NFL Announces Super Bowl Locations Through 2021

Bryan Altman

The biggest sporting event in the world is on its way to Los Angeles.

Capping one of the busier days of the NFL offseason, the league has announced the locations for each Super Bowl through 2021, the year in which Los Angeles will host Super Bowl LV, the city’s first Super Bowl since 1993 when the Dallas Cowboys beat the Buffalo Bills 52-17 at the Rose Bowl. 

Joining Los Angeles in hosting the big game will be Atlanta in 2019 for Super Bowl LIII and Miami in 2020 for Super Bowl LIV. 

This marks the record-breaking 11th time that Miami will play host to the Super Bowl while it’s just the third time Atlanta will host the big game and their first since 2000 when the St. Louis Rams beat the Tennessee Titans 23-16 in the infamous ‘one yard short’ game. 

Miami last hosted the Super Bowl in 2010 when the New Orleans Saints beat the Indianapolis Colts 31-17. 

Bryan Altman is, for some reason, an unabashed fan of the Rangers, Jets and Mets. If he absolutely had to pick a basketball team it would be the Knicks, but he’d gladly trade them for just one championship for any of his other three teams.

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