January 31, 2013
Super Bowl cities
By QMI Agency

Fourteen NFL - and now, non-NFL - cities have hosted North America's marquee sporting event. From coast-to-coast and from north to south, the Super Bowl has been staged in nine cities more than once and in five cities a single time.

Fourteen NFL – and now, non-NFL – cities have hosted North America’s marquee sporting event.

From coast-to-coast and from north to south, the Super Bowl has been staged in nine cities more than once and in five cities a single time.

Next year, the New York area will get added to that list when football’s biggest game heads to East Rutherford, New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium, home of the New York Giants – the first time the NFL’s championship game will be played outdoors in the confines of a cold weather venue.

While Super Bowl XLIX (2015) will be staged at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz., Super Bowl L (2016) has yet to be announced.

Last October, the NFL announced Miami’s Sun Life Stadium and Santa Clara Stadium, where the San Francisco 49ers will begin playing in 2014, as finalists to host Super Bowl L.

In the same breath, the league announced that whichever city doesn’t host Super Bowl L will compete with Houston’s Reliant Stadium to host Super Bowl LI a year later.


Should Miami host either Super Bowl L or Super Bowl LI, it will break the deadlock and leap ahead of New Orleans as the only city to host the NFL’s championship game 11 times.

Check out our above gallery to see which cities and stadiums have hosted past Super Bowls more than once.


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