The NFL awarded Super Bowl L (50), scheduled for 2016, and Super Bowl LI (51), slated for 2017, to the San Francisco Bay Area in California, and Houston, Texas, respectively, on Tuesday.

The San Francisco Bay Area will play host to Super Bowl L, scheduled for February of 2016.

The game, which will be played at the new stadium of the San Francisco 49ers, Levi's Stadium, which will open in 2014, in Santa Clara, California, and will mark the first time that the Bay Area will host the Super Bowl since 1985.

For the city of Houston, Super Bowl LI will mark the third time it has hosted the event, with the last one coming back in 2004.

The next two Super Bowls are scheduled to be played in New Jersey next February and in Glendale, Ariz., in 2015.