Super Bowl Locations 2012 – 2015

The Super Bowl Locations are in for the next few years. The NFL’s Big Event heads back to Phoenix!! The NFL has announced that the 2015 Super Bowl has been awarded to the city for a second time. Phoenix held the event in 2008 at University of Phoenix Stadium. 2012 will be held in Indianapolis, followed by New Orleans in 2013 and New York in 2014.

NFL owners also approved a resolution on Tuesday to continue playing regular-season games in the United Kingdom through the 2016 season. The agreement also allows the league to determine how many games per season will be played in the country. This year’s Oct. 23 game between the Bucs/Bears will be the fifth NFL regular-season game played at London’s Wembley Stadium.

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3 Responses to Super Bowl Locations 2012 – 2015

  1. Martin says:

    What are the deciding factors for choosing Superbowl worthy markets?

    • From what I understand, The location for a Super Bowl is chosen by the NFL and it’s committee usually three to five years in advance. Cities place bids to host a Super Bowl and are evaluated in terms of stadium renovation and their ability to host. The NFL owners then meet to make a selection on the City. Back in 2007, it was said, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell wanted a Super Bowl game to be played in London, probably at Wembley Stadium. The game has never been played in a region that lacks an NFL franchise; seven Super Bowls have been played in Los Angeles, but not one game has been played in that city since the Los Angeles Raiders and Los Angeles Rams relocated to Oakland and St. Louis in 1995.

  2. lex says:

    definitely want to do New Orleans

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