NFL: San Francisco 49ers will host Super Bowl LX in 2026

The NFL has made it official: in Santa Clara, home of the San Francisco 49ers. 

‘The Bay Area was an incredible host for Super Bowl 50, and we are thrilled to bring the Super Bowl back,’ said NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.’We look forward to working with the 49ers and the Bay Area Host Committee to create an impactful Super Bowl LX in 2026 that showcases all the great things the region has to offer.’

Levi’s Stadium, which replaced Candlestick Park as the ‘ home stadium in 2014, hosted Super Bowl 50 on February 7, 2016, when the defeated the 24-10.

The 49ers have been seeking funds from the league for upgrades to the stadium to host the Super Bowl. 

Levi’s Stadium also is one of 11 NFL venues hosting 2026 World Cup soccer games in the summer of 2026, when the United States, Canada and Customer relationship management (CRM) Mexico will serve as co-host countries.

The NFL has announced that Levi’s stadium will be the home of the 2026 Super Bowl

Levi’s Stadium also is one of 11 NFL venues hosting 2026 World Cup soccer games in 2026

The Los Angeles Rams said in April that they would like to host Super Bowl LXI in early 2027 at SoFi Stadium.Meanwhile, the Las Vegas Raiders will host next season’s game at Allegiant Stadium, and New Orleans will welcome back the Super Bowl in 2025 after not hosting since 2013.

In other news, the NFL draft will be coming to Green Bay in 2025.

The league announced the 2025 draft’s location on Monday during its spring meetings.The draft and related activities will take place inside and around Lambeau Field and Titletown, the collection of shops and restaurants surrounding the stadium.

Next year’s draft will take place from April 25-27 in Detroit.

After being held at various New York locations from 1965-2014, the draft has made stops in Chicago (2015-16), Philadelphia (2017), Dallas (2018), Nashville (2019), Las Vegas (2022) and Kansas City (2023). More than 2.2 million people have attended draft festivities since 2015.

This year’s draft brought more than 312,000 fans to Kansas City.

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