Los Angeles will honor the Super Bowl Rams champion with a parade Wednesday through Exposition Park.
Team officials said the roughly one-mile show will begin at 11 a.m. at Shrine Auditorium on West Jefferson Boulevard.
You’ll finish on Figueroa Street before turning onto Exposition Park Drive and landing at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum at approximately 11:45 a.m. The rally will take place at Coliseum’s Olympic Plaza and Peristyle Arch from noon to 1pm
It will mark the first victory show of its kind since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. No rallies took place After the Lakers and Dodgers Championship win in 2020 due to fears of large gatherings.
Some Los Angeles sports fans believe Wednesday’s parade should honor the three teams.
“Do we get that wonderful city of heroes now?” Dodgers Nation fan page wrote on twitter.
City officials were said earlier Celebrations will be held to honor the 2020 victories, but those plans never came to fruition. I entered Los Angeles The first winter wave of COVID-19 It wasn’t long before the Lakers and Dodgers claimed their titles.
Anaheim resident Marlon Futures said he expects people to treat Wednesday’s parade as a common event “whether or not the rams or LA mean to go that way.”
Futures, 33, said he’s considering wearing a Rams hoodie and “classic purple and gold Lakers sneakers” at the show to honor more than one team — or perhaps buying a Rams Super Bowl cap so he can “shine Van Axel’s shirt.”
Lakers star LeBron James agreed, saying, “We should all, the Dodgers and the Rams, do a joint parade together!!!!” he Tweet on MondayAdding: “City of Heroes”.
Although the Lakers celebrated their 2010 parade after winning the previous championship, the Dodgers have not had a show in Los Angeles since 1988.
Studio City resident Gisele Karen, who has attended several World Series games, said she hopes to gather some friends for the event on Wednesday and that she will most likely dress up as Dodgers.
“I love the Lakers and the Rams – really special victories – but the Dodgers took my heart,” said 28-year-old Karen.
The Rams were defeated on Sunday Cincinnati Bengals 23-20 70,048 people accepted into the SoFi Arena to win their first Super Bowl title in Los Angeles.
The team will also be honored with a temporary installation at the Hollywood Banner this week, which will be Transformed into a “house of rams” during Wednesday.
The win was dramatic Returning to professional football in Los Angeles after a long absence. The Los Angeles Lakers, Dodgers, Kings, and Sparks have won multiple world championships.
But not everyone thought that the day should be for multiple teams.
“As far as the Dodgers and Lakers, fair or not, that ship sailed two years ago,” one person wrote on Twitter. “Today is the time for rams.”
George Whipple, Jr., 47, a resident of Whittier, shared the same sentiment. He said he grew up going to Rams games in Anaheim and hasn’t missed a home game since they returned to Los Angeles.
“Let the rams have their own show,” Whipple said. “This is LA’s first Super Bowl title in 38 seasons and the Rams’ first LA title. Let them have their own title!”
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