September 13 is going to be a historic night when we open the first stadium built for Rams fans on Sunday Night Football. Unfortunately, while SoFi Stadium is ready for football, it is not yet ready to welcome our fans. In following local and state guidelines, our opener against the Dallas Cowboys will be played without fans in attendance. We will continue to evaluate the ability to safely host fans at the Rams House and keep you updated should we be able to do so at some point this season.
“While we are doing everything to safely open SoFi Stadium and ultimately fulfill its promise to Rams fans, the NFL and to this region, we know our ability to welcome fans into the building will be guided by the wisdom of health care experts and the policies of local, state and federal government officials,” said Los Angeles Rams Owner/Chairman E. Stanley Kroenke. “Therefore, we won’t speculate on any timeline as to when fans will be able to join us. The health and well-being of our employees, community and the nation, remains our highest concern.
“Millions across California and the country are on the front lines fighting COVID-19, caring for our neighbors and protecting our communities. We applaud their selfless and tireless heroism and thank them for their many sacrifices.
“All of us can’t wait until the day we come together to celebrate life and resiliency through sports. Until then, we ask that everyone continue to stay safe and support one another.”
Despite not being able to host fans in person, we will aim to find ways to continue to connect digitally with Rams fans everywhere. Fans may purchase cardboard cutouts of themselves to be in the stands by placing an order before Wednesday, August 26, 2020 at 5pm PT.
For more information on SoFi Stadium, including the latest news and seat license information, please visit www.therams.com/stadium/sofi-stadium.
Thank you for your continued support and we hope to see you soon.
Los Angeles Rams