Billie Jean King can now add another achievement to her already huge list of accolades: taking part in a Super Bowl coin toss. This year's Super Bowl is taking place at Sofi Stadium in Inglewood, making the tennis icon and California native an obvious choice to serve as an honorary coin toss captain alongside the California School for the Deaf, High School Girls Flag League of Champions, and girls youth tackle football players from two youth football leagues, the Inglewood Chargers and Watts Rams.

A big part of this year's coin toss will be honoring the 50th anniversary of Title IX. Enacted in 1972, Title IX provided equal federal funding for men's and women's sports in high school and college. Before the captains step onto the field, King will narrate a tribute to the impact of Title IX's legacy in education and sports.

"It is an honor to stand with these outstanding student athletes and celebrate the 50th anniversary of Title IX on one of the world's biggest stages," said Billie Jean King. "It's hard to understand inclusion until you have been excluded, and I am proud to be part of this year's Super Bowl Coin Toss and the NFL's commitment to bring us together and make us stronger."

Even Roger Goodell, the current commissioner of the NFL, praised the King's legacy.

"Billie Jean King is a trailblazer who set in motion transcendent changes that led to the betterment of sports and society," said Goodell. "Her inspiring drive for gender equality and equal access to opportunity has benefited generations...proving that football is truly for everyone."

Super Bowl LVI will be between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Los Angeles Rams, and is predicted to be the highest-viewed Super Bowl in history.