LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - MAY 24: In this handout image provided by UEFA, the arch of Wembley Stadium rises over the memorial statue to Bobby Moore as preparations continue for the Champions League Final, May 24, 2011 in London, England. The UEFA Champions League final between FC Barcelona and Manchester United FC will be held at Wembley stadium on May 28. (Photo by UEFA via Getty Images)
News broke this morning that the St. Louis Rams would play one home game in each of the next three seasons in London. The reaction has been mixed among fans, particularly fans in St. Louis where the little matter of the team's lease remains unanswered.
Some are displeased that the Rams will lose one of their home games in each of the next three seasons. Season ticket holders seem to be the most upset with that news. However, the team will refund season ticket holders for the London game.
For others, the news the chance for increased visibility. For the Rams, it's the chance to make a little more money, and increase their exposure.
Of course, the biggest issue on the minds of fans is how this factors into the ongoing discussion over the Rams' lease on the Ed Jones Dome and the potential for the team to flee the market. We'll have more on that issue later today. For now, let's get the pulse of Rams Nation.
Do you like that the Rams will play one of their home games in London in each of the next three seasons?
Yes (316 votes)
No (542 votes)
Indifferent (195 votes)
1053 total votes