Arizona, New Orleans officially awarded 2023, 2024 Super Bowls

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Two popular Super Bowl destinations are back in the rotation.

The NFL officially voted today to give Arizona the Super Bowl in 2023, and New Orleans the Super Bowl in 2024.

Super Bowl LVII will be played at the Cardinals’ stadium in Glendale, Arizona, with much of the Super Bowl week festivities taking place in Phoenix. It will be the fourth Super Bowl in Arizona and the third Super Bowl at University of Phoenix Stadium.

Super Bowl LVIII will be played at the Saints’ stadium in New Orleans. Although many people consider New Orleans the best Super Bowl host city, there was talk after the power outage at the last Super Bowl there that the Superdome needed major renovations before it could host the game again. This will be the 11th Super Bowl in New Orleans.

The NFL now has the venues for the next six Super Bowls set: Atlanta, Miami, Tampa, Los Angeles, Arizona and New Orleans. Las Vegas is almost certain to host a Super Bowl fairly soon after that, and several past hosts, notably San Francisco, Dallas and Indianapolis, have made noises about wanting to get in the rotation again.

16 responses to “Arizona, New Orleans officially awarded 2023, 2024 Super Bowls

  1. Who in New Orleans has dirt on the NFL brass? This is such a terrible venue. The stadium is 43 years old!! Capacity pales to modern stadiums, I just don’t get it. Can we expect another 45 minute delay with power outages during the game?? Move the game to more modern stadiums. The NFL really is becoming a joke.

  2. Why don’t cities like Chicago, Seattle, Pittsburgh, Philly, Washington D.C., Charlotte and other NFL cities ever bid on Super Bowls?

  3. “Why don’t cities like Chicago, Seattle, Pittsburgh, Philly, Washington D.C., Charlotte and other NFL cities ever bid on Super Bowls?”

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    Because rich people don’t like sitting outside in cold weather.

  4. World class food, French Quarter, and stadium are all within walking distance. And to the clown who said its a horrible venue with low capacity, is absolutely clueless.

  5. Allsyntax…..lol.
    When is the last time you’ve been to the Superdome?
    It’s undergome several renovations in the past 20 years.
    It seats 76,468, Arizona seats 68,000 and can be expanded to 72,200.

    “It’s better to look foolish and remain quiet than to open ones mouth and remove all doubt”

  6. New Orleans, Glendale, and Nashville had pretty good days today. Honestly, they all deserve it. Great cities and the right choices!

    I think the NFL should just set up two rotations: Cities can either get the Draft of the Super Bowl. Cities too cold to host a Super Bowl typically have ideal weather around Draft time. Everyone should have a chance to get some of those tourism dollars.

  7. allsyntax says:
    May 23, 2018 at 10:14 am
    Who in New Orleans has dirt on the NFL brass? This is such a terrible venue. The stadium is 43 years old!! Capacity pales to modern stadiums, I just don’t get it. Can we expect another 45 minute delay with power outages during the game?? Move the game to more modern stadiums. The NFL really is becoming a joke.
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    More like the NFL brass knows the dirt on New Orleans. Best possible location, and they know it and look forward to it. Bright, shiny venue thanks to renovations every five years or so, with more on the way. And all newer stadiums have less capacity than this one.

    Complete your thought for us. Where should this game be played? Davenport, IA? Boseman, MT? Another city that offers more excitement than New Orleans? Do tell.

  8. Food = Junk. I’ll take a side order of clogged arteries with my bayou road kill, thank you. Atmosphere = Crime ridden. Please remind me to pack my bullet proof vest for the trip.

    Bachelor party? Maybe. The city is not family friendly for this family event. Call me when the stadium is an actual attraction and not an outdated, ageing structure that REQUIRES renovations year over year just to remain functional.

  9. New Orleans is a disguising crime ridden city. Idk how they got another Super Bowl after their last mess they hosted. Phoenix makes sense, better city and better stadium by FAR!

  10. Phoenix is just a desert city with nothing unique about it. NOLA was recently voted as THE top North American travel destination for 2018. Boom!

  11. Wow that’s sad if New Orleans is the #1 travel destination. People need to get out and actually visit somewhere nice and beautiful, u know like Hawaii, not a dump.

  12. Wow that’s sad if New Orleans is the #1 travel destination. People need to get out and actually visit somewhere nice and beautiful, u know like Hawaii, not a dump.
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    You’re obviously in the minority. Owners, fans and tourists all agree that New Orleans is a better place to visit than that desert city in Arizona.

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