Los Angeles Raiders is Now Las Vegas Raiders.

 Los Angeles Raiders

The professional American football team now known as the Las Vegas Raiders played in Los Angeles as the Los Angeles Raiders from 1982 to 1994 before relocating back to Oakland, California,

Los Angeles Raiders

Established  1982 Ended  1994

Headquartered in  El Segundo, California

League/conference affiliations

National Football League (1982–1994)

American Football Conference (1982–1994)

AFC West (1982–1994)

American Football Conference (1970–present)


Current Uniform

 Team Personnel

Owner(s)     -     Al Davis

Head Coach     -  

Tom Flores (1982–1987) Mike Shanahan (1988–1989) Art Shell (1989–1994)

General manager   -   Al Davis

Team nicknames

– Raider Nation

– The Silver and Black


League championships 

Conference championships

Division championships

Super Bowl championships (1) 1983 (XVIII)

AFC: 1983

AFC West: 1982, 1983, 1985, 1990

Home Fields

Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum  (1982–1994

End of the Los Angeles Raiders

In May 1995 after the departure of the Rams' for St. Louis, the owners of the National Football League teams approved with a 27–1 vote with two abstentions, a resolution supporting a plan to build a $200 million, privately financed stadium on property owned by Hollywood Park in Inglewood for the Raiders. The stadium would have also been the home of the UCLA Bruins football team, opened in 1997, and been guaranteed at least two Super Bowls. Al Davis balked and refused the deal over a stipulation that he would have had to accept a second NFL team at the stadium as soon as 1998.

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