Rams announce Super Bowl LVI plans for 2022

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The Los Angeles Rams Chief Operating Officer Kevin Demoff sent out a statement about the plans for the the Super Bowl to be played at what will be the new Hollywood Park stadium.

He said,“As work continues on the transformational sports and entertainment district being built at Hollywood Park, we are looking forward to moments such as a grand opening during the Summer of 2020 and the Super Bowl’s return to Los Angeles after nearly three decades. In the past week, we have worked with the NFL on the resolution that was presented today and are supportive of the NFL Owners’ decision to play Super Bowl LV in Tampa and to have Los Angeles host Super Bowl LVI in 2022. Over the next 90 days, we will continue to work with our partners across the Los Angeles region, including the Chargers, to deliver the elements promised in the bid that was approved last year.”

Los Angeles will once again be a Super Bowl City.

Top photo of Kevin Demoff by Claudia Gestro