Atmosphere

The NFL returned to Los Angeles last season, and football fans from all over the LA area came out to show their support, and what better way to show your support and devotion to the Rams than by tailgating before the game. Rams fans love to arrive bright and early and get the game day festivities going as you’ll find the lots surrounding the LA Coliseum filling up five hours before the game.

The tailgating space around the LA Coliseum might be a bit limited, but that doesn’t mean you won’t have a great time throwing down some beers and grilling with Rams fans. Everyone is brimming with excitement over the Rams return to LA, so come on out and join in on the fun when attending a Rams game.

Traditions

Rams Fan Fest

If you’re not looking to set up your own tailgate, then Rams Fan Fest is the next best alternative. Rams Fan Fest, located on Christmas Tree Lane in Expo Park, features concessions, a kids zone, a pregame radio show, and much more so stop by and check it out.

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Tommy Trojan Statue

A symbol of USC since 1930, life-sized bronze Tommy Trojan has been a favorite meeting spot for students and a traditional photo opportunity for fans. Its official name is the Trojan Shrine, and students now guard it every night before the USC-UCLA rivalry game because of UCLA’s reputation for vandalizing the statue. The university even goes so far as to wrap it in duct tape to protect it from being painted by UCLA students.

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Heritage Hall

Heritage Hall opened at the heart of the USC campus in 1971 to house the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, but it has recently been renovated to include a museum. The $35 million project added a two-story museum to showcase the athletes, teams, and coaches that have contributed to the USC athletic program. The space also houses offices, a sports performance center, a broadcast studio, and an indoor golf driving range in addition to new locker rooms, meeting rooms, an equipment room, and event space.

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George Tirebiter Statue

The George Tirebiter Statue located on Trousdale Parkway celebrates former USC mascot George Tirebiter. Tirebiter was the school’s dog mascot before Traveler burst onto the scene. Pay respect to the USC mascot of the past by stopping by and snapping a pic with the statue.

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Where to tailgate

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