Larry Fitzgerald is going to be part of a Super Bowl again.
And it's going to be one at State Farm Stadium.
The former Cardinals wide receiver, who last played in 2020, was announced Monday as the new Executive Chair of the Arizona Super Bowl host committee. Super Bowl LVII (57), following the 2022 season, will take place at State Farm Stadium on Feb. 12, 2023.
"Larry Fitzgerald, whom I think many of us would agree, is synonymous with football and certainly with everything that is great about Arizona," Super Bowl host committee chairman David Rousseau said.
Fitzgerald, as an ambassador for the game, will travel to the Super Bowl in two weeks at SoFi Stadium and take part in the ceremonial passing of the football from the Los Angeles Super Bowl committee to Arizona's on Feb. 14.
"I am thrilled to be involved with the committee and its partners as we collectively look to make Super Bowl LVII the most successful to date," Fitzgerald said in a statement.
Arizona was awarded the game in 2018. It will be the first Super Bowl in Arizona since the one following the 2014 season – when Malcolm Butler made a goal-line interception for the Patriots to hold off the Seahawks for the title.