The Los Angeles Rams average ticket price for regular season NFL games has risen significantly since the team’s relocation from St. Louis to Los Angeles. In 2011 the average Rams ticket price was at $23, the lowest price in the last six years. After relocating to Los Angeles, the average Rams ticket price for the 2016 season is at $126, which is a 68% increase compared to the Rams 2015 season average ticket price of $40.
(Data updated 11/2/2016)
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2016 Rams Season Preview
The 2016 Los Angeles Rams schedule is set and the 2016 season marks the Rams’ return to Los Angeles for the first time since 1994. The Rams are hoping their move to Los Angeles will give them a fresh start as the team hasn’t made the playoffs since 2004. The 2016 Rams offense is looking to be promising, with the Rams receiving quarterback Jared Goff as the first overall pick in the 2016 NFL draft. Jared Goff along with last year’s offensive NFL Rookie of the Year, running back Todd Gurley, are sure to help make the Los Angeles Rams contenders in the NFC West. TicketCity is the place to go for Los Angeles Rams tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Rams at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, or supporting Los Angeles on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Los Angeles Rams tickets, including home and away games.
Los Angeles Rams Football at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Address: 3911 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90037
The Rams play their home games in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, located in Los Angeles, California. With a capacity of over 90 thousand screaming fans, the stadium is the fourth largest in the NFL. The stadium is the temporary home of the Los Angeles Rams for the 2016, 2017, and 2018 seasons until the City of Champions Stadium in Inglewood, CA is completed. The Los Angeles Rams home bench is on the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum sideline with sections 4-10. Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum parking information is covered in our Rams event guide.
These two teams have met over 125 times that began in 1950, but the intensity level increased in the 1970s as both franchises played in the same state and battled for a division title on a consistent basis. With the Rams move to St. Louis in the mid-90s, the rivalry lost its geographical hatred, but has continued to be one of the better matchups in the NFL due to the history of the games played. Now, with the Rams back in Los Angeles, the Rams vs. 49ers rivalry is sure to get even more intense.
Rivalries are born when the stakes are at its highest. In the early 2000s these two teams consistently fought for a division title and they met in the NFC Championship Game. With a matchup that takes place two times a season, these two teams continue to battle it out and fight for the right to be a division champ.
The Arizona Cardinals vs. Rams rivalry developed from the Cardinals playing in St. Louis for over 20 years before moving to Arizona. With both teams in the NFC West, it is only natural for these two teams and fan bases to not like each other. Despite the Rams recent move to Los Angeles, the rivalry remains and with two matchups a year, the Rams vs. Cardinals rivalry only continues to grow.
Rams in the Super Bowl, NFC Championship and in the NFL Playoffs
The Rams have been an organization for over 75 years and with multiple NFC Championships and a Super Bowl, they have established themselves as one of the more successful organizations in the NFL. The Rams have also made the playoffs over 25 times to go with their 14+ division championships.
2015 Los Angeles Rams Season Preview
2014 started with plenty of optimism around the Los Angeles Rams, but that quickly faded as Sam Bradford went down with another knee injury in the pre-season. The injury effectively ended Bradford’s career with the Rams, and opened the door to a new era. The Rams traded Bradford for Nick Foles, who is looking to cement himself as a franchise quarterback in Los Angeles. The Rams added some big talent players in the 2015 NFL Draft, picking up big play running back Todd Gurley to give the Rams running game a dynamic duo with Gurley and Tre Mason. The Rams also drafted Robert Havenstein who is expected to start at right tackle from day 1. With Foles, Gurley, and a revamped offensive line, the Rams offense will be drastically different in 2015, giving Rams fans hope of a decent scoring attack to couple with their very good defense. The Los Angeles Rams should be drastically improved in 2015, and will play in plenty of tough games, with the NFC West being the toughest division in the conference. Top non-division games on the Los Angeles Rams 2015 Schedule are at home against the Colts, Chiefs, and Lions.
2014 Los Angeles Rams Season Preview
The Rams just missed out on a playoff spot last season, going 7-9 after losing the final game of the season to the eventual Super Bowl champion Seahawks. The Rams looked like a solid team much of the second half of the season, but couldn’t get over a 3-6 start. This year will be even harder, as they’ll try to do it without starting QB Sam Bradford who suffered a season-ending ACL injury in the preseason. Shaun Hill is the starter as of now, and he’ll have Tavon Austin and Kenny Britt as his primary targets. Britt will be interesting to follow, as he’s had his off-the-field problems contradict the immense talent he brings to the games every Sunday. The Rams will be able to better protect new-QB Hill with the addition of Greg Robinson, the #2 overall pick in the draft. Aaron Donald, the Rams second-round pick, should also figure to contribute right away on the defensive line. The Rams schedule starts at home with a game against the Vikings before heading to Tampa in Week 2. Los Angeles has key home games this season against the Cowboys in Week 3, the 49ers in 5, the Seahawks in Week 6, and the Broncos in Week 11. Some of the harder road games in 2014 include contests against the Chiefs, Chargers and Seahawks.
2013 Los Angeles Rams Season Preview
The Rams fell just short of reaching .500 last season—finishing 7-8-1 in 2012. With the team improving, few changes were made this offseason. Where the Rams did make their biggest upgrade was at tight end. Los Angeles inked promising young tight end Jared Cook, formerly of the Tennessee Titans, to give quarterback Sam Bradford another target. In the NFL Draft, the Rams continued to fortify the offense, selecting West Virginia wide receiver Tavon Austin with the eighth overall pick in the draft. With a second first round pick, the Rams took Georgia linebacker Alec Ogletree to be the new starting outside linebacker. If Bradford continues to develop and the young talent around him—Cook, Austin and wide receiver Chris Givens—take steps forward, the Rams could be a very exciting team in 2013.
2011 Los Angeles Rams Season Preview
While they missed out on the playoffs last season, the Los Angeles Rams were one of the most improved teams in the league. A year after finishing with the worst record in the NFL, rookie Sam Bradford guided the team back to respectability. With a year under his belt and an encouraging coach in Steve Spagnuolo, it would not shock anyone to see the Rams back in the playoffs. Bradford won the Heisman Trophy as a sophomore at Oklahoma, and he certainly showed why last season. Most signs point toward him being just as good this season, and he has a wealth of talent surrounding him, most notably running back Steven Jackson, who is one of the best-rounded offensive weapons in the league. The Rams also added wide receiver Mike Sims-Walker, who will be a serious big play threat, to go along with premier possession receiver Danny Amendola. While the offense may be stacked, the defense is not quite as lucky. However, they do have some talent up front, namely in defensive tackle Fred Robbins and second-year man George Selvie. Meanwhile, the secondary will be led by veteran Al Harris, who is entering his first year with the team.
2010 Los Angeles Rams Season Preview
The Los Angeles Rams are a shell of the franchise that made it to the Super Bowl behind Kurt Warner earlier in the decade and may have bottomed out last season with a dismal 1-15 record. While they will likely improve their win total from 2009, the Rams have a lot of work to do before they are once again contending for a playoff berth. Although Los Angeles had one of the worst offenses in the league last season, running back Steven Jackson is one of the most productive players in the NFL. Jackson ran for more than 1,400 yards last year and was a lone bright spot of an otherwise forgettable season. Jackson is likely to be the focal point of the offense again, and will be joined by first overall pick quarterback Sam Bradford. Veteran A.J. Feeley may try to wrestle the job away from Bradford, but the former Oklahoma star is likely the starter. The Rams defense could be a problem area as well, as they do not have much depth at any position. Defensive tackle Fred Robbins has 11 years of experience, but managed only two sacks last year. Middle linebacker James Laurinaitis is coming off a terrific rookie season where he recorded 120 tackles, so if there is going to be any success on the defensive end it, will start with him.
2009 Los Angeles Rams Season Preview
The Los Angeles Rams are heading into 2009 with big improvements on their mind. Their offense will no longer have wide receiver Torry Holt, but still has QB Marc Bulger and RB Steven Jackson. Throw in a few other offensive weapons like; Donnie Avery, Brian Leonard and Joe Klopfenstein - and it is look out for the Rams. On defense Los Angeles lines up some talented players that include Chris Long and Leonard Little on the defensive line. The Rams have been known as offensive juggernauts for the last decade, but this season they will have a salty defense as well.
2008 Los Angeles Rams Season Preview
The Los Angeles Rams have fallen from grace in the past few seasons. After wowing the NFL world with the "Greatest Show on Turf", and one of the fastest and most explosive offenses in the league, the team has struggled through injury and management squabbles. Still led by a strong quarterback, it will be exciting to see how the Rams play this coming season and how free agency and draft picks might affect their season and success. The Edward Jones Dome will be deafening this year as fans urge the Rams on to rebuild themselves back to where they were at the turn of the century.
Los Angeles Rams - 12/2/2016
The Rams are set up to go against the New England Patriots this weekend, with new starting quarterback Jared Goff looking for his first NFL career win.
Los Angeles Rams - 11/11/2016
Rams running back Todd Gurley skipped practice this week due to a thigh injury, however it is not serious and he is expected to play on Sunday against the Jets.