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Super Bowl LIII – Atlanta, 2019
The latest of cities to debut a brand new stadium for their Super Bowl bids, Super Bowl LIII in 2019 will be held at the new $1.4 billion retractable-roof Mercedes-Benz Stadium, scheduled to open ahead of the 2017-18 NFL season.
“We’re thrilled to show off Atlanta in 2019 for Super Bowl LIII,” Arthur Blank owner of the Atlanta Falcons said. “Mercedes-Benz Stadium will be unique, not only in America, but throughout the world. We think it’s a great host stadium before the Super Bowl and we love it being in downtown Atlanta.”
This will be the third Super Bowl hosted in Atlanta. The first two were Super Bowl XXVIII in 1994 and Super Bowl XXXIV 2000.
Super Bowl LIV – Miami, 2020
Where else would you rather be in February than in Miami, Florida? That’s why Miami was an easy choice to host their NFL-record 11th Super Bowl with Super Bowl LIV in 2020.
Home of the Miami Dolphins, Super Bowl LIV will be played at the newly-renovated Hard Rock Stadium, a transformation that left the beautiful stadium virtually unrecognizable to the old designs. Though this will be Miami’s record 11th Super Bowl, it will be their first since Super Bowl XLIV in 2010.
Super Bowl LV – Tampa, 2021
The Super Bowl returns to Florida for the second consecutive year in 2021, this time returning to the beautiful Tampa Bay area, home of some of the best beaches on the Gulf Coast and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Super Bowl LV will be played at the iconic Raymond James Stadium, pirate ships and all. This will be Tampa’s fifth Super Bowl hosted since 1984, previously hosting Super Bowls XVIII (1984), XXV (1991), XXXV (2001), and their first since Super Bowl XLII in 2009.
Super Bowl LVI – Los Angeles, 2022
The biggest game in the world makes its triumphant return to one of the most iconic cities in the world, as Super Bowl LVI makes its way to the new home of the Rams and Chargers, Los Angeles, California.
Previously scheduled to host Super Bowl LV in 2021, the NFL decided to delay the game’s return to the City of Angels one year due to construction delays with the new stadium. This will just be Los Angeles’ third time hosting the Super Bowl, the first since Super Bowl VII at the Memorial Coliseum in 1973.