The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum has been the Trojans' home since it opened in 1923 and was built for $800,000. The Coliseum is part of the 17-acre Exposition Park, which includes museums and the Los Angeles Sports Arena. The Coliseum hosted the 1932 and 1984 Olympic Games. It also is credited with attracting professional teams in their migration to the West Coast. In addition to the Trojans, the Coliseum has been home to UCLA, the Rams, Raiders, Dons and Dodgers.
In 1993, the Coliseum underwent a $15 million renovation, which included removal of the track, adding 8,000 seats and upgrading the locker rooms. The Northridge Earthquake in 1994 damaged the stadium and prompted $93 million in repairs. Upgrades also were performed in 2008, bring seating capacity to 93,607.
The stadium's Court of Honor features 54 commemorative plaques honoring outstanding people and events that have impacted the stadium.
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Parking can be found on site. For a parking map of the Coliseum, consult the website.
Metro offers several bus and rail options to get to the Coliseum. For details on Metro services, consult the website.