The Los Angeles Rams will face off against the New England Patriots at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta on Feb. 3, 2019.
CGTN’s May Lee takes us on a journey of how the Los Angeles Rams got to the big game.
The Rams franchise began in 1936 in Cleveland, Ohio.
After winning the NFL Championship Game in 1945, the Rams moved to Los Angeles.
After 48 years, the Rams moved again, this time to St. Louis, Missouri in 1995.
Five seasons after relocating, the St. Louis Rams won Super Bowl XXXIV over the Tennessee Titans in 2000.
The Rams made it to the Super Bowl again in 2002, but lost to the New England Patriots 20-17.
In 2016, the Rams returned to Los Angeles, where it had no NFL team for 23 years.
After a rough first season, the Rams shook things up by firing head coach Jeff Fisher.
In 2017, the team hired 30-year-old Sean McVay.
He became the youngest head coach in modern NFL history.