Super Bowl Locations Through 2021 Announced At 2016 NFL Spring Meeting

We now know where the next five Super Bowls will take place.

The NFL announced Tuesday at its annual Spring Meeting that Atlanta, South Florida and Los Angeles will host Super Bowls LIII, LIV and LV, respectively. Houston is scheduled to host Super Bowl LI this season, while Minnesota will open its doors to fans next season at Super Bowl LII.

Super Bowl LIII will mark the third time Atlanta has hosted the NFL’s big game. It’ll be the first time the Super Bowl is played at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, though. The new home of the Falcons is under construction and is expected to open in 2017.

Miami already has hosted 10 Super Bowls, so folks in South Florida are no strangers to the event.

Los Angeles, on the other hand, hasn’t hosted a Super Bowl since 1993, but the city’s successful quest to host Super Bowl LV in 2021 could mark the beginning of a trend now that football is back in L.A.

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