The Rams are one of the oldest teams in the NFL, playing football since 1937 first in Cleveland, then Los Angeles, and since 1994 in St. Louis. The Rams struggled through most of the team's first decade, but finally made the playoffs for the first time in 1945. In that season, the team's final in Cleveland, the Rams won its first NFL championship. The Rams continued to be a strong team through the end of the 1940s and early 1950s, winning another championship in 1951. In the 1970s the Rams had another long run of success. From 1973 through 1979 the team won seven consecutive NFC West division titles. Despite all the division championships, the Rams made just one Super Bowl run—falling to the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XIV. The St. Louis franchise was once again a powerhouse from 1999-2004, making the playoffs each season and winning the team's first Super Bowl in 1999 against the Tennessee Titans. The Rams have retired eight player's numbers in franchise history. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for St. Louis Rams tickets.
2015 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. St. Louis 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.
Check out our St. Louis Rams Season Preview History page for previews of previous Rams seasons.
St. Louis Rams Football at Edward Jones Dome Address: 901 N Broadway, St Louis, Missouri, 63101
The Rams play their home games in the Edward Jones Dome, located in St. Louis, Missouri. With a capacity of 66 thousand screaming fans, the domed venue created a loud, intimidating environment for the Rams' opponents. Edward Jones stadium recently underwent renovations that included the installation of state-of-the-art video monitors around the building. The St. Louis Rams home bench is on the Edward Jones Dome sideline with sections 110-118. Edward Jones Dome 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.
Rams vs. Seahawks
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.
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.
St. Louis Rams Event Guide
Does my child need a ticket for a Rams home game at Edward Jones Dome?
Children under 2 years of age are not required to have St. Louis Rams tickets, but must sit on their parents lap so as not to obstruct view of other fans. Everyone over 2 years of age must have a valid ticket to enter Edward Jones Dome.
When do the gates open for a St. Louis Rams home game?
Edwards Jones Dome gates open to St. Louis Rams tickets holders 90 minutes prior to kickoff for a Rams home game.
Where are the best places to eat in St. Louis before a Rams home game?
Bridge Tap House & Wine Bar is a local favorite with unique American cuisine and over 55 beers on tap. Three Sixty is the best view in St. Louis and has flavorful tapas style dishes and great drinks. Riverbend Restaurant & Bar is the place for a taste of authentic creole flavors like gumbo and etouffee. Visit the Schlafy Tap Room to try some of the great local microbrews.