The Los Angeles Rams will hold their training camp at Loyola Marymount University this summer

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Los Angeles Rams will hold their upcoming training camp at Loyola Marymount University.

The Rams announced the location Tuesday. The franchise had held its camps at UC Irvine ever since it returned home to Southern California in 2016.

Loyola Marymount is a private university in the Westchester neighborhood of Los Angeles. The Rams will live in LMU’s residence halls while training in the school's athletic facilities starting in late July.

The Rams had held every training camp under coach Sean McVay in Orange County, which is much farther from the Rams' main training bases. The Rams are expected to move from Thousand Oaks to the location of their new training complex in Woodland Hills later this year.

The team's offseason program is still being held on the campus of California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks, its weekday home ever since the Rams returned to LA. The Rams eventually will build a permanent complex in Woodland Hills, but will again be in temporary facilities on the new site until its completion.

Five NFL teams are holding their training camps in Southern California this summer.

The Chargers will set up at their new training complex in El Segundo after seven years at a municipal sports facility in Orange County's Costa Mesa, while the Dallas Cowboys will train at their usual spot in Ventura County.

The New Orleans Saints are taking over the Rams' former home at UC Irvine this summer, while the Las Vegas Raiders will train in the Chargers' former training camp home in Costa Mesa.