The Los Angeles Rams have announced they will be moving their training facility to Warner Center, in Woodland Hills. Located on nearly 100 acres of land, the new facility will replace a portion of the former Anthem Blue Cross building’s parking lot at Canoga Avenue and Erwin Street and will include modular trailers featuring offices, a weight room, lockers, a media room, and a media room. Two fields will be used for team practices and training.
The Rams will build a facility in this area over the next several months. It will consist of modular trailers with office space and conference rooms for coaches, players, scouts, and staff, a weight room and a training room. Additionally, a locker room, media room, and food room. Two football fields will be adjacent to the trailers, where the team will train and practise.
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This is the first phase in Kroenke’s long-term strategy for the property. It is part of the massive development planned for Woodland Hills under the Warner Centre 2035 plan. Once the practice facility is operational, the organisation will look into a larger development. It will include the team’s permanent headquarters and practice facility, as well as residential, commercial, and retail uses, as well as green spaces and other community-serving amenities.
“This is a historic day for the Los Angeles Rams because we can now call Woodland Hills and the City of Los Angeles home,” Los Angeles Rams Chief Operating Officer Kevin Demoff stated. “We are grateful to Councilman Blumenfield for his assistance. Moreover, for this wonderful community for welcoming us to their midst.” Stan Kroenke’s dedication to this area has been unrivalled since bringing the Rams back to Los Angeles. We are pleased to extend our footprint and deepen our influence across the city.”