The entire population of the city of Los Angeles is probably the single most important factor that contributes to the city’s host status for several National Football League and National Basketball Association franchises.
Los Angeles is the second-largest metropolis in the United States, with a population of approximately 4 million people, after New York City. To put that number into perspective, the second most populous city, Chicago, has over 1 million fewer inhabitants than Los Angeles does.
Franchise owners have the impression that the market is too large for them to lose money on it. Both the Raiders and the Chargers have been pushed to move to a new city as a direct result of the financial success that both NBA teams have experienced.
One of the places with the most significant history in the United States is the Staples Center, which is located in the heart of Los Angeles. The arena is the home of both the Clippers and the Lakers, and it also plays host throughout the year to some of the most popular concerts and performances anywhere in the globe.
When it is finished, the stadium will not only host the Super Bowl but also other events, which will bring both money and tourists to the area.
Two major events, the Super Bowl in 2022 and the College Football Playoff in 2023, are already scheduled to take place. In addition, it has been speculated that WWE’s WrestleMania will take place in 2021.