Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum and Sports Arena, Los Angeles

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3.7/5 based on 80+ reviews on the web
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  • We came for a Rams game. It was my first NFL game so here's some tips for others who might have been in the same boat. You can't bring in bags or backpacks. Most people carry clear 12" x 12" NFL brand...  read more »
  • Rams moved home in LA, we watched the home games for a limited time. Lost to the Bills, but the stadium was in a stadium where the tradition of USC history and tradition. Coliseum Mille is good for? That was a hot dog.
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  • Cool, vintage, historic venue. Bring Sun screen and a big shade hat of some sort, there are no shaded seats unless you're in a box. Will call was at gate 4 for usc games. Seats are closer together tha...  read more »
  • This date of the review takes place on the Cowboys vs Rams Preseason Week 1 game: Just attempting to drive here will take you relatively a short amount of work. But the brunt of the drive will encompass just about 5 city blocks because EVERYONE is attempting to go to the game. Parking lots were all full and people trying to get into the Coliseum Parking Lot congested traffic for everyone else. We ended up parking a few streets away in some seedy sketch auto-repair garage that doubles as a parking lot for football games. Apparently, the people working here have been doing that for the USC games and are more than thrilled to get another day of income for the NFL. Actually getting inside the Coliseum was some of a walk but once we sat down it was not half bad. Unfortunately we looked at the floor seats and noticed a crack and a hole where we can see through the bottom. We were in Sec 18 at the far back and it appeared UNSAFE. You would think that an event that made a few million dollars through USC, events, and now the NFL would fix this but I guess not. The seats were kinda cramp as expected of an football stadium. Every other minute it would seem someone had to leave their seat so the entire row would be forced to get up. It is what it is, I expected more and was disappointed about the stadium quality since it was my first time in the Coliseum. Its showing its age and I hope they renovate it during the off season.
  • This place is old and in need of vast improvement for viewing football games. The seating is fair, seats are comfortable with good view of the field but sound system is terrible, I could never understand what the refs were saying and o LA occasionally understand the announcer. The concession stand are outside of the stadium and the lines block the flow making if very difficult to get the restrooms. The concession prices are super high, $16 for 12 oz beer. Food is also high with limited choices. It's no wonder the Rams are building a new stadium. Parking is also very difficult to find if you don't have permit for main lots and traffic was terrible getting the even 3 hours prior to the event and even worst when 90,000 people all tried to leave at the same time. Everyone that I met the was very friendly.
  • Is a nice plece is historic place. And now NFL came back to LA hooo yeaaaa La rams.
  • Very old and dated. The stares are crumbling as people walk down them. The seats are small and hard. I feel sorry for anyone over 5'8 and 180lbs!
  • Can't wait until the Rams get their own stadium but until then, the Coliseum is awesome. Don't give them a bad review because of traffic people. This is LA!!!
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