The 2018 Los Angeles Rams schedule is almost here and will feature usual division rivals in the Seattle Seahawks, Arizona Cardinals and San Francisco 49ers, as well as one of the most difficult and exciting schedules around the league. At home, you can see some of the best teams in the NFC, including the Super Bowl champs in Rams vs Philadelphia Eagles. Additionally, you can see Rams vs Minnesota Vikings, Rams vs Green Bay Packers, and Rams vs Kansas City Chiefs. In addition to their home schedule, key road games for Los Angeles include the New Orleans Saints, Detroit Lions, Oakland Raiders and Denver Broncos. TicketCity is the place to go for Los Angeles Rams tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Rams at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum or supporting Los Angeles on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Los Angeles Rams tickets.
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2018 Rams Season
Coming off one of the best seasons in team history under first-time head coach Sean McVay, the Rams and GM Les Snead are pushing the envelope to be even better in 2018. Already sporting the Offensive and Defensive Players of the Year in running back Todd Gurley and defensive tackle Aaron Donald, Los Angeles brought in more big names to help them topple the Eagles and Vikings in the NFC. They started the offseason by trading linebackers Robert Quinn and Alec Ogletree, then made noise when they traded for cornerbacks Marcus Peters and Aqib Talib and wide receiver Brandin Cooks. They also signed defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh and cornerback Sam Shields, in addition to placing the franchise tag on safety LaMarcus Joyner. Expect even more fireworks at the Coliseum this year.
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Venue Guide 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 90,000 fans to accomodate the crowds for USC's college games on Saturdays, the stadium is the fourth largest in the NFL. It is the temporary home of the Rams through the 2019 season, until their new shared stadium with the Chargers in Inglewood is completed. The Los Angeles Rams home bench is on the sideline along sections 4-10. Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum parking information is covered in our Rams Event Guide.
These two teams have met over 125 times since 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-1990s, the rivalry lost its geographical hatred, but has continued to be one of the better matchups in the NFL due to the history between the two. Now, with the Rams back in Los Angeles and both teams sporting talented young staffs and rosters, the Rams-49ers rivalry is sure to get even more intense.
Rivalries are born when the stakes are at their highest. In the early 2000s these two teams consistently fought for a division title and even 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 Rams-Cardinals 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 fanbases to not like each other. Despite the Rams' recent move to Los Angeles, the rivalry remains and with two matchups a year, it only continues to grow.
The Rams have been an organization for over 75 years and with three 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 20 total division championships.