The Los Angeles Rams are officially set to usher in a new era for fans at SoFi Stadium starting in the 2020 NFL season.
The Rams provided a healthy dose of nostalgia when they returned in 2016 to play in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. After four seasons back in their old stomping grounds, they will now be moving into their permanent residence in Inglewood.
L.A.’s front office has made it no secret that they plan on kicking things off in style from a change of scenery to an entirely different look for the team as well after confirming their plans for a new color scheme and design. Rams COO Kevin Demoff is now making the effort to keep fans updated on what is to come.
Demooff issued letter to fans regarding the departure from the Coliseum to SoFi Stadium, thanking them for all of the support via the team’s official website:
Whether cheering for us at the Coliseum or on the road, Playing 60 with us at your school, or joining us in inspiring Angelenos to shine bright and our fans everywhere to climb to new heights, you have been with us every step of the way. Thank you.
Although it is bittersweet to say goodbye to the Coliseum, the future is bright for the Los Angeles Rams as we prepare to move into our new home at SoFi Stadium.
Demoff added that team owner Stan Kroenke has spared no expense to provide fans with the best experience possible:
Stan Kroenke’s vision to transform both the fan experience and our region will come to life this fall, reimagining gamedays for Angelenos and the entire NFL. SoFi Stadium will be a destination that will welcome Rams fans from around the world and is more than 85% complete, with the roof panel and seat installations underway. The Oculus, a first-of-its-kind 70,000 square foot double-sided display board with 4k video, is being assembled within the stadium. Our culinary experience, which will be uniquely Los Angeles and feature food made to order in front of your eyes, is being finalized. Additionally, we continue to focus on making this the best fan experience in the world with the latest technology, amazing partnerships, operational ease and our diehard fans.
The Rams brass knew full well it was going to take some time to re-kindle the fan base that had been lying dormant in Los Angeles following their initial departure for over two decades. Fortunately, it is clear that they have generated tremendous support for the team in the four seasons leading up to the opening of the new stadium.
Although there is plenty of speculation regarding whether or not the team itself can revert back to being a Super Bowl contender this offseason, there is no question that fans still have plenty to look forward to in the 2020 campaign.
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