SoFi Stadium to Host Super Bowl Again in 2027

Connor Forbes
Connor Forbes
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SoFi Stadium to Host Super Bowl Again in 2027

INGLEWOOD – SoFi Stadium will play host to Super Bowl LXI in February 2027, the NFL announced today.

Team owners unanimously approved the venue selection during league meetings in Dallas.

According to ESPN, Super Bowl LXI will be broadcast on ESPN and ABC — the first ever Super Bowl broadcast for ESPN and the first for ABC since Super Bowl XL in February 2006.

SoFi Stadium played host to its first Super Bowl in February 2022, which saw the Rams defeat the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20 in Super Bowl LVI.

Hosting Super Bowl LXI in 2027 will put Los Angeles in the worldwide sporting spotlight for three straight years — with the region scheduled to play host to a portion of the 2026 World Cup, and then host the 2028 Summer Olympics.

This season’s Super Bowl LVIII will be played in February at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas. Super Bowl LIX will be played in February 2025 at the Caesars Superdome in New Orleans, and Super Bowl LX will be played in February 2026 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, home to the San Francisco 49ers.

The 2027 game will be the ninth Super Bowl played in the Los Angeles area. Two Super Bowls have been played at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum — including the first-ever Super Bowl in 1967. The Rose Bowl has played host to five Super Bowls, and 2027 will be the second at SoFi Stadium.

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