Los Angeles Rams owner Stan Kroenke started to earn his vast fortune by building shopping centers and apartments near Walmart stores.
That’s a luxury he could afford after marrying Walmart heiress Ann Walton in 1974 and establishing THF Realty.
Since then, he also purchased a winery in Napa Valley and working ranches.
Nowadays, he is known as the owner of Kroenke Sports and Entertainment which is the holding company for several major sporting teams.
Aside from owning sports teams in the United States, he also has the English Premier League’s Arsenal FC in his portfolio.
But Kroenke should be the talk of the town among other team owners given the immense success he has had this year.
In the last 135 days, owner Stan Kroenke has won three rings:
NFL — Los Angeles Rams
NLL — Colorado Mammoth
NHL — Colorado Avalanche pic.twitter.com/WTWbSSFFz9
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) June 27, 2022
Action Network’s Darren Rovell pointed out that three of Kroenke’s teams took home championships in a little over four months.
The Rams won Super Bowl LVI over the Cincinnati Bengals at their home field, So-Fi Stadium.
It was the franchise’s second Super Bowl win and first as a Los Angeles-based team.
Meanwhile, the Colorado Mammoth also won this year’s National Lacrosse League Cup by defeating the Buffalo Bandits, two games to one.
Kroenke Adds NHL Success To His Resume
Recently, Kroenke enjoyed success on ice after the Colorado Avalanche defeated the Tampa Bay Lightning to take home the Stanley Cup.
The Lightning had experience on their side after winning the 2020 and 2021 championships.
However, the Avalanche wouldn’t be denied as Artturi Lehkonen scored the winning goal in the second period.
Colorado clinched their third Stanley Cup victory, four games to two.
The Avalanche’s recent success is Kroenke’s second Stanley Cup trophy since taking over the team.
Aside from the Arsenal, the Rams, the Mammoth, and the Avalanche, Kroenke also owns the Denver Nuggets, Colorado Rapids, Los Angeles Gladiators, and Los Angeles Guerillas.