A limited number of Los Angeles Rams single-game tickets will go on sale Thursday morning through Ticketmaster.
Rams season tickets sold out at the beginning of July. About 56,000 people put down deposits for season tickets, and the team ultimately sold about 70,000. Fans who placed deposits but did not get season tickets were given priority for single-game tickets sold over the past few weeks. The team held back some of those tickets so that other fans would have the chance to see a game.
"Our fans have welcomed us home to Los Angeles with great passion," Rams Vice President Jake Bye said. "We are pleased to be able to offer them an opportunity to purchase a ticket to experience Rams football in-person during this historic season."
A Rams spokesperson said a "very limited number" of tickets will go on sale to the public at 10 a.m. Thursday. The tickets start at $40, and the team expects them to sell out that morning.
The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum will hold about 80,000 people for Rams games this fall, though it may expand to 90,000 for certain games, the spokesperson said.
The Rams will play two preseason games at the Coliseum before the regular season starts in September. The first will be on Aug. 13 against the Dallas Cowboys, and the second will be on Aug. 20 against the Kansas City Chiefs. Their first regualr season game will be on Sept. 18 against the Seattle Seahawks.