NEW YORK – Similar Super Bowl settings. That’s what fans will receive in 2023 and 2024 as two familiar host sites are named Super Bowl cities.
University of Phoenix Stadium (Glendale, Arizona) will be hosting its third Super Bowl. However, the region was also the site of Super Bowl XXX (1996) at Sun Devil Stadium.
In 2024, for the 11th time, Louisiana and the city of New Orleans will serve as host – tying with Miami for most Super Bowls by a host city.
With Wednesday’s announcement, the next six Super Bowl sites have been decided:
- 2019: Super Bowl LIII will be in Atlanta
- 2020: Super Bowl LIV will be in Miami Gardens, Florida.
- 2021: Super Bowl LV will in Tampa, Florida
- 2022: Super Bowl LVI will be in Los Angeles
- 2023: Super Bowl LVII will be in Glendale, Arizona
- 2024: Super Bowl LVIII will be in New Orleans