On July 2, the Los Angeles Coliseum celebrated its 92nd birthday. A look back at the largest sporting events to ever take place in the historical venue, which has served as the home for USC football since 1923.
1932 Summer Olympics
Los Angeles was the second United States city (St. Louis in 1904) to host the Summer Olympics.
1959 World Series
The largest crowd to ever see a World Series game (92,706) came during Game 5 of the Dodgers' eventual World Series title over the White Sox. It's the only Series to be played in the Coliseum.
Super Bowl I (1967)
The Coliseum hosted the first-ever Super Bowl, which was won by Vince Lombardi and the Green Bay Packers, 35-10 over the Kansas City Chiefs.
Super Bowl VII (1973)
With the victory over the Washington Redskins, the Miami Dolphins became (and still are) the only team in NFL history to finish a season undefeated.
1984 Summer Olympics
The Coliseum was declared a National Historic Landmark on July 27, 1984 ... the day before the opening ceremony of the Olympics.
2008: Dodgers vs. Red Sox
The teams set the record for the largest crowd to witness an Major League Baseball game with 115,300 fans.
1963: Billy Graham
Yes, it's not a sporting event, but the biggest crowd in the Coliseum's history came when 134,254 people showed up to hear Graham speak.