Two new Super Bowl host cities were unveiled by the NFL on Wednesday. Glendale Stadium, located on the outskirts of Phoenix, will host the grand finale in 2023. This will be the fourth time the title will be played there, after the 1996, 2008 and 2015 Super Bowls. The New Orleans Superdome will host the event a year later, and on this occasion equaled Miami’s record with eleven finals hosted.
After this announcement, the host cities of the next six Super Bowls are now known. Next February, it will take place in Atlanta. Miami will follow in 2020, Tampa in 2021, Los Angeles in 2022, and therefore Phoenix and New Orleans thereafter.