The NFL has announced future Super Bowl locations for 2025 through 2027
Super Bowl 59
Feb. 9th, 2025
New Orleans, LA
Super Bowl 60
Feb. 8th, 2026
Santa Clara, CA
Super Bowl 61
Feb. 8th, 2027
*Tentative date pending possible changes to the NFL calendar
Some locations being considered for 2028 Super Bowl and beyond are:
Las Vegas – Should have a brand new stadium, plenty of hotels and entertainment and great weather in February make Las Vegas a prime spot to land a Super Bowl. This will be a Super Bowl experience like no other. Las Vegas is hopping Super Bowl weekend every year and with the game in it’s backyard, there are sure to be plenty of parties to go along with the gambling. Great place to watch the game at a watching party if not attending. *A stadium must be open 2 years (seasons) before it’s city is considered as host of a Super Bowl.
Dallas/Ft. Worth – Dallas got a bad rap in 2011 during a freak ice storm no-one was prepared for. The DFW area will become a great host city next time around, although believe it or not, AT&T stadium could be around 15 years old by the time the next opportunity presents itself to host a Super Bowl.
Minneapolis – Would like to be considered for the 2028 or 2029 Super Bowl. They touted the “outstanding job they did wit hospitality and hosting the 2018 Super Bowl and Final Four in 2019.”
Houston – Houston last hosted in 2017 and feels they won’t have to wait another 10 years to host again based on their performance during 2017 and previous major events hosted there. NRG Stadium will be over 16 years old by the next time they potentially host, so keep the stadium up to standard will be key for determining interest from the NFL Owners.
*How a city chosen as a host for a Super Bowl – An interested NFL Team City previously placed bids to host a future Super Bowl and was evaluated based on stadium renovation, capacity and amenities as well as the city’s ability to host (hotels, restaurants, venues, weather, etc…) Beginning in 2018, the NFL chooses a Super Bowl city and submits a list of qualifications and specifications for the city to meet. Believe it or not, Golf Courses and Bowling Alleys come into play in the decision. Interesting article here: “So you want to host a Super Bowl? It’ll cost ya”
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