Los Angeles Rams Fast Facts
- Conference & Division
- NFC West
- Year Founded
- Super Bowl Titles
- Jeff Fisher
- Home Stadium
- Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
- Stadium Capacity
- San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks
Los Angeles Rams Schedule
The Rams have packed up and moved to Los Angeles! Head coach Jeff Fisher has the Rams ready to compete in the league's toughest division. With an improving, young team, the Rams are poised to take a step forward this season! Check out the Los Angeles Rams 2018 schedule, and buy your Rams tickets today!
Founded in 1936, the Rams are one of the oldest teams in the NFL -- though they haven't always been located in the Gateway City. The Rams were originally known as the Cleveland Rams, and remained in Cleveland between 1936-1945. The Rams then moved to Los Angeles between 1946-1994, before relocating to St. Louis in 1995.
The Rams have a rich history, and some of the best players that ever put on an NFL uniform have been members of the Rams. Marshall Faulk led the Greatest Show on Turf, while Eric Dickerson is one of the all-time great running backs.
1999 was a special season for the Rams. Kurt Warner came out of seemingly nowhere, took over the starting quarterback job for the Rams after Trent Green was injured, and led the Rams to the franchise's only Super Bowl title -- a thrilling win over the Tennessee Titans.
With an improving offense and defense, the Rams are poised to challenge the Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers atop the NFC West.
Don't miss out on what could be one of the most exciting seasons in franchise history! Buy your Rams tickets today, and make sure you get to the Edward Jones Dome this season!