Edward Jones Dome History
There is nothing quite like being there when the game truly gets rolling at Edward Jones
Dome, as it's a place that heat up in a hurry when it comes to passion and excitement as the Rams dig in looking to pull down
a huge win. As the home to the St. Louis Rams of the NFL, Edward Jones Dome is the backdrop for a steady stream of amazing
matchups each and every season, giving you plenty of opportunities to get out and show your support as the Rams look to pile
up the wins and make a move up the standings. The history of Edward Jones Dome isn't exactly that long, with it only being
open since 1995, but it hasn't taken long for it to become nothing short of a staple of the local sports scene in St. Louis.
U2 and Metallica to Limp Bizkit and 'N Sync, Edward Jones Dome has also held plenty of amazing concert as well, which is why
the events calendar always has a little something for everybody. But the key events still tend to be St. Louis Rams' matchup,
as there is nothing quite like being in the stands when the game is on the line and the Rams are locked in a nail-biting matchup.
The NFL Experience
Dating back millennia, people have been gathering for intense spectator sports, and that's
not something likely to change any time in the near future. Obviously things have changed quite a bit since the days of Roman
chariot racing, but there are still some big-time sports that routinely turn out fans by the tens of thousands. Unless you've
been living under a rock, you'll know that one of the premier sporting events of the day is the college football, though that's
something that you'll have to see first-hand to truly appreciate.
When the Rams hit the field
to take on an intense competitor, there is only one place to be, and it definitely isn't sitting on your couch watching on
your disappointing flatscreen. Get out and see a game filled to the brim with playmakers that know a thing or two about putting
on a show as the Rams look to make some major noise in the NFC West, though that's never easy against teams like the 49ers,
the Seahawks and the Cardinals.
Come out and see all of the highlight-reel runs, spectacular throws and clutch kicks
that have become standard operating procedure for the Rams over the years. The Rams always have an explosive team loaded with
the stars of both today and tomorrow, though you can't truly appreciate them until you get out to Edward Jones Dome and see
the big game alongside tens of thousands of your fellow fans.
St. Louis, Missouri
On the border of Missouri
and Illinois, St. Louis has become an iconic American city indicative of the adventurous nature of those who settled there
in the first place. It's the place where Meriwether Lewis stood and said "nah, we can go much further than this." St. Louis
is one of the gateways of the country, bringing together East and West in a way that not many other cities can boast, and
there's definitely no shortage of things to do once you get there. Though the Arch is world-famous at this point, it also
has an impeccable theater and concert scene, both of which you can catch at Edward Jones Dome if you check the schedule.
no matter what, the sports scene will remain a staple of the local community, with the Cardinals of MLB and Rams of the NFL
dominating their opponents on the regular from season to season. Edward Jones Dome is one of the icons of the local community,
and there is nothing else close to the experience you'll have sitting alongside tens of thousands of your fellow fans.
Did you know that the Rams actually started out in Los Angeles?
Younger generations may not
be in the know, but this franchise actually got rolling over in Los Angeles before making the move over to St. Louis, where
they were welcomed with open arms. With a steady stream of amazing players that have come through the roster, most notably
all-time greats like Marshall Faulk, Kurt Warner and Isaac Bruce, the Rams have established themselves as one of the premier
franchises in the NFL.
If you don't know about the Rams' fans, you'll be in for a real education
when you get out to Edward Jones Dome to see it all for yourself in another bench-gripping season of football. Football is
just one of those sports that gets amplified big-time when you get a chance to see it in a stadium alongside thousands of
your fellow fans, making it always a good time to get out to join with the passionate Rams fans for an exciting matchup filled
with nail-biting moments.