The Los Angeles Rams are a professional football team which competes in the National Football League (NFL) in the league's National Football Conference (NFC) West division. The franchise was founded in Cleveland in 1936 as the Cleveland Rams and moved to Los Angeles, California in 1946. The Rams moved to St. Louis, Missouri after the 1994 NFL season and recently relocated back to Los Angeles prior to the 2016 NFL season. In 2021, the franchise value of the Los Angeles Rams was approximately 4.8 billion U.S. dollars.
The team currently plays its home games at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum planning to move to the Los Angeles Stadium at Hollywood Park by 2020. The Ram’s average regular season home attendance during the 2021 NFL season stood at 71,598 and the average ticket price for a Rams’ game in 2021 stood at 103.62 U.S. dollars, a slight increase from the average of 103.62 U.S. dollars in the previous year. The Rams' revenue in 2020 amounted to approximately 422 million U.S. dollars and its operating income for that year was about 37 million U.S. dollars. The Los Angeles Rams are winners of two Super Bowl titles in 2000 and 2022, and have appeared in two other Super Bowls in 1970 and 2002.
The Rams had a combined total of around 1.76 million Facebook fans and Twitter followers. The team is currently owned by Stan Kroenke, who is also the owner of the Denver Nuggets (NBA), the Colorado Avalanche (NHL), as well as the Colorado Rapids of Major League Soccer.
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