As the confetti settles on the Kansas City Chiefs‘ victory in Super Bowl LVIII, the NFL unveiled the logo for Super LIX on Monday as league officials handed the game from Las Vegas to New Orleans.
The latest design naturally follows the same template as the previous three Super Bowl logos, with the Vince Lombardi Trophy placed between Roman numerals, adding some local flair.
While these logos featured palm trees (LVI), a desert landscape (LVII), or buildings along the Las Vegas Strip (LVIII), the background for next year appears to be inspired by the wrought-iron balconies seen throughout the French Quarter.
However, the logo no longer uses a gradient color scheme and now features pink and light green tones instead of an image of the sunset at previous locations.
This will be the 11th Super Bowl held in New Orleans and the most connected to Miami of all time, including IV in 1970, VI in 1972, IX in 1975, XII in 1978, XV in 1981, XX in 1986, XXIV in 1990, XXXI in 1997, XXXVI in 2002, and XLVII in 2013.