Los Angeles Rams Tickets for Sale

The St. Louis Rams are members of the West division of the National Football Conference (NFC) in the National Football League (NFL).  The Rams have won three NFL championships and one Super Bowl championship in 1999, Super Bowl XXXIV.  The team and their mascot Rampage play all home games in Edward Jones Dome “The TWA Dome” located  at 701 Convention Plaza in St. Louis, Missouri and offers 66,000 seats to choose from as well as 120 Executive Suites.  The franchise in owned by Stan Kroenke while Chip Rosenbloom is Chairman and General Manager of operations is Les Snead.  Former Titan head coach from 1994-2010 and current head coach for the St. Louis Rams since 2012 is Jeff Fisher.  The Rams have lost quite a few players this early in the season like cornerback E.J. Gaines who had to undergo surgery to repair a Lisfranc injury in his foot and the versatile draft steal who graded out higher than Jenkins or Johnson last season, it’s a tough break but he is expected to make a full recovery and be back very soon.   Do not expect to see Todd Gurley play a snap this preseason or maybe a week or two into the season because he is still recovering from a torn ACL and since the Rams have waited years to find a player like Gurley to lead Rams offense waiting a few more weeks will be well worth it.  Having found their answer in QB Nick Foles, the team announced Friday that Foles has signed a two-year extension through 2017.  

Edward Jones Dome

Also known as “The TWA Dome” and “Dome at America’s Center” is a multi-purpose stadium in St. Louis, Missouri and home to the St. Louis Rams of the National Football League.  It was constructed largely to lure an NFL team back to St. Louis and to serve as the local convention center.  The dome can seat up to 70,000 people.  Seating levels include: a private luxury suite level with 120 suites, a private club seat and luxury suite level that has 6400 club seats, the concourse level (lower bowl) the terrace level (upper bowl). 

Naming rights were announced later and during planning and construction the Dome was known as the Dome at America’s Center.  Trans World Airlines purchased the naming rights in 1995 and held them until 2001, during this time the dome was known as the Trans World Dome.  The Dome went back to Dome at America’s Center until Naming rights were acquired by Edward Jones Investments and the deal included a one day deal to sell the naming rights to Rams Park, the Rams’ training facility that is now known as Russell Athletic Training Center.  The Ram’s agreed to rename the Edward Jones Dome to Russell Athletic Field for one game only on December 11, 2006.  Some of the more well-known acts that have graced the Dome have been, The Rolling Stones, Metallica and ‘N Sync are just a few of the big names that have had their concerts hosted by this beautiful stadium.