The Rams officially arrived in Southern California on Monday, making football in L.A. a reality once more. With the Rams back in their original home town, fans will want to keep their eyes on the team that made one of the most unforgettable and literal turnarounds in NFL history.
Here’s a quick update on the Rams, where they are, when they’ll arrive and what season ticket holders can expect to pay:
Where and When
Football operations and administrative departments are setting up temporarily in Oxnard and Agoura Hills to prepare for the training. A temporary practice field, weight room, locker room and offices will be set up to accommodate the offseason program. Truckloads of equipment and other items are being unloaded in Oxnard. The players are due to arrive on April 17.
The franchise will temporarily set up headquarters in Irvine from late July to late August. Another headquarters will be set up at Cal Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks, where they will spend the next two years. A permanent headquarters in Thousand Oaks will be built.
The Rams will play at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum until the permanent home stadium in Inglewood is completed in 2019.
Rams fans who placed $100 deposits for season tickets will pay at least $360 to see their team play at the Coliseum in 2016. Each deposit allows the purchase of up to eight tickets.
The team has an eight-tiered pricing system for season-ticket packages, with premium seats costing more than $2,000. The pricing tiers are: $360, $585, $675, $810, $1,080, $1,350, $1,575, and $2,025. The Rams will play only seven regular-season home games in Los Angeles, as they are the designated home team in an Oct. 23 matchup against the New York Giants at London’s Twickenham Stadium.
They will also host two preseason games, which means season-ticket holders will be paying anywhere from $40 to $225 per event. In addition to their game against the Giants in London, the Rams will host the Arizona Cardinals, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks, Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, Buffalo Bills, and Miami Dolphins.
Those who submitted deposits will be able to buy season tickets later in April. A limited number of single-game tickets will also be available this summer, with prices to be announced.