Rams to host massive Super Bowl send-off rally for fans in Inglewood on Sunday

Rams kicker Greg Zuerlein is lifted by teammate Johnny Hekker after hitting a 57-yard field goal in overtime to beat the New Orleans Saints 26-23 in the NFC championship at the Superdome on Jan. 20.
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The Los Angeles Rams will host a send-off rally for fans Sunday morning in Inglewood before the team heads to Atlanta to take on the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LIII.

The 10 a.m. rally will also offer fans a peek at the new L.A. Stadium at Hollywood Park, the team’s home starting in 2020. There will be food trucks, giveaways and various activities on the construction site, and players and coaches are expected to make an appearance before heading to the airport.

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The event will run until noon Sunday and is free to the public — but those planning to attend must pre-register online for a ticket. Space is limited, according to the team, and guests will be accommodated on a first-come, first-served basis.

Fans are asked to wear closed-toe shoes because the site is still under construction. Limited free parking will be available at the southeast corner of Prairie Avenue and Pincay Drive, with $10 overflow parking available at the Forum.

Parking instructions at the stadium, 1000 South Prairie Ave. in Inglewood, can be found here. No alcohol or tailgating allowed on the construction site and the adjacent event space/parking lots.

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