Chief Operating Officer
Kevin Demoff is in his 13th year as Chief Operating Officer with the Rams. In this capacity, Demoff serves as the team's top front office executive and liaison to owner and chairman, Stan Kroenke, on all organizational matters. After serving on the working group that helped Kroenke return the Rams – Los Angeles' original professional sports team – home to L.A., Demoff is now playing a significant role in delivering on Kroenke's vision to design and construct Hollywood Park, the 298- acre sports and entertainment district in Inglewood that features SoFi Stadium, the home of the Rams. Beyond the stadium, the campus includes the 6,000-seat YouTube Theater, an office complex that is the home of the NFL's West Coast headquarters, a retail district that is under development, and is currently the largest entitled real-estate project in Southern California. Since the Rams returned home to Los Angeles in 2016 – the team's 50th season in Los Angeles after calling the region home from 1946-1994 – the Rams are committed to being a key contributor to the betterment of the Los Angeles community. Immediately on the heels of the National Football League's historic return to Los Angeles, Demoff and the Rams helped lead a regional effort to bring the Super Bowl to the new SoFi Stadium and Hollywood Park. In addition to being the mostwatched sporting event in the world, Super Bowl LVI, which will be played in 2022, will attract tens of thousands of people to the Los Angeles region and generate hundreds of millions of dollars for local hotels, restaurants, shops and other businesses. Super Bowl LVI is projected to be Los Angeles' largest tourism event since the 1984 Olympics.