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Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum

Overview

The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is one of the most venerable sports monuments in America today with countless historic events & milestones taking place inside its walls during nine decades of celebrated history. The Coliseum has served as home field for the USC Football team since 1923 and is the only stadium that has played host to two Olympiads (X and XXIII), two Super Bowls (I and VII) and a World Series (1959). It was declared a National Historic Landmark on July 27, 1984. The Coliseum has also hosted Evil Knievel in 1973, a Papal Mass by Pope John Paul II in 1987, Nelson Mandela's Crusade against Apartheid in 1990 & countless sold out concerts including U2, Pink Floyd, The Who, Metallica, Bruce Springsteen & the Rolling Stones. The MLB's Los Angeles Dodgers as well as the NFL's St. Louis Rams and Oakland Raiders have also called the Coliseum home. If interested in booking the Coliseum for an event or Coliseum Historic Tour, visit www.lacoliseum.com or email us your inquiry at [email protected].

Address:

3911 S. Figueroa St.
Los Angeles, CA 90037

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  • Accepts Credit Cards
  • Eco Friendly
  • Family Friendly
  • Green Certified
  • Self Parking

General

  • Total Square Footage: 784080
  • Total Meeting Rooms: 7
  • Capacity Inside: 500
  • Capacity Outside: 93607
  • Auditorium With Stage
  • In-House Catering Service
  • Max Theater Capacity: 10000
  • Max Reception Capacity: 10000
  • Max Banquet Capacity: 5000
  • Max Classroom Capacity: 250
  • Number of Breakout Rooms: 4