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SoFi Stadium to host Super Bowl again in 2027

The NFL’s investment in Los Angeles pays off again, as the Rams home stadium will host another Super Bowl

NFL: Denver Broncos at Los Angeles Rams Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

The NFL and Rams owner Stan Kroenke invested billions of dollars into moving to Los Angeles and building the most expensive state-of-the-art stadium in the world and that investment is set to pay off again: The league owners unanimously voted to approve that SoFi Stadium will how the 2027 Super Bowl in Los Angeles, only six years after the first one.

The Super Bowl will also come only one year after SoFi hosts the World Cup.

It took $6 billion to build SoFi Stadium, so to host this many major world events in a short period of time, the move is likely to generate billions in revenue for the city and surrounding areas. There has been a spotlight on the NFL’s move to Los Angeles since it happened in 2016, with SoFi officially opening for football in 2020, even though fans could not attend that season due to the pandemic.

Now the next Super Bowl is already on schedule.