NFL team owners voted Tuesday for San Francisco to be the official host of the 2016 Super Bowl. The event will be held at the San Francisco 49ers’ soon-to-be constructed $1.2 billion facility in Santa Clara. We look at the economic and social impacts the event will have on the Bay Area.

Daniel Lurie, chairman of the Bay Area Super Bowl Bid Committee, and CEO and founder of Tipping Point Community, a nonprofit grant-making organization that fights poverty in the San Francisco Bay Area
Victor Matheson, professor of economics, specializing in sports economics, at College of the Holy Cross
John Cote, reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle

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