currently the average price for Los Angeles Rams tickets is $184. The date and location for this event is 29-Dec-19 at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles. The minimum get-in price for Los Angeles Rams tickets is $30.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Los Angeles Rams vs. Arizona Cardinals||Los Angeles||29-Dec-19||$184||$30|
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