Los Angeles, CA – By now LA sports fan have been slowly seeing changes happening at the Memorial Coliseum. The minute the LA Rams playoff run ended on January 6 the demolition of the south side of stadium began.
The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum’s $270 million renovation and restoration is past the halfway point according to team involved.
In a special ceremony the union workers and USC folks had the opportunity to personally sign the final beam of the Coliseum’s new Scholarship tower. Representing the USC Football team was head coach Clay Helton with players Marvell Tell (7), Ajene Harris (27), Cameron Smith (35), Porter Gustin (45).
The Rams and Trojans also took time to explain a few fun facts for the updated fan experience for the 2018-19 season.
At the games there have been added two Terraces on both side below the peristyle. USC will use it for students and donors, and the Rams will use it for group sales tickets.
The fans who have seats on the southside will have increased leg room and brand new seats to enjoy the game. On part two of renovation all the other seats will be replaced and rows will be cut down from 36 seats across down to 18 seats across for less traffic.
On all fans tickets you will have an assigned gate to enter through due to construction. Now for the Rams you have to have physical ticket or a mobile ticket. Long gone are the pdf printable paper tickets.
A big theme for both teams is “GO METRO”
Fans will still be able to have great tailgates in assigned areas, please go :
Let’s get ready for some Football!