The St. Louis Rams are a professional football team in the National Football League (NFL). The team was founded in Cleveland, Ohio in 1936 and were moved to Los Angeles in 1946. The team was relocated to St. Louis in 1995 and are now based in the city. They are members of the NFC West division of the National Football Conference. The team has won 15 division championships, 6 conference championships and 3 league championships, including 1 Super Bowl win in 1999. Continue reading if you want to know which stadium the St. Louis Rams use for their home games.
Where do the St. Louis Rams play?
The St. Louis Rams play their home games at Edward Jones Dome located in St. Louis, Missouri. The Rams moved into the stadium during the second half of the 1995 season after the $280 million construction was completed. The stadium seats 66,965 patrons and can be arranged in multiple configurations depending on the event.
The stadium is also used for other events such as concerts, NCAA tournaments, College football, wrestling and many other events. Once of the largest ever attendances was in 1999, when Pope Pope John Paul II held mass at the dome with over 104,000 people in attendance!
During the first half of the 1995 season the Rams played at Busch Memorial Stadium. The team has also had 5 other home stadiums since their founding including; Cleveland Municipal Stadium, League Park, Shaw Stadium, Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum and Anaheim Stadium.