Super Bowl L: San Francisco to Submit Bid to Host 50th Super Bowl in 2016

Super Bowl L: San Francisco to Submit Bid to Host 50th Super Bowl in 2016Mayor Edwin M. Lee today announced that San Francisco, in partnership with the San Francisco 49ers and a San Francisco Bay Area regional bid committee, will submit a formal bid to the National Football League (NFL) to host Super Bowl L in 2016. The NFL officially invited San Francisco and Miami, Florida, home to the Dolphins, to submit a bid today to compete in hosting the 50th Super Bowl. 

At the request of Mayor Lee, Daniel Lurie, Founder and CEO of the Tipping Point Community, will lead the regional bid committee and assemble the City's bid. The game, which would be held at the 49ers new stadium in Santa Clara, would bring hundreds of millions in revenue for the entire host region. Read more.

Posted on October 19, 2012 | The comments to this entry are closed.