Last Time the L.A. Memorial Coliseum Hosted the Super Bowl

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In this Jan. 14, 1973 file photo, Miami Dolphins' Jim Kiick (21) follows teammates Jim Langer (62) and Larry Csonka (39) to score against the Washington Redskins during Super Bowl VII in Los Angeles.
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The last time the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum hosted the Super Bowl was in January 1974. The Miami Dolphins defeated the Washington Redskins, 14-7, in Super Bowl VII.

It was the second Super Bowl hosted at the stadium (Super Bowl I) and remains the last Super Bowl hosted in the city of Los Angeles. Six more editions of the game were played in the L.A. metropolitan area.

Only two metro areas have hosted more times: New Orleans (10) and Miami (11).

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