The west coast of the United States will remain the epicentre of the NFL, where the venue for Super Bowl LX, Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California, has been confirmed.
Following their spring meeting, the American Football League announced that the San Francisco 49ers will host the game that will define the 2026 champion.
With this, the home of the Gambusinos, which opened in 2014, will experience its second Super Bowl, after it hosted the 50th edition in the Denver Broncos‘ victory over the Carolina Panthers.
“The Bay Area was an incredible host in 2016, so we’re thrilled to be back,” said NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.
Adding that “we look forward to working with the 49ers and the Bay Area Host Committee to create an impactful Super Bowl LX and one that demonstrates that the region has great things to offer.”
The Gambusinos were happy to once again host the Super Bowl: “We are honoured to host the game at Levi’s Stadium once again and to be the host of one of the most important events in the world,” said Al Guido.
Upcoming Super Bowl venues
The San Francisco Bay Area will experience its third Super Bowl in history, remembering that Stanford Stadium hosted the XIX edition in 1985 when the San Francisco 49ers defeated the Miami Dolphins, in what was their second Vince Lombardi Trophy in their trophy cabinets.
On the other hand, the NFC West Division stadiums have become the favourite to host the Super Bowl with the games played in Los Angeles (SoFi Stadium, LVI) and Arizona (State Farm Stadium, LVII), and now it will be the San Francisco 49ers (Levi’s Stadium).
With this announcement, the next three stadiums to host a Super Bowl have now been confirmed:
- LVII – Allegiant Stadium (Las Vegas Raiders)
- LIX – Caesars Superdome (New Orleans Saints)
- LX – Levi’s Stadium (San Francisco 49ers)