Just a couple of days before the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ consecration at Raymond James Stadium, the NFL has made official the date, venue and logo of the next Super bowl. The league announced, in conjunction with the City of Los Angeles Sports and Entertainment Commission, that the LVI edition of the ‘Big Game’ will be played at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood (new home of LA Chargers and LA Rams).
The Super Bowl returns to Los Angeles
The Buccaneers still celebrate the championship title they won last Sunday by beating the Kansas City Chiefs, and the NFL already point to the next Super bowl. The next edition of the ‘Big Game’ already has a date, venue and promotional logo, and the Vince Lombardi trophy will cross from coast to coast to be held in Inglewood (Los Angeles County) on February 6, 2022.
The definition of the champion of the NFL It will be held at SoFi Stadium, the new home of LA Chargers and LA Rams. The modern stadium was scheduled to celebrate the Super bowl last weekend. However, delays in the last stages of its construction forced the NFL to postpone the election of the sports venue for a year.
Thus, the great night of the NFL He will return to the city of Los Angeles after 29 years. The last time the Vince Lombardi trophy was contested on Los Angeles soil was at the Super Bowl XXVII, which was played at Pasadena’s iconic Rose Bowl. This final went to the Dallas Cowboys, crushing the Buffalo Bills 57-27 on January 31, 1993.
What’s new in the logo
For the first time since the 50th edition of Super bowl, the logo will have distinctive features of the city that will host the event. The new ‘Big Game’ logo stands out for its warm colors, as well as the iconic Beverly Hills palm trees inside the letters. This, in part, was due to complaints regarding the latest logo, which featured Vince Lombardi in its letters, leading many to understand it as an ‘I’.
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