Municipal Stadium served as home of the Cleveland Rams from 1937-1945, the Cleveland Browns from 1946-1995, and the Cleveland Indians from 1931-1993. The Indians only used the stadium, which had a capacity of 78,512, until 1947 when Bill Veeck permanently moved them in, leaving behind League Park. The stadium was actually built with the hope of landing the 1932 Olympic Games, which, were awarded to Los Angeles.