It is still lit during USC football games and for Los Angeles Rams games, and other special occasions (e.g., when the Olympics are being held in another city).
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The stadium is located in Exposition Park and across the street from USC.
The Coliseum is jointly owned by the state of California, Los Angeles County, City of Los Angeles and managed and operated by the Auxiliary Services Department of the University of Southern California.
The Coliseum will be the first stadium to have hosted the Summer Olympics three times, in 1932, 1984 and the future Summer Olympics in 2028, after the International Olympic Committee confirmed a deal it established on July 31, 2017, during the 131st IOC Session.
The stadium also was the temporary home of the Los Angeles Dodgers of Major League Baseball from 1958 to 1961 and was the host venue for games 3, 4, and 5 of the 1959 World Series.
From 1959 to 2016, the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena was located adjacent to the Coliseum; the Sports Arena was closed in March 2016 and demolished between August and October 2016.
Banc of California Stadium, a soccer-specific stadium and future home of Major League Soccer expansion club Los Angeles FC, is currently under construction on the former Sports Arena site and is scheduled to open in March 2018.
Between the double peristyle arches at the east end is the Coliseum's "Court of Honor"—plaques recognizing many of the memorable events and participants in Coliseum history, including a full list of 19 Olympic gold medalists.
(The complete roster of honorees can be seen below).
The official ground breaking ceremony took place on December 21, 1921 with construction being completed in just over 16 months, on May 1, 1923.
Designed by John and Donald Parkinson, the original bowl's initial construction costs were 4,873.
Los Angeles Christmas Festival (NCAA) (1924) UCLA Bruins (NCAA) (1933–1981) Los Angeles Dons (AAFC) (1946–1949) Los Angeles Dodgers (MLB) (1958–1961) Los Angeles Chargers (AFL) (1960) Los Angeles Wolves (USA) (1967) Los Angeles Toros (NPSL) (1967) Los Angeles Aztecs (NASL) (1977, 1981) Los Angeles Raiders (NFL) (1982–1994) Los Angeles Express (USFL) (1983–1985) Los Angeles Dragons (SFL) (2000) Los Angeles Xtreme (XFL) (2001) Los Angeles Temptation (LFL) (2009–2011) The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is an American outdoor sports stadium located in the Exposition Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, California, United States.