Los Angeles, CA – Los Angeles has just won the Super Bowl! The Los Angeles region will host Super Bowl 55 on February 7th, 2021. The actual game will be played at the Los Angeles Rams new stadium in Inglewood, Ca. The selection of Los Angeles follows a highly competitive process of which Los Angeles’ bid was led by Casey Wasserman, chairman and chief executive officer of Wasserman, in collaboration with the Los Angeles Sports & Entertainment Commission (LASEC) and Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board (LATCB), comprising the Los Angeles Super Bowl Bid Committee. So be on the lookout for the 2020 NFL season where all eyes will be on the West Coast.
Right now at the NFL owners meeting in Charlotte NC, this and few other majors things are being voted on from enhancing Instant Replay and more. All 32 teams were pitched a live presentation on how diverse, creative, & the entertainment capital of the world. The largest sporting events have been held in Los Angeles from Olympics, World Cup, All Star Weekends and seven other Super Bowls.
The Super Bowl bid includes 60,000 hotel room nights (with the possibility of generating up to 100,000 total room nights). That’s not even taken account the other activities the region will host officially & unofficially. Who knows will the Snoop Youth Football League get a chance to be showcased that weekend as tomorrow stars?
“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.”
The Los Angeles Super Bowl Bid Committee included: Casey Wasserman, CEO, Wasserman (Bid Chair), Bob Graziano, Managing Director, J.P. Morgan (Bid Vice Chair), Ernest Wooden, President/CEO, Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board (Bid Committee Member), Kathryn Schloessman, President, Los Angeles Sports & Entertainment Commission (Bid Committee Member), Renata Simril, President/CEO, LA84 Foundation (Bid Committee Member), Kevin Demoff, COO, Los Angeles Rams (Team Representative), Michelle Kerrick, Managing Partner, Deloitte, and former Treasurer, 2008 Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee (Finance Chair), Mayor Eric Garcetti, City of Los Angeles (Advisory Board) & Mayor James Butts, City of Inglewood (Advisory Board)