After 21 years of no NFL football in Los Angeles, sports fans throughout the county rejoiced Tuesday night that the region will once again be home to theRams.
Angelenos -- some with a tear in their eye -- celebrated the news in the streets and on social media after league owners approved the Rams moving from St. Louis to Inglewood. The San Diego Chargers have a one-year option to also move to the new stadium set to open in 2019.
The press conference lasted about 40 minutes and the main point to come out of it was that tickets will be available online on Monday.
The fans gave owner Stan Kroenke a lot of love, but they made it pretty clear that they don't want to share their new stadium as any mention of a potential Raider or Chargers relocation were met with loud boos.