www.lasportscouncil.org
About Us L.A. Sports L.A. Facilities The Calendar News L.A. Sports Awards L.A. The Place Order Form Register Now Contact Us
Los Angeles Football Club
 

The Sports Council is a private, non-profit organization which supports economic and community development through the promotion of spectator sports programs in the Los Angeles and Orange County areas, including support of our local teams and the attraction of events to the area.


UCLA-USC Renew Rivalry

USC (5-5, 4-4) and UCLA (2-8, 2-5) meet Saturday afternoon at the Rose Bowl for the 88th version of the nation's most famous crosstown rivalry. It will be shown live nationally on Fox 11.

Although both teams are having sub-par seasons (the 13 combined losses between the squads are the most entering any Trojan-Bruin football game), there is still lots at stake: city bragging rights, the Victory Bell and Crosstown Cup points. And the Trojans need a victory to become bowl eligible.

It's the first of back-to-back games in which USC will battle its traditional rivals, with highly ranked Notre Dame coming to the Coliseum next week, while the Bruins will host Stanford

View Weekly Feature Archive
Schedule for Wednesday, December 31st
For more detailed description of the sport (e.g. C-MBB), click here


There are no events scheduled for today.
Schedule for Saturday, November 24th to Saturday, November 24th
For more detailed description of the sport (e.g. C-MBB), click here

SPORTS TIME(PT) RADIO TV TICKETS
Saturday, November 24th
C-MFB Notre Dame @ USC 5:00 PM 710 FS1 USC 
The Los Angeles Sports Council is a non-profit civic organization whose primary purpose is to promote economic development through sports in the Los Angeles/Orange County area.

On behalf of the community, the Sports Council bids against other cities for the right to host major sporting events, often staging or helping to stage events after successful bids.

Founded in 1988, the Sports Council's efforts represent more than $1 billion in overall economic impact for the region and range from NCAA Championships to the Super Bowl, and from the U.S Olympic Trials to the World Cup.

The Council also works in support of each of the area's established sports teams and facilities.




Top of Page


   
Employment Opportunities   |   Site Index   |   Privacy Policy   |   Site Credit