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NFL unveils logo for Super Bowl LII in Minnesota

Super Bowl LI marked the return of the roman numerals after the league took a year of for Super Bowl 50. Next year, the league will stick with roman numerals in Super Bowl LII.

On Monday, at commissioner Roger Goodell's press conference, the league unveiled the logo for next year's title game, which will be played in Minnesota at the Vikings' newly opened U.S. Bank Stadium.

And there's the purple sky backing for the Super Bowl LII mark. pic.twitter.com/ujbGgewd7W

— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) February 6, 2017

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And the logo on an official football.

See you next year @usbankstadium. I'm packing my mittens (though temp inside the stadium will be 72 degrees) #SB52 #TheBoldNorth pic.twitter.com/4cTp3wrhf4

— Natalie Ravitz (@NFLNatalie) February 6, 2017

It looks just about the same as this year's iteration, only with one more numeral. The game will take place on Feb. 4, 2018.