The Memorial Coliseum is conveniently located at 3911 S. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90037, just off I-110 and I-10 in Exposition Park. We are one block south of the University of Southern California, and near a number of attractions and dining options.
The stadium is also accessibly located near several public transportation routes including Metro light rail and bus lines, and even connects to Amtrak for visitors traveling from neighboring counties.
Coliseum Insider Tip: To avoid lengthy delays due to traffic and parking, we highly encourage all of our guests to take one of the many forms of public transportation to an event. The Metro, for example, has two stops within a short five minute walk to our front door!
For those guests who rideshare, please check with your favored provider for special event day rates and pickup/dropoff locations.
The LA Memorial Coliseum uses what3words to help find precise locations at the venue, such as entrances, exits, the ticket office, and more. Every 10 foot square has been given a unique combination of three words: a what3words address. We have added some popular locations here for the venue, find each location by clicking on the link or entering the corresponding 3 word address into the free what3words app:
Blue Structure Parking: ///quite.pipe.rides
Gate 29: ///solar.pines.chefs
Coliseum Box Office Gate 29: ///scores.visits.outer
Ticket Sales/Will Call Gate 1: ///before.pace.tricks
Ticket Sales Gate 19: ///spend.agents.bend
West Administration Building: ///items.handed.star
Founders Entry Gate 7: ///tunnel.yoga.incomes
Gate 16: ///racing.kept.pepper
The Coliseum is easily accessible using the Metro E (Expo) Line at the Expo Park/USC or Expo/Vermont Stations.
The Metro E Line can be easily accessed with connections at 7th Street/Metro Center in downtown Los Angeles to the Metro B (Red) & D (Purple) Lines, and at Pico Station to the Metro A (Blue) Line. Fans using the Metro L Line (Gold) can make an easy transfer at Union Station to the Metro B (Red) & D (Purple) Lines for a connection to the E Line. Enhanced service will also be provided on the Metro B (Red) & D (Purple) and L (Gold) Lines during game days.
The public is reminded to purchase a $3.50 round-trip fare at the beginning of trips to avoid lines when the games are over. Each person, including children over the age of 5, must have a valid TAP card and remember to tap before each boarding.
Last trains from Expo Park at 1:30am for transfers (2:10am for E Line only – no transfers). Enhanced service every 6 minutes begins two to three hours prior to kickoff and continues one to two hours after the game.
When leaving the Coliseum, exit the North side of the Coliseum at Gates 19 or 23.
For more Metro Gameday information, please visit: https://www.metro.net/riding/gameday/
Download a map and schedule information for the E Line at https://www.metro.net/riding/schedules/?line=806
Metro also has several convenient parking lots available (fees and availability may vary) at:
B (Red) Line
North Hollywood Red Line Station
Universal City/Studio City
C (Green) Line
Ample parking is available at nearly all stations between Norwalk and Redondo Beach.
E (Expo) Line
L (Gold) Line
APU/Citrus College, Azusa Downtown, Irwindale, Duarte/City of Hope, Monrovia, Arcadia and Sierra Madre Villa in East Pasadena
Fillmore in Pasadena, Heritage Square, Lincoln/Cypress, Indiana in Boyle Heights
Atlantic in East Los Angeles.
Those fans coming from the San Gabriel Valley or the South Bay area can use the Metro J Line (Silver), with parking available at:
- Harbor Gateway Transit Center
- El Monte Bus Station
Customers can exit at 37th Street/USC station along the I-110 ExpressLanes and walk a few blocks to the Coliseum via Flower Street. TAP vending machines are available at both Harbor Gateway Transit Center and El Monte Bus Station.
Metrolink is southern California’s regional passenger rail service with 62 stations across Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura counties. To get to the LA Coliseum via Metrolink, first take the route of your choice to L.A. Union Station. Next, transfer for free to the Metro E Line (Expo) and exit Expo Park/USC or take the Metro J Line (Silver) and exit 37th St/USC.
You can plan your trip, door-to-door, using the Moovit App or Transit App.
Take Amtrak’s Pacific Surfliner to L.A. Union Station (LAX) from the Central Coast, Ventura County, the San Fernando Valley, Orange County or San Diego County and transfer to the Metro Red/Purple Line and then at 7th/Metro transfer to the Expo Line. Be sure to check possible service interruptions during October when planning your trip.
Eleven miles of carpool lanes on the 110 Harbor Freeway have been converted to High-Occupancy Toll lanes, known as Metro ExpressLanes. All toll lane users must have a FasTrak installed in their vehicle regardless of vehicle occupancy.
To learn more and sign up for FasTrak, visit www.metroexpresslanes.net
The recent completion of the MyFigueroa project will bring safety improvements for bicyclists on Figueroa St, but there are already a lot of great routes for getting around the Downtown and USC area on a bike.
For more information, check out bike.lacity.org