Los Angeles Rams Facts, Super Bowl History, Uniform Colors, Location and More Ahead of Super Bowl 56 in 2022

Los Angeles Rams Facts, Super Bowl History, Uniform Colors, Location and More Ahead of Super Bowl 56 in 2022


The Los Angeles Rams are back in the Super Bowl for the second time in the last four seasons. Head coach Sean McVay will be hoping that this time around goes much better than the first. The Rams take on the Cincinnati Bengals in a Super Bowl LVI matchup that is sure to bring the excitement.

Here's everything fans need to know about the Rams franchise ahead of the big game.

Where Are the Rams Located?

The Rams are located out of Los Angeles, CA and play all of their home games at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood. The Rams only moved to this location from St. Louis, MO prior to the 2016 NFL season.

Are the Rams NFC or AFC?

The Rams are one of 16 NFL teams that play in the NFC Conference. Los Angeles is part of the NFC West division along with the Arizona Cardinals, San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks.

LA Rams Quarterback 2022

Matthew Stafford has been the starting quarterback for the Los Angeles Rams for one season. The 13th-year pro was acquire via trade last offseason. Stafford guided LA to a 12-5 regular season record by completing 67.2% of his pass attempts for 4,886 yards and 41 touchdowns (17 interceptions).

What Color Are the Rams?

The Rams uniform colors include royal blue, gold and white. They typically wear their royal blue uniforms at home, while dressing in the white uniforms for away games.

Rams Colors for Super Bowl

The Rams have decided to wear their white retro jerseys with blue and yellow sleeves for Super Bowl 56. LA will also don gold pants and royal blue socks. It is very similar to what the team wore throughout the 1970s and 1990s.

Rams Super Bowl History

The Rams are 1-3 all-time across four appearances in the Super Bowl. They last appeared in the Super Bowl for the 2018-19 season, where they lost to the New England Patriots, 13-3. Los Angeles earned its only Lombardi Trophy in when it defeated the Tennessee Titans in Super Bowl XXXIV by a score of 23-16.

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