Get your Los Angeles Rams tickets from Tickets For Less. View the Los Angeles Rams upcoming schedule and the best seats available today. Find all Los Angeles Rams tickets now and make memories for life.
The Los Angeles Rams are based in Los Angeles, California and play their home games inside the newly constructed SoFI Stadium. The Rams are members of the National Football Conference (NFC), playing in the NFC West Division.
The Rams franchise was born in 1936 as the Cleveland Rams, where the team played for their first ten years of existence. The team moved to Los Angeles in 1946 after winning the 1945 NFL Championship game. The Rams remained in Los Angeles until 1995 when the team packed up and moved to St. Louis, Missouri. The team would remain in St. Louis until the end of the 2015 season when it again moved back to Los Angeles.
The Rams have won three NFL championships, and are currently the only franchise in league history to win championships while representing three different cities. The Rams won the 1945 NFL Championship while representing Cleveland, the 1951 NFL Championship while representing Los Angeles and the 1999 Super Bowl while representing St. Louis. In all, the Rams have also won seventeen Division championships and seven Conference championships as they enter the 2021 season.
Despite calling three separate cities home in their history, the Rams have always been thought of as one of the more successful franchises in the NFL. Perhaps the most famous era for the Rams franchise came in the late 1990s and early 2000s with legendary head coach Dick Vermeil in charge while the team was in St. Louis. The 1999 Rams began the era of the Rams known as The Greatest Show on Turf. The team scored 526 points on their way to a Super Bowl XXXIV victory that season. The Rams offense was led by Kurt Warner, who entered the season as the team’s backup before Trent Green was injured in the preseason. Warner threw 41 touchdown passes that season, with Marshall Faulk adding an NFL record 2,429 yards from scrimmage to go with 26 total touchdowns.
Currently, the Los Angeles Rams are led by head coach Sean McVay, who is the youngest coach to lead an NFL team to a Super Bowl appearance. The Rams fell in Super Bowl XIV to the New England Patriots in 2018. After the departure of former first overall pick Jared Goff, the Rams are looking to improve on their first round playoff exit in 2020. They will be led by veteran quarterback Matthew Stafford who many believe will be a major improvement over Goff. With one of the top defenses in the NFL and hopefully a revitalized offense, the Rams are in prime position to make a deep run into the 2021 playoffs.
Looking for the best seats at great prices? Look no further than Tickets For Less. We've been a highly respected member of the ticketing industry since 2004, and pride ourselves in providing top-notch customer service and access to the nation's hottest events! Tickets For Less also possesses the prestigious A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau, and offers a Fansurance Guarantee on all ticket purchases, so you can purchase your tickets with confidence. Tickets For Less gives you access to the best Los Angeles Rams tickets available, in addition to thousands of other events across the United States. Whether you're looking to buy tickets for the first time or thousandth time, Tickets For Less is here to ensure that your buying experience is seamless and exceeds your expectations. Don't wait, make memories for life with Tickets For Less and get your Los Angeles Rams tickets today!