Los Angeles Rams Super Bowl Champions Jerseys, Hats, Jerseys, Accessories: Where to Find Merchandise
LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Rams won their first Super Bowl since the 1999 season — and their first title representing the City of Angels since 1951 — and fans can order all manner of merchandise commemorating the historic season.
The products went on sale moments after the Rams beat the Cincinnati Bengals, 23-20, on Sunday night in Super Bowl LVI.
The most requested items are the official Super Bowl champions locker room t-shirts ($39.99), the hoodie ($84.99), as well as the official hats ($34.99) worn on the field when the Rams accepted the Vince Lombardi Trophy.
Special player jerseys with Super Bowl LVI patches are available for Matthew Stafford, Aaron Donald and Cooper Kupp in adult sizes for $139.99, as well as youth sizes for $99.99 for Stafford, Donald and Kupp.
New is a Rams gift box with all kinds of Super Bowl Champs goodies ($84.99), worth $105. Box includes official locker room hat and towel, lanyard, koozies, pennant and more.
Free US shipping is available on orders over $24 using coupon code 24SHIP at checkout.
You can also access the following Rams merchandise index pages to see all of your options in one place:
Here’s more on Los Angeles’ win over the Bengals from The Associated Press:
In a venue built for champions, the Los Angeles Rams won the crown jewel: a Super Bowl trophy.
It took a pinpoint 79-yard drive capped by Cooper Kupp’s 1-yard touchdown reception with 1:25 remaining for a 23-20 Sunday win over the Cincinnati Bengals to give the Rams their first NFL title since the 1999 season. – and their first Los Angeles performance since 1951.
“These guys did a great job,” coach Sean McVay said. “They took over this game.”
They did it at their home, the $5 billion SoFi Stadium, making the Rams the second straight host to win the championship after Tampa Bay became the first a year ago.
“As far as building this stadium,” said Rams owner Stan Kroenke, the man who brought them back from St. Louis in 2016, “I think everything went well.”
The winning streak, in which MVP Kupp’s 4-yard touchdown reception was nullified by penalty kicks, ended shortly after with the NFL Offensive Player of the Year easily beating Eli Apple in the right corner of the end zone for the winning score.
Kupp had four receptions for 39 yards and a 7-yard rush on fourth-and-1 for the Rams 30 in the championship run.
“I don’t feel worthy of this,” Kupp said. “The guys standing here challenged me, they pushed me. I’m so grateful.
Even with this brilliant and decisive march towards the Lombardi Trophy, it was the “fearsome quintuple” from Los Angeles who made the difference. Led by Aaron Donald and Von Miller, they sacked Joe Burrow, a Super Bowl record seven times, ending Cincinnati’s offense after a 22-second surge to start the second half, giving the Bengals the lead .