Here's Where the Next 5 Super Bowls Will Be Held
Where you can go to see the big game when stadiums can once again be full of screaming fans.
Super Bowl LV will feature some familiar faces with Patrick Mahomes leading the reigning champion Kansas City Chiefs against Tom Brady, who will be wearing a Tampa Bay Buccaneers jersey in the Super Bowl for the first time. This year, Brady and the Bucs will become the first team to play a home game at their own stadium with the game taking place at Tampa's Raymond James Stadium, which will have limited capacity.
Recent hosts Atlanta and Minneapolis provide a clear model for how to land a Super Bowl. It's simple. Build a new stadium or make significant improvements to the existing one. (Hard Rock Stadium finished significant renovations in 2016.) The lineup of future Super Bowl hosts features some of the newest and most recently renovated stadiums in the NFL.
Here's where you'll be seeing Super Bowl games played over the next handful of seasons, along with the tentative dates.
- Super Bowl LV on Sunday, February 7, 2021 - Raymond James Stadium; Tampa, Florida
- Super Bowl LVI on Sunday, February 6, 2022 - SoFi Stadium; Inglewood, California
- Super Bowl LVII on Sunday, February 5, 2023 - State Farm Stadum; Glendale, Arizona
- Super Bowl LVIII on Sunday, February 11, 2024 - TBD
- Super Bowl LIX on Sunday, February 9, 2025 - Mercdes-Benz Superdome; New Orleans, Louisiana
New Orleans was scheduled to hold the 2024 game, but due to conflicts with Mardi Gras, that has been moved to 2025.
US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis held the championship in its second year of use (2018). That was the same situation for Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz stadium in 2019. That stadium opened in the fall of 2017. SoFi Stadium opened this year. Meanwhile, Hard Rock Stadium underwent a $250 million renovation in 2016 and the Ray Jay in Tampa had a $100 million project greenlit in 2015. Spend the money and the Super Bowl will come, it would seem.