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The Los Angeles Rams look to turn the corner in 2017 as they struggled last season. Behind Todd Gurley and new QB Jared Goff, the Rams will look to make some noise in the NFC. Check out the cheapest Rams tickets on Rukkus today!

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The best way to purchase Los Angeles Rams tickets is to go directly to their specific ticket page. There you will find the entire schedule for the Rams listed in order starting with the games that are closest in geographical location. Proceeding that will be all of their games in chronological order with games from similar teams near the bottom. After finding a seat, you can flip through the pictures taken from each seat to provide the best possible experience when buying Rams tickets. Every step of the Rukkus process will ensure that you are able to find the best NFL tickets in no time. 

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Where is the best parking at the Los Angeles Coliseum?

The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is located in the University Park area of Los Angeles, CA. Because of this there are many options for parking most prominently, smaller private lots that are not operated by the Los Angeles Rams. These lots can be accessed for a nominal fee and are completely within walking distance of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

Can I buy away tickets for the Rams?

Purchasing tickets for the Los Angeles Rams when they are on the road is simple. Check the schedule for the night that they will be in town and go to Rams. Rukkus has every home and away game listed from tonight on through the end of the season. Regardless of whether you bought a ticket last minute or months ahead of time, rest assured that we always guarantee every ticket sold. Check out the best deals on LA Rams tickets!

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What makes the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum special?

The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, or “LA Coliseum,” is located in the University Park area of Los Angeles. The LA Coliseum is also home to the USC Trojans football team. The Coliseum will be the temporary home to the Rams until their stadium in Inglewood, CA is finished. The LA coliseum is the largest stadium in the Pac-12 Conference and NFL and it seats 93,607. Many teams, including previous Rams teams, have played in this historic venue and the Rams are making their return to the Coliseum in their first year back in Los Angeles. The LA Coliseum has also hosted the Super Bowl, the World Series, and the 1932 and 1984 Olympic games. The Coliseum is also the proposed location of the 2024 Olympic games. This historic venue will be the perfect place for the Rams to make their return to a city that has been wanting an NFL franchise in Los Angeles.

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The Los Angeles Rams are a young and talented NFL team that provides an amazing live experience. When you attend a game at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, you will see talented athletes, competitive football, and an incredible atmosphere in the stadium. Come and cheer on the Rams as they take the field donning their blue, white and gold uniforms. Get your tickets today!

The Rams have played to the delight of their home crowd in St. Louis since 1995 but have relocated to Los Angeles where they had previously been located before St. Louis. Their storied past includes many division championships, regular season victories, and playoff success. “The Greatest Show on Turf,” led by quarterback Kurt Warner, delivered the only Super Bowl championship to this franchise in 1999. The current Rams team is centered on a strong running attack and a solid defense that includes an impressive pass rushing attack. Come to to Los Angeles and cheer on the Rams!

The city of Los Angeles has been itching for an NFL franchise and they are getting a talented Rams team. The city is very passionate about their sports franchises and the Rams will be a great addition to the already great professional sports franchises located in Los Angeles. With the Rams returning, Los Angeles has football back and will look to cheer on the Rams to glory. Make sure to get the full experience of a Los Angeles Rams game by visiting the city as well!

There is no better way to watch a football game than to experience it live at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. The great fan base and exciting football will have you coming back for more. Come join the thousands of Los Angeles Rams fans and be a part of thrilling NFL action. Be sure to grab your tickets today!

Los Angeles Rams Overview

The Los Angeles Rams are a professional football organization currently playing the National Football Conference (NFC) of the National Football League (NFL). More specifically, the team is in the NFC West Division, which also includes a number of stellar teams like the Seattle Seahawks, Arizona Cardinals, and San Francisco 49ers.

The Rams recently relocated back to Los Angeles in January 2016. The Rams organization originally started in Cleveland in 1936, before moving to Los Angeles in 1946. In 1994, the Rams relocated to St. Louis until 2016 when they went back to Los Angeles once again.

During their time in St. Louis, the franchise has certainly enjoyed their ups and downs.

The pinnacle came in 1999, when the Rams defeated the upstart Tennessee Titans 23-16 in the Super Bowl. The game came down to the wire with Rams defender Mike Jones tackling Titans receiver Kevin Dyson just inches shy of the goal line on the final play of the game to secure the first title for the franchise.

Their explosive offense, nicknamed the “Greatest Show on Turf”, was led by newcomer quarterback Kurt Warner, who accounted for 41 touchdowns and 4,353 yards during that 1999 campaign. Warner’s effort during the season earned him NFL Most Valuable Player honors, as well as the Super Bowl MVP for his performance in the title game.

Then head coach, Dick Vermeil, led the spread attack that also included running back Marshall Faulk, along with a slew of wide receivers. Together the group amassed amazing numbers from 1999-2001, leading the NFL in total offense three-consecutive years, while also leading in total touchdowns during that time.

The Rams success over those years was not strictly due to coach Vermeil, but he certainly laid the groundwork. Following the 1999 Super Bowl win, Vermeil handed the reins over to then offensive coordinator Mike Martz. Despite this being his first head job in the NFL, Martz silenced the critics and led the Rams breathtaking offense back to the Super Bowl where they would square off against the New England Patriots. The Rams effort could not be questions and even after scoring 14 fourth quarter points, the Rams couldn’t repeat as world champions, falling to the Patriots, 20-17. A young quarterback by the name of Tom Brady would raise his first Super Bowl trophy.

Unfortunately, the team slowly faded following the 2001 season. They did pick up one of their best players in franchise history with the selection of rubbing back Steven Jackson in the first round of the 2004 draft, but still couldn’t muster enough success on the field to keep Mike Martz employed.

Scott Linehan would be hired as the next head coach, leading the team to a 3-13 record in 2006, and was eventually let go just four games into the following season after winless start.

The team’s defensive coordinator at the time, Jim Haslett, would take over his duties for the rest of the year. The organization would go through a few more coaches over the years before settling with Jeff Fisher, their current head man.

Fisher has long been considered one of the NFL’s best head coaches, especially a successful stint with the Tennessee Titans. Upon inheriting a 2-14 ball club, Fisher has proceeded to put together season of 7-8-1, 7-9, and 6-10, respectively.

Many fans and media members are excited to see what the team has in store for the upcoming 2015-16 season after some big offseason acquisitions.

Some of these include trading for quarterback Nick Foles and drafting former University of Georgia running back Todd Gurley with the 10th overall pick in the NFL Draft.

Despite recent struggles, the franchise has enjoyed some success in its history. In fact, when the Rams were still in Los Angeles, they put together one of the best defensive units together in NFL history by way of the “Fearsome Foursome”. This nickname, used to describe the Rams front four defensive lineman, used a mixture of speed and power to confront offensive fronts.

The “Fearsome Foursome”, led by Deacon Jones, did a number on offensive lines and quarterbacks, all the way en route to the conference championship game in 1967.

The team would be down for a few years before dominating the NFC West during the 1970’s, earning seven division titles over that decade span. The team played host to a number of great players during that time span, including Jackie Slater and Jack Youngblood, as well as members of their defensive front.

Perhaps the biggest star in all of Rams franchise history played during the 1980’s. A running back by the name of Eric Dickerson began his career as a Ram after an outstanding collegiate career at Southern Methodist University.

Over the course of four years, Dickerson eclipsed 1,800 yards three different times and even broke 2,000 yards in 1984. During those years Dickerson would account for 18, 14, 12, and 11 scores, respectively.

Dickerson’s effort for the Rams earned him First-Team All-Pro honors three years, while he led the NFL in rushing those same seasons.

The Rams and Dickerson would run into issues regarding money and contract years, which ultimately led to him being traded in 1987 to the Indianapolis Colts

The Rams wouldn’t find another back quite like Dickerson until Marshall Faulk helped the team back into the playoffs and eventually a Super Bowl many years later.
The move back to Los Angeles is very big for the Rams organization and the city of Los Angeles. LA has been in the market for an NFL team and it should be a great place for a team on the rise to play. The Rams organization can only hope to have the success of the past Rams teams in Los Angeles heading forward in their new home.

Los Angeles Rams Lineup

  • Sam Bradford
  • Austin Davis
  • Shaun Hill
  • Benjamin Cunningham
  • Tre Mason
  • Isaiah Pead
  • Chase Reynolds
  • Zac Stacy
  • Trey Watts
  • Tavon Austin
  • Stedman Bailey
  • Kenny Britt
  • Chris Givens
  • Brian Quick
  • Damian Williams
  • Alex Bayer
  • Mason Brodine
  • Jared Cook
  • Cory Harkey
  • Lance Kendricks
  • Tim Barnes
  • Jake McQuaide
  • Demetrius Rhaney
  • Scott Wells
  • Joe Barksdale
  • Jake Long
  • Mike Person
  • Barrett Jones
  • Davin Joseph
  • Greg Robinson
  • Rodger Saffold
  • Brandon Washington
  • Alex Carrington
  • William Hayes
  • Chris Long
  • Robert Quinn
  • Eugene Sims
  • Michael Brockers
  • Aaron Donald
  • Kendall Langford
  • Ethan Westbrooks
  • Daren Bates
  • Jo-Lonn Dunbar
  • Will Herring
  • James Laurinaitis
  • Marshall McFadden
  • Alec Ogletree
  • Korey Toomer
  • E.J. Gaines
  • Janoris Jenkins
  • Trumaine Johnson
  • Lamarcus Joyner
  • Brandon McGee
  • Marcus Roberson
  • Cody Davis
  • Maurice Alexander
  • Mark Barron
  • T.J. McDonald
  • Rodney McLeod
  • Greg Zuerlein
  • Johnny Hekker

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Cheap Los Angeles Rams Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$4.00 Preseason: Kansas City Chiefs at St. Louis Rams — 09/03/2015
Edward Jones Dome; St Louis, MO
$4.00 Preseason: Kansas City Chiefs at St. Louis Rams — 09/03/2015
Edward Jones Dome; St Louis, MO
$6.00 St. Louis Rams at Washington Redskins — 09/20/2015
FedExField; Landover, MD
$7.00 Los Angeles Rams at Tennessee Titans — 12/24/2017
Nissan Stadium; Nashville, TN
$8.00 NFL Preseason: Los Angeles Chargers at Los Angeles Rams — 08/26/2017
LA Coliseum; Los Angeles, CA
$9.00 Indianapolis Colts at Los Angeles Rams — 09/10/2017
LA Coliseum; Los Angeles, CA
$10.00 Oakland Raiders at St. Louis Rams — 11/30/2014
Edward Jones Dome; St Louis, MO
$12.00 Preseason: Indianapolis Colts at St. Louis Rams — 08/29/2015
Edward Jones Dome; St Louis, MO
$12.00 San Francisco 49ers at St. Louis Rams — 10/13/2014
Edward Jones Dome; St Louis, MO
$13.00 NFL International Series - Arizona Cardinals at Los Angeles Rams — 10/22/2017
Twickenham Stadium; Richmond, Greater London

Best and Most Expensive Los Angeles Rams Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$341.00Philadelphia Eagles at Los Angeles Rams — 12/10/2017
LA Coliseum; Los Angeles, CA
$273.00St. Louis Rams at Seattle Seahawks — 12/28/2014
CenturyLink Field; Seattle, WA
$214.00New York Giants vs Los Angeles Rams — 10/23/2016
Twickenham Stadium; Richmond, Greater London
$182.00St. Louis Rams at Green Bay Packers — 10/11/2015
Lambeau Field; Green Bay, WI
$180.00St. Louis Rams at Seattle Seahawks — 12/27/2015
CenturyLink Field; Seattle, WA
$180.00St. Louis Rams at Washington Redskins — 12/07/2014
FedExField; Landover, MD
$164.00Rams Legends Flag Football Game — 08/14/2016
StubHub Center; Carson, CA
$160.00Los Angeles Rams at Seattle Seahawks — 12/15/2016
CenturyLink Field; Seattle, WA
$159.00Los Angeles Rams at Minnesota Vikings — 11/19/2017
U.S. Bank Stadium; Minneapolis, MN
$150.00Chicago Bears at St. Louis Rams — 11/15/2015
Edward Jones Dome; St Louis, MO