As you know, the location of the Super Bowl changes every year, and each game is hosted in a different city.
The first Super Bowl was played in 1967 in Los Angeles, California. Since then, the game has been played in various cities across the United States.
Things may be returning to where it all started very soon. With the sites for the next two Super Bowls already set, plans are already underway for the 2026 and ’27 iterations of the big game.
The locations of only the next two games have been selected, with Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas and LIX in New Orleans.
Los Angeles is interested in hosting Super Bowl LXI at SoFi Stadium, which would crown a champion for the 2026 season. Rams COO Kevin Demoff informed reporters that the opportunity to slot a Super Bowl in between the city’s role as host of the ’26 World Cup and ’28 Olympics played a key factor in the Super Bowl bid.
“That run of ’26 World Cup, hopefully maybe ’27 Super Bowl — I don’t want to spill the beans here, but we are interested — Olympics in 2028, that run would be unprecedented,” Demoff said, via Ben Fischer of Sports Business Journal.
So, what about Super Bowl LX? Via Fischer, “Sources say Levi’s Stadium and the S.F. Bay Area have been in discussions with the NFL about that year, which is known to have lower demand because so many NFL venues are also hosting FIFA World Cup matches that summer.”
As you may remember, Super Bowl LVI took place at SoFi Stadium, where the Rams defeated the Bengals in February 2022. Levi’s Stadium played host to Super Bowl 50 in 2016, when the Broncos beat the Panthers.
The Super Bowl host city is chosen through a bidding process in which cities present their proposals to the NFL. The proposals usually include the stadium and the surrounding area, accommodations for players and fans, transport links, and security arrangements.
Los Angeles won’t have to submit much since we know the city has everything, but they still have to go through the process in order to be selected.
Some notable host cities include New Orleans, which is known for its vibrant energy and rich history, while Miami is a popular choice for its warm weather and nightlife. Other notable Super Bowl host cities include Houston, Texas; Atlanta, Georgia; Minneapolis, Minnesota; and Indianapolis, Indiana. Each city brings its own unique culture and atmosphere to the Super Bowl, making each game a one-of-a-kind experience for fans and players alike.
Other notable Super Bowl host cities include Houston, Texas; Atlanta, Georgia; Minneapolis, Minnesota; and Indianapolis, Indiana. Each city brings its own unique culture and atmosphere to the Super Bowl, making each game a one-of-a-kind experience for fans and players alike.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.