The NFL continued to strengthen its bond with the city of Los Angeles, awarding the Super Bowl for 2021 to the city. Deadline.com reports that Super Bowl LV will be played in the not-yet-built stadium planned for Inglewood.
The game is set to be broadcast by NBC.
“This will be the first time the Super Bowl will be played in the City of Angels since 1992, when the Dallas Cowboys walloped the Buffalo Bills 52-17 on January 31, 1993 in Super Bowl XXVII at the Rose Bowl,” the report notes.
The league tweeted out where the next five Super Bowls will be held, with the next one, Super Bowl LI, to be played Feb. 5, 2017 at NRG Stadium in Houston and aired on Fox.
The rest of the host locations announced in the tweet are Minnesota (2018), Atlanta (2019) and South Florida (2020).