Where Are The Next 5 Super Bowls?
Every spring, the Super Bowl is the biggest sporting event in North America. It is also the championship game for the National Football League (NFL), and the winner is crowned that season’s champion. Millions of fans in the United States and many worldwide tune in to watch the game as well. Super Bowl Sunday has even practically become a pseudo-holiday in the United States. Let’s take a look at where the next five Super Bowls will be held!
|2023||State Farm Stadium||Glendale, AZ|
|2024||Allegiant Stadium||Las Vegas, NV|
|2025||Caesars Superdome||New Orleans, LA|
|2026*||Tottenham Hotspur Stadium||London, UK|
|2027*||AT&T Stadium||Dallas, TX|
*indicates speculative top candidate, as the host city has not been officially decided yet
2023, 2024, and 2025 Super Bowls
After the league owners’ meeting in 2018, the NFL announced that Super Bowl LVII would be held in Glendale, Arizona, on February 12, 2023. The game will be played at State Farm Stadium, the home of the Arizona Cardinals, this being the seventh consecutive Super Bowl to be held in a semi-indoor venue. This will also be the third Super Bowl at State Farm Stadium (after the ones in 2008 and 2015) and the first since the massive 2017 renovation of the stadium.
The decision to host Super Bowl LVII in Arizona was followed by the league’s announcement that the game will be played in New Orleans in 2024 and Las Vegas in 2025. However, after the initial announcement, the NFL was forced to swap the dates for the two host cities due to a conflict with the Mardi Gras celebrations in New Orleans in 2024. The Super Bowl in 2024 will thus be held in Las Vegas, and it will be held in New Orleans the following year. Super Bowl LVIII will be the first to be held at the newly built Allegiant Stadium, while Super Bowl LIX will be the second to be held at the Caesars Superdome (after the one in 2013).
2026 and 2027 Super Bowls
The NFL has yet to announce where the Super Bowl will be held in 2026 and 2027, which will respectively be the 60th and 61st editions of the game. However, the two main candidates seem to be London, UK, and Dallas, Texas, respectively, for Super Bowl LX and Super Bowl LXI.
In the case that the Super Bowl is assigned to London in 2026 and Dallas in 2027, both games will represent a special first time. A Super Bowl at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium would be the first edition of the championship game to be held outside of the United States, while the 2027 Super Bowl would be the first one at the newly renovated AT&T Stadium, as the venue will undergo some major construction as preparation for the 2026 FIFA World Cup.