Super Bowl LIII, LIV, and LV Host Cities Announced

By Kevin Kelley -

The host cities for Super Bowl LIII, LIV, and LV were officially announced by the NFL on Tuesday.

Super Bowl LIII will be played in Atlanta, Georgia at the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The game is tentatively set for Sunday, Feb. 3, 2019.

This will be the third Super Bowl for Atlanta, which previously hosted Super Bowl XXVII in 1994 and Super Bowl XXXIV in 2000.

South Florida (Miami) has been selected as the host city for Super Bowl LIV. The game will be played at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, tentatively, on Sunday, Feb. 2, 2020.

South Florida has previously hosted 10 Super Bowls. The first was Super Bowl II in 1968 and the most recent was Super Bowl XLIV in 2010.

The last of the Super Bowls named today was Super Bowl LV, which is tentatively set for Sunday, Feb. 7, 2021. The game will be played at City of Champions Stadium in Los Angeles, California.

The Los Angeles Metropolitan area has hosted seven Super Bowls, including Super Bowl I in 1967. The last game played in Los Angeles was Super Bowl XXVII in 1993.


Super Bowl LI (2017)
NRG Stadium, Houston, TX

Super Bowl LII (2018)
U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, MN

Super Bowl LIII (2019)
Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, GA

Super Bowl LIV (2020)
Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL

Super Bowl LV (2021)
City of Champions Stadium, Los Angeles, CA

Comments (8)

Why doesn’t the NFL hold a Super Bowl in Cleveland. If all those maniacs show up to see an 0-4 team, play, why. not freeze their asses of in Super Bowl?