Super Bowl LVI will be held in Los Angeles, CA next year, and there are questions as to whether the event will have fans at 100% capacity given that Super Bowl LV was capped at 33% due to Covid-19 protocols.

We are very confident that the 2022 Super Bowl will not only have fans, but we believe the game will be back to 100% capacity!


Where is Super Bowl LVI Being Held?

This year’s Super Bowl will be held at the recently built SoFi Stadium, home of the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers. The greater Los Angeles area has hosted eight Super Bowls, with the most recent being in 1993 for Super Bowl XXVII, where the Dallas Cowboys defeated the Buffalo Bills.

When is Super Bowl LV Going to Take Place?

The game’s date is currently set to take place on Sunday, February 6th, 2022. Barring any major changes to the circumstances of the Covid-19 pandemic, we don’t anticipate any changes to this date.

What is the Seating Capacity at SoFi Stadium?

The regular capacity at SoFi Stadium is 70,000, although they are able to expand that number to just over 100,000 for major events like the Super Bowl

Will Social Distancing Be Enforced at the 2022 Super Bowl?

As previously stated, we don’t anticipate any social distancing at Super Bowl LVI.

For the 2020-2021 season each team had its own policies on seating capacity for 2020. Most teams allowed fans to purchase tickets in “pods” of 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 seats in order to encourage distancing and keep different groups of fans apart from one another. 

Were Fans Allowed to Attend Super Bowl LV?

Yes, the NFL and Raymond James stadium hosted approximately 22,000 fans for Super Bowl LV, with 7,500 of them being vaccinnated frontline healthcare workers. 

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