St. Louis Rams Tickets
After they were established back in 1936, the St. Louis Rams quickly became one of the most well known teams in professional football. Although they began their career in Cleveland, Ohio and eventually settled in Los Angeles and then Orange County; in 1995 the team eventually came to St. Louis Missouri where they still reside today. Since they settled in St. Louis, Missouri they have been part of the West Division of the National Football Conference. During their time as a team they have also gone on to set several records, including being the only NFL team to ever win three championships in three different cities
However, beyond these records, the Rams are known throughout the league for their tremendous success as an organization. When head coach Rick Brooks lead the St. Louis Rams in their first season in the Missouri City in 1995, it was thought that the Rams would have many years of “rebuilding” until they would establish themselves as an entity within the league. However, in 1999 with the help of quarterback Kurt Warner, the St. Louis rams would go on to win Super Bowl XXXIV and eventually to Super Bowl XXXVI where the team lost to the New England Patriots. To this date, they have had three league championships, six conference championships, 15 division championships and made 27 different playoff appearances.
Today the St. Louis Rams still hold that level of success and are one of the most competitive teams in the league. During their games they can be seen sporting their millennium blue, gold and white uniforms and are often joined on the field by their ram mascot “Rampage.” Their home games are held in downtown St. Louis, Missouri at the Edward Jones Dome. This dome, known for being one of the loudest in the NFL today not only holds tens of thousands of adoring fans but also holds the team’s Ring of Fame. In this area of the stadium and in many of the surrounding areas around the stadium fans can see retired numbers from some of the Rams most iconic players as well as homages to the team while in all three cities. Here fans can appreciate the long and diverse history of the Rams and cheer on the current St. Louis Rams in all of their home appearances.