Here’s everything you need to know about Super Bowl 60, including the location, venue, and more.
Super Bowl 60 (Super Bowl LX) won’t be played for three more seasons, but details of the expected venue have come to light.
The next two Super Bowls already have finalized locations: Super Bowl LVIII will be held in Las Vegas on February 11, 2024, broadcast by CBS. Super Bowl LIX will be held in New Orleans on February 9, 2025, broadcast by Fox. New Orleans hasn’t hosted the big game since 2013, when an unforeseen power outage caused a game delay.
UPDATE: As for Super Bowl 60 in 2026, the NFL officially finalized Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara as the venue for the biggest game on the league calendar at the owner’s spring meetings.
Where is Super Bowl 60?
Super Bowl 60 will be held in Santa Clara at Levi’s Stadium on February 8, 2026, broadcast by NBC.
In anticipation for the event, Levi’s Stadium plans to undergo some major upgrades — the team is reportedly investing at least $120 million to improve its suites, seats, and the stadium scoreboard.
This will mark the third Super Bowl the Bay Area has hosted. The first time was in 1985 when the San Francisco 49ers beat the Dolphins in Super Bowl XIX. The second time was in 2016 when the Broncos beat the Panthers in Super Bowl L.
Levi’s Stadium will also serve as a host site for the World Cup in the summer of 2026, chosen as one of 11 NFL venues to hold matches.