Inglewood To Host Super Bowl LV In 2021

INGLEWOOD (CBSLA.com) — Inglewood will host Super Bowl LV in 2021, the National Football League announced Tuesday.

The game will kick off in the $2.6 billion NFL stadium and entertainment complex scheduled to open in 2019.

Rams owner Stan Kroenke said the league’s commitment to an L.A. Super Bowl helps validate his investment in Inglewood.

“It shows that the communities and the owners who are willing to make these investments and stick their necks out, if you will, that it is worthwhile and they believe in them long term,” Kroenke said.

The Los Angeles area has not played host to a Super Bowl since 1993.

“The City of Inglewood is thrilled to be the host for the most watched, single sporting event in the world, Super Bowl LV,” said Inglewood Mayor James Butts. “Working with the City of Los Angeles, we intend to help make it the greatest fan experience in the history of the NFL. After a 20 year hiatus, professional football is back.”

L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti praised the owners’ decision to bring the Super Bowl To Inglewood.

“Los Angeles is built to host the Super Bowl,” Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said. “We helped forge this great American tradition as its very first host in 1967, and now, at long last, we’re bringing it back where it belongs.”

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