Rams Announce Limits for Fan Attendance, Pushes Back Season Tickets to 2021

by Jake Ellenbogen
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The Los Angeles Rams and their fans have waited four years to kick off their new era in their new stadium in Inglewood, California. That, unfortunately, looks to be in jeopardy or at the very least, limited. The Rams official site announced that the organization would defer all 2020 season ticket holders to the 2021 season and would limit seating this year. It’s the first big announcement regarding the Rams and their new stadium directly affected by COVID-19.

The NFL has also announced that the NFL Preseason has been cancelled in addition. It’s becoming a very dysfunctional offseason for the Rams and the league in general. Sadly we have no idea what to expect with the rosters and the unproven talent that resides on them trying to scratch and claw their way onto the roster. We do know that the Rams will either play in front of no one for their SoFi Stadium debut home opener or play in front of only 15,000. Either way, this is certainly not how the Rams envisioned their debut going four years ago.

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