INGLEWOOD, Calif. — The hearts and dreams of the college football world will reside in sunny Los Angeles at beautiful SoFi Stadium. Today the state of the art venue held a press conference to discuss the excitement and benefits to bringing the national championship game in Inglewood.
Hosted by ESPN’s Ashley Brewer, many of the who’s who of College Football sat down with Los Angeles leadership sharing their view of the exciting events coming for the big game. Mayor Eric Garcetti dished out his excitement of the city’s recent handling of Super Bowl LVI, which brought in over $22 million in revenue. Joined by Inglewood Mayor James T. Butts, the respective Mayors were very excited for the big game arriving in LA and the long lists of charitable proceeds to support K-12 education in the surrounding areas. From 5k runs to countless events, Los Angeles is excited for the countless benefits that come with hosting the ninth iteration of the championship.
Bill Hancock, Executive Director of College Football Playoff, was excited about having the game in the world’s most high tech stadium in America. SoFi Stadium features the largest screen ever for any arena viewing. Spreading over 70,000 feet and 360 degrees, there really isn’t a place where the action cannot be viewed. Bill was joined by many others in the College Football Leadership including Britton Banowsky, Executive Director of College Football Playoff Foundation, Jason Gannon Managing Director at Sofi Stadium, James Rishwain Chairman of Los Angeles CFP National Championship Host Committee, and Kathryn Schloessman, President & CEO, LA Sports & Entertainment Commission.
The 2023 College National Championship will be held January 9 on ESPN.
Written by Shane Marashi