Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena and Coliseum History
The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is the Los Angeles, California
home of the USC Trojans football team. During college football season tens of thousands of Trojans fans descend on Los Angeles
Memorial Coliseum for every home game, making it one of the loudest and most electrifying venues in the entire NCAA. Playing
in the PAC 12 means that each year the Trojans go up against many of the best teams in the country as they try to move up
the conference standings and put themselves in position to try to compete for a National Championship. Tickets to see USC
in action at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum are some of the hottest in all of Southern California so be sure to get yours from
StubHub early so you can still get great seats and be up close to all the action.
Los Angeles Memorial Sports
Arena and Coliseum Events
The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum first opened in 1923 and has been home to some of the most
memorable college and professional football games in the history of the sport ever since. The program has now grown to one
of the most consistently competitive programs in NCAA football, and they always seem to making some serious noise in the PAC
12, one of the most competitive conferences in college football. The Trojans have big home games this season against the Oregon
State Beavers, the Arizona State Sun Devils, the Colorado Buffaloes, and the Cal Bears before closing out the home schedule
with a November 29th match up against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Both the Coliseum and the Sports Arena are also home
to big concerts and music festivals making the venues year-round attractions.
Los Angeles, California
the city in California with the highest population, and the second most populous city in the United States, you can be sure
that there are plenty of reasons to visit Los Angeles. You would be remiss not to visit the beach whether it is Venice Beach,
Santa Monica, Malibu, or any of the other nearby beaches. A trip to Hollywood Boulevard will allow you to go along the Walk
of Fame and see the names some of your favorite stars of film, television, radio, and music before you stop by Grauman's Chinese
Theater and see where the biggest stars in the history of showbiz have put their hand prints in the cement. If you are looking
for something more high brow head over to the J. Paul Getty Museum and see some of the world famous art hanging from its walls.
Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena and Coliseum Seating Layout
The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum seats over 93,000
for all of the biggest concerts and USC Trojans games and the atmosphere in the stadium for football games is unrivaled. The
Sports Arena seats 16,000 for most of its sports events with the potential to seat even more for concerts.
Los Angeles Coliseum was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1984 and has hosted the Summer Olympics twice, along with
the Super Bowl, and the World Series.