Whose house? After Super Bowl LVI? It’s the LA Rams House folks

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The debate of whether or not the LA Rams truly have the right to claim SoFi Stadium ‘home’ has ended.  While there will still be games where the Rams fans may find a sizeable number of visiting fans, there is no more question in anyone’s mind. At least, not in the minds of those in the know.

The LA Rams have finally laid claim to SoFi Stadium, and with it, they have certainly made inroads to the hearts of Los Angeles NFL fans.  This was inevitable. The Rams have been oh so close each and every year. But even in the heart of the 2021 NFL season, the Rams suffered another wave of injuries that would have stalled the success of many NFL teams.

But who said it first? Who coined the phrase? Well, that is none other than Sam Lagana, who is the SoFi Stadium announcer.

On the TheRams.com official team website, you can learn a great deal more about LA native Sam Lagana. He was a fan of the Rams his entire life. He joined the team’s staff in 2016 when the Rams returned home to Los Angeles.


Since that time, he has been the voice behind the public address system that announces every game. He’s even made road trips to both Hawaii and England. He is the leader of the battle cry “Whose House? Rams’ House!”, and invites everyone to “Rise with the Rams” before kickoffs of all home games.

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