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    I've been to two of the three regular season games at Wembley Stadium and each time I've been pleasantly surprised by the number of Rams jersey wearers, who must have thick skins to put up with the jeers and mocking.

    The first year I went up to talk to a few, I'd never met a fellow UK Rams fan before, but I soon realised there were too many to attempt greeting them all.

    Anyway, the London game this year offers the opportunity to insult thousands of ***** fans, and being a moderately confrontational sort I'm going to do exactly that.

    Are any other UK based Rams fans attending the game, and if so, how about a mini-bash in the midst of the enemy? The Green Man isn't the best of pubs, but it's near to the stadium and goes out of it's way to entertain NFL fans on International Series gamedays.

    If you're going and interested in meeting like minded Rams fans, put your name in here and we'll sort something out. Maybe a Karaoke rendition of Ram It if there are enough of us.

    1. FilthyMcNasty

  • #2
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    Wont be at the game this time (nor last), like to support the game, but it is always half term, my wifes only chance to get to the usa and see a game with me, so will be in tampa for the rams game the previous weekend, then staying in tampa. We'll be spent up by the time we get back, in money and for me, in time off work.

    Enjoy the game though mate.

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    • #3
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      i applied in the past but then the final stage of the process was at something like 10am on a friday...i work outdoors on fridays from 9am till 3pm so by the time i had got home the tickets had long sold out. i just figure they only want office workers to go to the games or something.:|


      • #4
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        I'll be there tomorrow wearing my Faulk home shirt. I'll be around the tailgate party so I hope to see some other Rams fans then.


        • #5
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          Yep i going too, starting at the green man and once in the stadium anyone for a chorus of "getting sacked in the morning" to our friend Mike


          • #6
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            Might see you Green Man then, I'll be wearing an Isaac Bruce white road shirt underneath a ridiculously camp LA Rams satin jacket. Come say hello.


            • #7
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              Sorry young man must have missed you,but to be fair i was'nt there long as it did'nt seem as good as other years


              • #8
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                A fellow Rams fan (sat some 30 rows away) and I caught each others eye when the Niners were losing and they'd just shown a Sam Bradford TD pass on the scoreboard and we threw up predictive 4 and 4 gestures. Heh.


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                • clarasDK
                  London here we come!
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                  Yehaa just got tickets for the Rams vs Giants game

                  The cool part is that I will be going with 13 collegues who are not Rams fans but are just interested in the NFL. Now I will begin working on converting them

                  Anybody else in here who plan to go to the game?
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                • AvengerRam_old
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                  Some have suggested that the league wishes to have a team in London one day.

                  The Rams have an owner who also owns a sports franchise in London.

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                  I am that opposed to having a full-time NFL franchise in London.

                  Frankly, I can't think of any good argument for having an NFL franchise in London (apart from the potential financial benefits to the league, which I don't care about). In terms of tradition, logistics (distance and time zone), the benefit of regional rivalries, and desireability for players, it is an absolutely horrible idea.

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                • TorontoRam
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                  I'm sure there have been posts about the advantages and disadvantages of the Rams playing a 'home game' in London, England. And, I'm sure I'd agree with most of them. However, Mrs. TorontoRam and some of our family and friends attended the game at Wembley and the surrounding festivities in Trafalgar Square and the 'Tailgate' at Wembley prior to the game. A few brief reflections:
                  • The NFL, Rams, and Patriots had the events, including the game very well organized and kudos to all including and especially Kevin Demoff and his staff
                  • The fans, many of whom were not necessarily Rams or Patriots fans but NFL fans (stands looked like a montage of NFL jerseys) were well behaved and obviously enjoyed the game (no hooliganism)
                  • The staff at Wembley have their act together big time. No parking and 85,000 people to access and egress the venue. London bobbies on horseback provided crowd control as fans left the stadium, allowing about 1,000 per train to enter the Tube as each train arrived and after each train departed

                  All in all it was a great event for the NFL and both teams although a disappointing outcome for the Rams.
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                • r8rh8rmike
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                  No home field advantage for Rams in London

                  MATTIAS KAREN, AP Sports Writer
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                  They're likely to get an even bigger dose of that Sunday when they go up against the New England Patriots at Wembley in the annual NFL game in London.

                  The Rams are technically the home team, but the Patriots and especially Tom Brady have a much bigger international following and may get more fan support.

                  The Rams already had a taste of that in a home loss to Green Bay on Sunday.

                  Coach Jeff Fisher said "we had a lot of Green Bay Packer fans in our stadium last weekend. ... Didn't bother us, didn't have an impact on the outcome of the game."

                  Quarterback Sam Bradford said the Wembley game is "a big stage, a big opportunity."
                  -10-24-2012, 01:15 PM
                • FilthyMcNasty
                  NFL London 2011
                  by FilthyMcNasty
                  Chicago Bears @ London Buccaneers, any Rams fans going to the UK game this year?

                  I've had a late rethink and decided to go, wonder if any UK Rams fancied a micro-bash.
                  -10-09-2011, 05:08 PM