Levi’s Stadium Approved to Host Super Bowl 60 in 2026

  • Levi’s Stadium will host its second-ever Super Bowl in 2026 with Super Bowl LX.
  • Super Bowl 60 marks the third Super Bowl hosted in the Bay Area.

SAN FRANCISCO – NFL owners approved Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara as the host location for Super Bowl 60, which will kickoff The San Francisco Bay area will host a Super Bowl for the third time in its history.

The team president of the San Francisco 49ers was thrilled that the super Bowl was returning to the Bay Area. “We are honored to host the Super Bowl at Levi’s Stadium once again, and to be stewards of one of the biggest sporting events in the world,” 49ers president Al Guido said in a statement.

The Bay Area’s first time hosting a Super Bowl was back in 1985, where the hometown San Francisco 49ers led by Joe Montana defeated Dan Marino’s Miami Dolphins by a score of 38-16 in Super Bowl 19.

Levi’s Stadium hosted Super Bowl 50 in 2016, just a couple years after opening in 2014. The game saw the Denver Broncos defeat the Carolina Panthers 24-10.

San Francisco 49ers bettors can have optimism their team will play in Super Bowl 60 if their odds for the 2023 season continue for 2026. The San Francisco 49ers have +350 odds at Super Bowl betting sites to win the NFC Championship and advance to Super Bowl 58.

The 49ers have longer odds to win Super Bowl 58 at +900, but those odds are tied for third best in the NFL with the Buffalo Bills. So long as the 49ers continue their success in the NFC West and throughout the NFC, the 49ers will likely be top-five in Super Bowl 60 odds when the time comes.

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