The 2020-21 season may have come to an end, but the countdown to Super Bowl LVI is underway. Yes, the momentous event is 361 days away, yet the Los Angeles Sports & Entertainment Commission wasted to time in unveiling next years Super Bowl logo through an announcement video which was narrated by Snoop Dogg himself.
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2022 will mark 29 years since the last Super Bowl was held in Los Angeles, and 55 years since the first ever Super bowl was hosted right here in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
While the Buccaneers became the first team to play in their home stadium during the biggest sports event in the country, Los Angeles will have two teams who will get the chance to represent the city and become the second team to play in their home stadium during the Super Bowl. Both the Rams and Chargers boast a lot of talent on their rosters as well as coaches to squeeze every bit of potential out them. Hopefully one LA team will be able to play in Sofi Stadium next February.