The NFL has officially revealed the logo for next year’s Super Bowl.
Super Bowl LIX will take place in New Orleans at Caesars Superdome, home of the New Orleans Saints.
This is the first time “The Big Easy” will host the Super Bowl since 2013.
Less than 24 hours after the Kansas City Chiefs beat San Francisco to win Super Bowl 58, the Super Bowl 59 logo was released.
And if the viral Super Bowl logo conspiracy theory is to be believed, Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs will be in New Orleans to defend their title.
The conspiracy theory has become popular with NFL fans who believe the league — including who will be named world champion in February — is scripted.
Earlier in the season, fans pointed out similarities between the dominant colors of the Big Game logo and the teams featured in the game in recent years.
It all started when the orange and yellow hues of Super Bowl LVI artwork were similar to the colors of the Cincinnati Bengals and Los Angeles Chargers.
This was followed by green and red tones in the Super Bowl LVII logo, which matched the colors of the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs.
This year, purple and red were featured in the Super Bowl LVIII logo, leading fans to predict that a 49ers-Ravens was on the cards.
This was finally debunked when the Chiefs beat the Raiders to win the AFC title and punch their ticket to the Big Game.
However, the theory persists and fans have been quick to interpret what next year’s logo means for Super Bowl 59 and who the two teams will be competing for the Vince Lombardi Trophy.
While the green colors left many divided on who a team should be, fans all agreed that the Chiefs were headed to their fifth Super Bowl in six years.
“People are going to go crazy over the Superbowl logo theory,” one fan responded.
“Chiefs are locked in for 2025. Mahomes becomes first QB to triple in Super Bowl era,” said another.
“So KC again!?” added one exasperated NFL fan.
“Oh my god, the Chiefs colors are awesome,” said another.
If Kansas City can advance to next year’s showpiece game in New Orleans, they will have the chance to become the first team in NFL history to win three successive Super Bowl titles.
A number of fans believed the green design indicated a first Super Bowl appearance in 14 years for Green Bay, while others were adamant it indicated a return to the top for 2011 winner Seattle.