On Saturday night, the Rams officially return to L.A. with a game against the Cowboys. The Coliseum could be at or near capacity for the preseason home opener.
According to Sam Farmer of the Los Angeles Times, the Rams will be expanding the seating beyond its normal configuration for the preseason game against Dallas and the regular-season home opener against Seattle on September 18, selling tickets to seats in the upper level corners of the venue that previously weren’t going to be sold.
The Rams sold 70,000 season tickets, and they’re selling another 10,000 single-game tickets per contest. For the games against the Cowboys and Seahawks, the extra seats will push the crowds toward the full capacity of 91,000.
That’s an impressive turnout. Hopefully, unlike Sunday night in Canton, the game will actually be, you know, played.