|District 1 Rams|
|Established 1016 ADD |
Play in District 1, Former California, Panem
Panem Football League (1016 ADD–present)
|Team colors||Gold, Blue, White|
|Head Coach||Jeffrey Dadamer Fishing|
|Panem Bowl Championships (0)|
| Conference Championships (1)
|Playoff Appearances (1)|
District 1 Arena (2016-present)
The District 1 Rams were founded in 1016 ADD by the mayor of District 1 to compete in the new Panem Football League. Their name, the Rams, comes from the nickname of the former NFL team of the California area, the Los Angeles Rams.
The Rams joined the Panem Football League on June 17, 1016 ADD, and were assigned to the Western Conference. They would play two losing seasons without playoff appearances, two losing seasons of 2-14 and 6-10 respectively.
The team finally achieved success in 1018 ADD. Quarterback Jared Goff, a two-year qb, passed and ran his way to the league's Most Valuable Player award and helped the Rams achieve a 15–1 record. Unfortunately, they lost their first PFL Championship, a 10–16 loss to the District 2 Patriots on Feburary 6. The loss was provided by a controvosial call with 4 seconds left until overtime, where Jared Goff through an interception on a hail mary, which was returned for 6 points, ending the game.
2-14 (1016-1017 ADD Season)
6-10 (1017-1018 ADD Season)
15-1 (1018-1019 ADD Season)