Los Angeles Rams And Inglewood Stadium Chosen To Host Super Bowl LV

Now that the Los Angeles Rams have completed the transition and are entering their first season, the entertainment side of the National Football League is starting to reap the benefits.

While the Rams have already been slated to play a home game in China during the 2018 season, the Rams remain an attraction for all of the NFL.

During the annual Owner’s Spring Meeting, the Super Bowl destinations are sequentially chosen. With 2019, 2020, and 2021 still undetermined, three franchises would be chosen as the destinations for the NFL’s biggest attraction.

The Atlanta Falcons and the brand new Mercedes-Benz Stadium will host Super Bowl LIII during the 2019 season, while the Miami Dolphins and their new stadium will host the 2020 Super Bowl.

The bigger announcement came when the NFL announced the Rams and the city of Inglewood as the winning nomination to host Super Bowl LV, courtesy of Sam Farmer of the L.A. Times:

The Los Angeles Super Bowl Bid Committee submitted their proposal to the 32 owners in Charlotte, focusing on the economic situation and diversity in the city of angels.

This will mark the third time the Rams have hosted the esteemed contest, although the metro area of the Los Angeles has hosted the Super Bowl on five different occasions.

The Rams are currently in the process of completing their $2.6 billion stadium, which is slated to be completed by the 2019 season.