The rich legacy of Los Angeles sports is filled with world championships, national titles, Hall of Famers and historic arenas. L.A. is truly the city of champions: the Lakers have won 16 NBA championships, the Dodgers have won five World Series titles, the Galaxy has won three MLS Cups, and in 2012 the Kings went on a historic run and were crowned Stanley Cup champions.
L.A. is the home of NCAA titles as well, including the USC Trojans football team’s 11 National Championships and the record 108 NCAA Team Championships won by the UCLA Bruins. L.A. sports events take place in landmark arenas like the LA Coliseum, Staples Center, Dodger Stadium, Pauley Pavilion, and the Rose Bowl.
Home to the World Champion Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Kings, Los Angeles Clippers and Los Angeles Sparks. Adjacent to the L.A. Live development, it is located next to the Los Angeles Convention Center complex along Figueroa Street. The arena opened on October 17, 1999, and is one of the major sporting facilities in the Greater Los Angeles Area.
Arrive Early. All guests entering the arena during an event are subject to a metal detector screening, visual inspection, and bag inspection conducted by STAPLES Center Security personnel. Please note backpacks of any size and all bags larger than 14” x 14” x 6” are not permitted in the venue. Review the list of prohibited items to eliminate delays.
Yes! Non-professional, non-flash, still photography is permitted at most events (disposable, digital, or 35mm cameras with no interchangeable or telephoto lens). Video and audio recording is prohibited. Please note that some shows will have a different camera policy
Yes! Bags that are smaller than 14”x14”x6” will be permitted inside STAPLES Center. Backpacks of any size and all bags larger than 14”x14”x6” are not permitted. Please note that some events may enforce a modified bag policy.
No. STAPLES Center has a No Re-Entry policy for all events.
Children 3 years of age and older require a ticket to enter the arena and must occupy their ticketed seat only. Please note that some shows (especially those intended for children) will have a different age polic
STAPLES Center is blocks from the Blue and Red Lines. Please see our Public Transportation page for details on public transportation options
No. Outside food or beverages are not be permitted inside the arena. STAPLES Center is proud to offer Kosher and Gluten-free food options. Please see our Concessions page for more information. Unopened plastic water bottles, one litre or smaller are permitted.
serving breakfast. All restaurants offer indoor and outdoor dining to take advantage of Los Angeles' climate. Choose a restaurant from the LA map.
* Please be advised, during peak hours the wait for seating can be 90+ minutes, it is recommended to arrive early or make reservations if possible (currently, Fleming's Prime Steakhouse offers reserved seating). Many restaurants also offer late night dining after events, please click on individual restaurants for hours of operation
Flash Seats is an ID-based digital ticketing system that allows you to enter an event with any form of convenient digital ID, such as a credit card or a Mobile ID through the Flash Seats mobile app. This concept, similar to the e-ticket in the airline industry, allows you to manage your tickets via the Internet.
See our Help Centre for details on Flash Seats
The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is one of the most venerable sports monuments in America today with countless historic events & milestones taking place inside its walls during nine decades of celebrated history. The Coliseum has served as home field for the USC Football team since 1923 and is the only stadium that has played host to two Olympiads (X and XXIII), two Super Bowls (I and VII) and a World Series (1959). It was declared a National Historic Landmark on July 27, 1984.
Address: 3911 South Figueroa Street
Location: Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Get here early. Be prepared for metal detector screening and have items clearly displayed in a clear bag. Arrive at the gates no later than 30 minutes before kickoff. Tailgating is one of football's great traditions, but there are some rules to keep in mind.
Tailgating is allowed in designated Exposition Park lots (Lot 2, Lot 4, Lot 5, Lot 6, South Lawn and State Dr.). Tailgating is NOT permitted in Lot 3, the Visitor Parking Structure, South Park Drive, Martin Luther King Boulevard, or Expo Center Drive.
Guests are allowed to bring still cameras provided they do not have detachable lenses and do not interfere with other guests’ view of the event. Camera lenses are limited to 3-inches. Video cameras and tripods are not permitted. All commercial use of photographs depicting game action are allowed only through a licensing agreement. Policies may vary per event without notice.
The Coliseum prohibits bags, backpacks and other containers from entering the venue, with the following exceptions:
· One bag that is clear plastic, vinyl or PVC and does not exceed 12” by 6” by 12”, or;
· A one-gallon clear plastic storage bag (Ziploc bag or similar).
· In addition to one of the clear bags noted above, guests may also carry in a small clutch bag or purse approximately the size of a hand, with or without a handle or strap.
· An exception will be made for medically necessary items after proper inspection.
Prohibited bags include, but are not limited to: purses larger than a clutch bag, coolers, briefcases, backpacks, fanny packs, cinch bags, luggage of any kind, oversized seat cushions with pockets or metal structures, computer bags and camera bags or any bag larger than the permissible size.
For the safety and security of our guests, re-entry is not allowed at any event.
Children who are two years of age and under are admitted free as long as they are held in a lap and do not interfere with other guests’ view of the event. Strollers are prohibited.
For fans heading to the Coliseum and Rose Bowl on game day, Go Metro. Metro’s bus and rail lines will help get you past the traffic and parking hassles and straight to the action. Click here for Metro details
For fans heading to the Coliseum and Rose Bowl on game day, Go Metro. Metro’s bus and rail lines will help get you past the traffic and parking hassles and straight to the action. Click here for Metro details.
Bottles and cans of any kind are prohibited inside the Coliseum. Factory sealed bottles of water, 17 oz. or less, are allowed and limited to 2 bottles per person. Ice chests, coolers and other beverage containers are not permitted inside the Coliseum.
For more details please review Guest Services A - Z section and, if you have questions, contact USST
Banc of California Stadium is a soccer-specific stadium in the Exposition Park neighbourhood of Los Angeles, California. It is the home of Major League Soccer’s Los Angeles FC. Completed in 2018, it was the first open-air stadium built in the City of Los Angeles since 1962. Constructed on the site of the former Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena, it is located next to the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum and just south of the main campus of the University of Southern California.
All gates will open 90 minutes prior to kick off. On certain home game dates head to the match early to party with LAFC! Tailgate with LAFC on select match days and enjoy discounted drinks from Heineken, Hornitos & Coppola Wines – plus sponsor games, prizes & live DJ music on the lawn. See here
Cameras (Still only) are permitted inside Banc of California Stadium as long as their lens does not exceed 3.5 inches in length and does not interfere with the game or other fans’ enjoyment of the game. Video recording of events at Banc of California Stadium is prohibited. Tripods or any other similar equipment that could be a tripping hazard are not permitted.
Banc of California Stadium has a Clear Bag Policy in order to provide a safer environment for fans and will consequently also expedite entry into the Stadium. The policy affects the type and size of the bags permitted into the Stadium, not the items (keys, makeup, combs, phones, wallets, etc). Guests will also be allowed to openly carry a blanket or jacket into the Stadium, although they will be subject to being searched. It is required that fans bring bags that meet the following style and size limits that are permissible at Banc of California Stadium:
· One bag that is clear plastic, vinyl, or PVC and does not exceed 12” x 6” x 12”, or:
· A one-gallon clear plastic storage bag (Ziploc bag or similar)
· In addition to one of the clear bags noted above, guests may also carry in a small clutch bag or purse approximately the size of a hand, with or without a handle or strap
Exceptions will be made for medically necessary items after proper inspection and Stadium Management approval
Fans may not exit and re-enter the Stadium using the same ticket.
Children who are two years of age and under will be admitted free but will be required to sit on a ticket holders lap.
Children who have had their third birthday, or who require their own seat, will require a ticket.
The Banc of California Stadium is easily accessible using the Metro Expo Line at the Expo Park/USC Station.
From the Expo Park/USC station, walk along Kinsey Drive or Victory Walk to South Coliseum Drive towards Banc of California Stadium. See Transports link
Coolers, outside food, beverages (with the exception of a single factory sealed plastic water bottle no more than 20oz), cans, flasks, bottles, etc. (F&B needed for infants or medical reason will be permitted with approval) ar not permitted to be brought into the stadium.
For more details please review Guest Services A - Z section and, if you have questions, contact USST
Dodger Stadium, home of the Los Angeles Dodgers and one of the most popular sports franchises in professional sports. Dodger Stadium opened in 1962 and is the third oldest park in Major League Baseball. Dodger Stadium is currently the oldest ballpark in MLB west of the Mississippi River, and third-oldest overall, after Fenway Park in Boston (1912) and Wrigley Field in Chicago (1914) and is the largest MLB stadium by seat capacity. Often referred to as a “pitcher’s ballpark”, the stadium has seen twelve no-hitters, two of which were perfect games.
The stadium is home to the Los Angeles Dodgers of the Major League Baseball (MLB)
Dodger Stadium allows all fans to enter the stadium 2 hours prior to game time to watch early batting practice from Field Level. Accordingly, the Left Field Pavilion will be opened for this purpose. Ninety (90) minutes prior to first pitch, guests are asked to visit their respective seating locations.
Still and video cameras are permitted in Dodger Stadium for personal use only. Taking photos or videotaping any game action is prohibited. Fans may not block aisles or obstruct the view of others. Professional photographic tools (such as tripods, telephoto lenses, etc.) are not permitted in the stadium. Lenses cannot exceed 6" in length.
Backpacks, bags and purses larger than 16x16x8 are not allowed in the ballpark. Parents are advised to bring their baby supplies in a diaper bag smaller than these dimensions.
Re-entry is not permitted at Dodger Stadium.
Children 3 and under can enter the stadium free, provided they sit on a parent's or guardian's lap. Should the parent or guardian want a child age 3 and under to have their own seat, a ticket must be purchased.
The Dodger Stadium Express is free for all ticketholders. Fans are encouraged to use public transit to connect to the Dodger Stadium Express at Union Station or the South Bay. Learn More
Food is permitted from outside the stadium provided it is not in bottles, cans, coolers or thermoses. Unbroken, factory-sealed plastic bottles of non-alcoholic beverages of 1 liter or less are permitted. (No outside food or beverage can be brought into stadium suites).
Hard-sided coolers are not permitted into Dodger Stadium. Guests may bring in soft-sided coolers that do not exceed 16 x 16 x 8 inches square and must be stored under the seat. All containers and coolers are subject to inspection by stadium personnel prior to entering the gates. Accepted coolers cannot contain any ice.
There is also ample options of food vendor's inside the stadium that cater for dietary needs.