The National Football League announced Tuesday that Super Bowl LV, which will be played in 2021, will be relocated to Tampa after originally being planned to take place in Los Angeles. The move was made after it was announced that the new stadium for Los Angeles' Rams and Chargers will not be completed in time to host the game. The league requires a stadium to be open for two years before hosting a Super Bowl. Tampa most recently hosted a Super Bowl in 2009.
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