Each Super Bowl location is set years in advance, giving teams, fans and, above all, cities time to prepare for the influx of tourists that will visit the event during the National Football League (NFL) championship game. If you would like to know the next Super Bowl locations, keep reading.
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The NFL final is contested by the winners of the American Football Conference and the National Football Conference. The game is hosted by a different US city each year. Before the start of Super Bowl 57, it is already possible to know who will host Super Bowl 59, in 2025.
Future Super Bowl locations
Super Bowl LVII (2023): State Farm Stadium, Phoenix/Glendale, Arizona
The Super Bowl will return to the desert for a fourth time when Arizona hosts Super Bowl 57. State Farm Stadium sees big game action for the third time. The last time Arizona hosted, fans watched as the New England Patriots defeated the Seattle Seahawks with a thrilling interception by Malcolm Butler in the dying seconds of the fourth quarter in 2015. Singer Rihanna will perform at the famous Super Bowl halftime show in February 12, 2023.
Super Bowl LVIII (2024): Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas, Nevada
The new Allegiant Stadium located in Las Vegas will host Super Bowl 57 in 2024. The stadium, which finished construction in July 2020, was completed when the Las Vegas Raiders moved from Oakland. It was the home of the Pro Bowl and NFL Draft in 2022.
Super Bowl LIX (2025): Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana
Following the regular season changes, the league decided to change New Orleans’ host year to 2025, as the previous year had conflicted with New Orleans’ Mardi Gras celebrations. The Big Easy will host the Super Bowl for the 11th time. The last time the game was played in Louisiana was in 2013 for Super Bowl XLVII. The Baltimore Ravens defeated the San Francisco 49ers in the “Harbaugh Brother Bowl”. This game was famous for its 22-minute power outage, causing a 34-minute stoppage shortly after the start of the second half.