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Los Angeles gets Super Bowl in 2021

Photo Credit: Allen J. Schaben/Los Angeles Times

NFL Owners voted for Los Angeles to host Super Bowl LV in 2021, at the Spring Meetings in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Technically, the district of Inglewood will host the 2021 Super Bowl. The Los Angeles Rams’ new home opens in 2019.

Many speculated the Super Bowl would return to Los Angeles when the $2.4 billion stadium proposal was approved earlier this year.

Casey Wasserman the Los Angeles businessman led the successful bid. Wasserman also leads the city’s bid for the 2024 Olympics. 

Los Angeles last hosted a Super Bowl at the Rose Bowl in 1993. Five Super Bowls have been held at the Rose Bowl.

Two Super Bowls were also held at the Los Angeles Coliseum, where the Rams will play until their new stadium is finished. The Coliseum also hosted Super Bowl I in 1967.

Other teams who won Super Bowl bids include Atlanta and Miami. Atlanta will host Super Bowl LIII in 2019 while Miami will stage Super Bowl LIV in 2020.

New Orleans and Tampa were among bidders left without a Super Bowl.

Houston will host this year’s event, and Minnesota will host the 2018 Super Bowl. Tickets are available for the 2017 Super Bowl, though the majority of available inventory is purely speculative tickets held by brokers. Fans can reserve hotel rooms near NRG Stadium via Hipmunk.com for those forward-looking individuals, as well as review additional information on hotel rates 

 

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Pete D. Camarillo is currently a credentialed Lakers writer for SportsOutWest and co-host of the weekly Touchdowns and Tangents podcast. Pete enjoys creating content about music, life and West Coast Sports, specifically the NBA and NFL. He has published more than 1,000 articles across various publications including ClutchPoints, FullPressCoverage, TheSportsDaily, Fansided and Inquistr. Pete is also currently a full-time media relations professional for Business Wire and he is active in ONA, SPJ, NABJ and AAJA organizations in Los Angeles. The 2015 CSUN Journalism grad volunteers on his Journalism Alumni Association Board of Directors now. His background includes community relations with the L.A. Clippers during the 2014-15 season. studying sports management, football coaching and earning a fellowship for his entrepreneurship ventures. Follow him on Twitter @petecertified.
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