Super Bowl LVI logo released via video featuring Snoop Dogg

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Barry Werner
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The Los Angeles Super Bowl committee wasted no time in starting the clock toward the kickoff of Super Bowl LVI at SoFi Stadium in February 2022.

The committee on Tuesday released the logo for Super Bowl 56, which will be played at the home of the Los Angeles Rams and Chargers.

“Today more than ever the Super Bowl stands for hope and perseverance,” said Casey Wasserman, Chairman, Los Angeles Super Bowl Host Committee. “We are proud and excited that Los Angeles will once against host the nation’s biggest sporting event, however it’s the promise of recovery and opportunity that Super Bowl LVI brings to our City’s people and industries that reigns supreme.”

In addition to the logo release, a video debuted featuring rap icon Snoop Dogg.

“Since Los Angeles hosted the first Super Bowl back in 1967, the Super Bowl has become a spectacle larger than the league could have ever imagined,” NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said.

“… I don’t know what the environment is going to be like by next year; we’ll be prepared for that. We hope it will be filled with fans, and not just in the stadium, but around the stadium and enjoying the facility, and we will be back to more of a normal cadence. But safety’s driven everything we’ve done this year and safety will drive that decision as we approach it, making sure that we keep, obviously, the participants, as well as our fans and others, safe through that process.”