Rams reveal new uniforms for stadium debut

Rams reveal new uniforms for stadium debut



The Los Angeles Rams on Wednesday unveiled the new uniforms they plan to wear in the 2020 season.

The team provided the visual on Twitter. The uniforms are blue and vibrant yellow, more specifically dubbed "Rams Royal" and "Sol" by the Rams.

The helmet is predominantly metallic chrome blue and features a yellow horn and a blue facemask.

The uniforms have numbering that follows the same curvature as the evolved horn on their helmet. They have blue and off-white jerseys with interchangeable blue, yellow or off-white pants.

The new uniforms are scheduled to be on display as the Rams open the 2020 season against the Dallas Cowboys on Sept. 13 at the new SoFi Stadium, a $5 billion project funded by Rams owner Stan Kroenke.

Because of the coronavirus, however, that remains up in the air. California Gov. Gavin Newsom said last month that he did not expect NFL games would be played in the state, at least not with fans in the stands, in September.

The Rams revealed new team colors and different logos in March as part of a rebranding effort that has been in progress since the franchise returned to Los Angeles in 2016 after more than two decades in St. Louis.

The team logo features the white letters "L" and "A" with a yellow Rams' horn.

While the Los Angeles Chargers' uniform unveil drew raves last month, the Rams logo was widely panned when the team released it. And on Wednesday, the Rams were trending on Twitter, with most fans against the new uniforms.

"The Rams uniforms look like jerseys you make when relocating a team on Madden," wrote one Twitter user, @itsdiontae.

--Field Level Media