The hosting cities for three upcoming Super Bowls were confirmed today by voting NFL owners, according to CBS.
Atlanta will see the competing teams in 2019 for Super Bowl LLIII, Miami will host in 2020 for game LIV, and Los Angeles—now that Rams owner Stan Kroenke has committed to building a $2.6 billion football stadium and entertainment complex in Inglewood—will serve as the location for Super Bowl LV in 2021.
The stadium is expected to be completed just two years prior.
Though Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti had his hand in advocating for this development, he hasn't stopped there; he's also been active in the effort to bring the Olympics to his city in 2024.
And this isn't the first time the City of Angels has invited teams to play on its grounds; it's previously hosted seven times.
Houston and Minneapolis will host the next two years, respectively.