With the Los Angeles Rams ready to bring the Super Bowl title back to the City of Angels, they think it can finally get them some real fans.
One that that has most definitely been consistent this year has been both the Chargers and Rams seeing a massive amount of visiting fans at SoFi Stadium. In the NFC Championship Game, there was a sea of red, with countless folks on hand to watch the 49ers try and pull off an upset.
That didn’t happen, as Los Angeles were able to come away with a 20-17 win and they’re now one victory away from capturing the Super Bowl glory. With the big game coming next weekend, the Rams will be ready for folks all over L.A. to be ready to show them a huge amount of love.
The Super Bowl could help the Rams win over loads of fans in Los Angeles
“I think it’s an unprecedented opportunity for the Los Angeles Rams,” Rams COO Kevin Demoff said via Brady Henderson of ESPN.com. “When you get a chance to play in the Super Bowl, that always helps win fans’ hearts and minds.
“When you get a chance to host a Super Bowl, that obviously helps elevate your brand, the SoFi Stadium brand, the NFL in Los Angeles as a whole. When you combine those two, it’s an unbelievably powerful mix to develop that next generation of fandom.”
With the Super Bowl being played at SoFi Stadium too, you’d assume that Rams supporters will be ready to cheer their heads off from the opening whistle. With that said, you better believe that the Cincinnati faithful will be on hand as well.
For Demoff and the rest of the front office, the team is hopeful that LA Nation as a whole will step up and back the Rams’ players with unmatched passion. Only time will tell if this happens or not, but this could prove to be a historic day for the organization. Feb. 13 can’t get here soon enough.