In Game

The Rams have returned to Los Angeles and are playing in the historic Los Angeles Coliseum until their new football palace in Inglewood is complete offering you the perfect opportunity to see some NFL football in one of the most famous venues in NFL history. The Coliseum should be on the bucket list of any sports fan and NFL fan as it was home to not only the 1932 and 1984 Olympics but also the first Super Bowl.

While the history alone makes a trip to see the LA Coliseum a must, you’ll also encounter a rabid fan base ready to see some NFL football when attending a Rams game. Rams fans are over the moon with the team’s return and are coming out in strong numbers to show their support for their home team. You’ll see a sea of blue and gold when attending a Rams game, so come dressed head to toe in blue and gold to show your support for LA’s NFL team.

The opportunity to see the historic LA Coliseum and Los Angeles’s renewed love for the Rams makes attending a Rams game a must for any NFL fan out there.

Things to check out

Olympic Cauldron

Also known as the Olympic Torch, it was built for the Coliseum when it hosted the Olympics in 1932 and 1984. It still stands today and is lit during the fourth quarter of USC football games and other special occasions.

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Court of Honor

The Court of Honor is a series of plaques that recognize the memorable events and athletes that have taken place at the Coliseum. It includes a full list of the 1932 and 1984 Olympic gold medalists. Stop by the Court of Honor to pay tribute to some of the greatest athletes to ever compete at the Coliseum.

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Rampage

Rampage keeps fans young and old engaged throughout the game with his antics. Give Rampage a high five if you see him at the game and keep an eye out for him as you never know what kind of trouble he’ll get into next.

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Melon Heads

Be on the look out for the Melon Heads. This fan group wears carved out watermelons to every Rams game and are some of the most diehard Rams fans out there. The group's founder Lance Goldberg was even inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, so don’t miss the Melon Heads during your trip to LA.

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Los Angeles Rams Cheerleaders

The Los Angeles Rams Cheerleaders have been entertaining Rams fans since 1974. The group followed the Rams to St. Louis in 1995 and now have returned to LA alongside the Rams, so don’t miss the Rams Cheerleaders when attending a Rams game.

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Fight Songs

  1. The Rams Marching Song

    Ram ’em hard, Ram ’em fast
    Our allegance to thee always lasts
    Horns of Gold, Cloth of Blue
    St. Louis Rams tried and true

    Kick their face in, Ram them back
    Our defense is coming, another sack
    Flying with grace, Ramming speed ahead
    Our opponents in retreat, kill them dead

    Touchdown, touchdown, come on Rams
    Kick that team on their cans
    Pass to the left, run to the right
    Come on Rams, fight, fight, fight!

  2. Ram It

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