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Super Bowl LVI is ready to roll in the Golden State! The Big Game will take place inside SoFi Stadium, which opened in September 2020. Home of the Chargers and Rams, SoFi Stadium is located in Inglewood, about a 20-minute drive from Los Angeles. Inglewood was the former home of the Los Angeles Lakers, who won six championships playing inside the Great Western Forum before moving to Staples Center in the fall of 1999.
SoFI Stadium’s normal capacity is 70,000, although that number can reach 100,000. According to the Chargers’ website, SoFi Stadium is 3.1 million square feet. It is located on 298 acres and its campus is 3.5 times larger than Disneyland. The stadium’s double-sided video card weighs 2.4 million pounds.
This year will mark the 13th Super Bowl played in California. Santa Clara, San Diego, Pasadena, Palo Alto and Los Angeles are the Californian cities that have already hosted a Super Bowl. California’s 12 Super Bowls are second only to Florida, which just hosted its 17th Super Bowl on Sunday between the Chiefs and Buccaneers. Miami’s 11th Super Bowl remains the all-time record, followed by New Orleans (10), Los Angeles (five) and Pasadena (five).
How to watch Super Bowl LVI
Dated: Sunday February 13, 2022 | Time: 6:30 p.m. ET
Site: SoFi Stadium Inglewood, California)
TV: BNC | Flux: FuBo TV
To follow: CBS Sports App
The Rams joined the 2020 Buccaneers as the only teams to play a Super Bowl at their home stadium. Los Angeles also became the first team to host a conference championship and a Super Bowl in the same postseason. On the AFC side, Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals will be aiming for the first Super Bowl title in franchise history.