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Super Bowl Stadiums

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05/24/2016

The NFL announced today that Atlanta, Ga., Miami, Fla. and Los Angeles, Cali. will be hosting Supers Bowls LIII, LIV and LV respectively.

Atlanta will be hosting its third Super Bowl. The first matchup featured the Dallas Cowboys and Buffalo Bills in Super Bowl XXVIII during the 1993 season. The most recent Super Bowl played in Atlanta was in 2000 when the St. Louis Rams held on to defeat the Tennessee Titans 23-16.

Miami will host Super Bowl LIV. This will be the 11th time Miami has hosted a Super Bowl which will break a tie with New Orleans (10) for the most Super Bowls played in a city.
 
The city of Los Angeles will host its third Super Bowl. The first ever Super Bowl was played in the L.A. Memorial Coliseum. Years later the Miami Dolphins capped their undefeated 1972 season with a victory in Super Bowl VII.

Check out the list below of every city and venue that has hosted a Super Bowl.


  

ATLANTA, GEORGIA

Georgia Dome
XXVIII - Dallas 30, Buffalo 13
XXXIV - St. Louis 23, Tennessee 16
 

ARLINGTON, TEXAS

Cowboys Stadium
XL - Green Bay Packers 31, Pittsburgh Steelers 25
 

DETROIT, MICHIGAN

Pontiac Silverdome
XVI - San Francisco 26, Cincinnati 21

Ford Field
XL - Pittsburgh 21, Seattle 10
 

EAST RUTHERFORD, NEW JERSEY
MetLife Stadium
XLVIII - Seattle 43, Denver 8

 
GLENDALE, ARIZONA

University of Phoenix Stadium
XLII - New York Giants 17, New England 14
XLIX – New England 28, Seattle Seahawks 24


HOUSTON, TEXAS

Rice Stadium
VIII - Miami 24, Minnesota 7

Reliant Stadium
XXXVIII - New England 32, Carolina 29


INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA

Lucas Oil Stadium
XLVI - New York Giants 21, New England 17
 

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 

ALLTEL Stadium
XXXIX - New England 24, Philadelphia 21
 

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
Memorial Coliseum
I - Green Bay 35, Kansas City 10
VII - Miami 14, Washington 7

 

MIAMI, FLORIDA
Joe Robbie Stadium/Pro Player Stadium/Dolphin Stadium
XXIII - San Francisco 20, Cincinnati 16
XXIX - San Francisco 49, San Diego 26
XXXIII - Denver 34, Atlanta 19
XLI - Indianapolis 29, Chicago 17
VLIV - New Orleans 31, Indianapolis 17
 

 Orange Bowl
II - Green Bay 33, Oakland 14
III - New York Jets 16, Baltimore 7
V - Baltimore 16, Dallas 13
X - Pittsburgh 21, Dallas 17
XIII - Pittsburgh 35, Dallas 31
 

MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA

Metrodome
XXVI - Washington 37, Buffalo 24
 

NEW ORLEANS, LOUSIANA

Superdome
XII - Dallas 27, Denver 10
XV - Oakland 27, Philadelphia 10
XX - Chicago 46, New England 10
XXIV - San Francisco 55, Denver 10
XXXI - Green Bay 35, New England 21
XXXVI - New England 20, St. Louis 17
XLVII - Baltimore 34, San Francisco 31

Tulane Stadium
IV - Kansas City 23, Minnesota 7
VI - Dallas 24, Miami 3
IX - Pittsburgh 16, Minnesota 6
 

PASADENA, CALIFORNIA

Rose Bowl
XI - Oakland 32, Minnesota 14
XIV - Pittsburgh 31, Los Angeles Rams 19
XVII - Washington 27, Miami 17
XXI - New York Giants 39, Denver 20
XXVII - Dallas 52, Buffalo 17
 

SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA

Jack Murphy Stadium/Qualcomm Stadium
XXII - Washington 42, Denver 10
XXXII - Denver 31, Green Bay 24
XXXVII - Tampa Bay 48, Oakland 21
 

SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA

Levi's Stadium
50 - Denver 24, Carolina 10

STANFORD, CALIFORNIA

Stanford Stadium
XIX - San Francisco 38, Miami 16
 

TAMPA, FLORIDA

Tampa Stadium
XVIII - Los Angeles Raiders 38, Washington 9
XXV - New York Giants 20, Buffalo 19

Raymond James Stadium
XXXV - Baltimore 34, New York Giants 7
XLIII - Pittsburgh 27, Arizona 23
 

TEMPE, ARIZONA

Sun Devil Stadium
XXX - Dallas 27, Pittsburgh 17
 

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