The Rams have moved their home games from Los Angeles to Inglewood, a city that is already home to the NFL’s Los Angeles Chargers and the Los Angeles Clippers.

The team, which has played at the StubHub Center for more than a decade, will now move into the new arena, located at 801 Wilshire Blvd.

Inglewoods was one of the first teams to relocate to Los Angeles and has been an anchor of the sports-mad city for decades.

It was also home to some of the most popular sports teams in the world.

The Rams will play at the new facility, which opened in 2021, starting in 2020.

Here’s a look at the basics of the new IngleWOOD arena:The IngleWood sports arena.

The IngleWest Arena, which will be called Ingle Sports Arena, opened in 2020, in Ingle, Calif.

The Ingletown Coliseum, which had been the home of the New York Knicks, was built in 1929.

The Rams played at Ingle West from 1962 to 2016.

The stadium is located on the northwest corner of Ingle and Wilshire boulevards, which are both south of downtown Los Angeles.

The building opened in 2017 and seats more than 10,000 fans.