Miami Could Host Super Bowl Every Five Years

Future Super Bowls will likely be held in Miami on a regular schedule every five years, according to Pro Footbalk Talk, citing NFL sources.

Four locations will become a part of the rotation, including Miami, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and either Arizona or New Orleans. The fifth year will be a wild card spot.

Miami is already scheduled to host Super Bowl LIV in 2020.

Downtown Miami will be the focal point for the event, unlike during previous Super Bowls. Both team hotels along with media headquarters will also be in Miami-Dade, instead of split between Dade and Broward.

 

Here’s how downtown Miami will be transformed for the next Super Bowl:

 

 

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Anonymous

“Four cities will become a part of the rotation, including Miami, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and either Arizona or New Orleans.”

Ah of course, the great city of Arizona.

Polo

And either Phoenix or New Orleans…

Anonymous

ya think ?

Anonymous

Having been to all 5 cities I say this is a great choice for a rotation. Yes, I know all the other franchises will be pissed off but they have to remember that the Superbowl is held in the dead of winter and fans spend much more money in warmer climates than say Buffalo, Chicago, DC, or Green Bay.

Anonymous

Add Foxborough and the Meadowlands to that list.

Anonymous

Philly and Pittsburgh are not fun in February.

Anonymous

So this would give the Dolphins more odds on leverage in being the first team in NFL to potentially play and win the Superbowl in their home turf. Now they just need a consistently good winning team. lol

Anonymous

Yup? on that 2nd part. The odds would definitely inprove on that first part.

Anonymous

Miami keeps winning!

Anonymous

Weather should be real comfy here in February too.

Anonymous

And Bayfront Park will be commandeered for an additional 2 months of every year. There’s probably, like 3 weeks out of the year, when it’s actually, you know, an actual “Park”.

Anonymous

What’s the catch? NFL teams sure loved having cities “compete” for the super bowl every year. They surely would lose their leverage in this proposal.

Dokter

No catch. Were you at this past SB in Minnesota? Didn’t think so.

Luis

I saw a couple of hours of live pre game coverage and Minneapolis looked like an Artic iced tundra. Still a few folks seemed to be having some outdoor fun, but f**ked that, how long can that last!? lol

Anonymous

There goes a real footballer, no class.

Anonymous

Miami has been giving up home games for the London games in order to be considered for Super Bowls. So probably more of that.

Anonymous

so all this can get done in a flash but anything that benfits the people who actually live here either wont get done or requires 30 years of studies…..shameful

Anonymous

I’d have to imagine all the other teams in the NFL will throw a fit if they’re, more or less, out of the running for hosting the super bowl. This will kill the value of franchises that are not part of the four rotating cities. I don’t see it happening.

Anonymous

I understand where you are coming from but remember most of the other franchises are located to the north. Hosting a Superbowl in February up north is brutally cold. And not just hosting the game; there are other factors that come into play like outdoor festivities & concerts, player safety, travel time. The NFL will not risk canceling the big game because of the threat of a snow storm… Thats why the NFL chooses cities that have a warmer climate in the winter, like Miami!

Anonymous

I understand the reasoning for the locations that have been identified. I’m just waiting to hear the response from the owners who weren’t invited to the (money) party.

Anonymous

Even Dallas was iced over during a SB not that long ago.

Anonymous

this is great for Miami, the stadium looks great and will be another boom to Miami along with the new years college bowl games

marc

boon

Anonymous

Too bad the stadium is out in that hellhole of Miami Gardens, where there’s no adequate access to transit, and the police have to raid neighborhoods before every Super Bowl to prevent crime.

Anonymous

STFU you bastard! That is a lie and you know it! At any super bowl you will find extra police about the stadium and surrounding it. There are no neighborhood police raids. I hate fuckers like you that stigmatizes black neighborhoods.

Anonymous

Best to ignore these racist ignorant clowns.

Anonymous

Did I say anything about race? It’s a terrible neighborhood and the residents and statistics agree.

Anonymous

Look, racism is bad. True.
Additionally, it is a fact that Channel 7 news is going to have an item from “Northwest Miami-Dade”. That news cast will feature a shooting of a kid and an Aunt who cant figure out someone would shoot an innocent kid.
Auntie…its because you live in Miami Gardens. AND when sensible people point this out, those sensible people get called ignorant, or they get called, racist.
Now, instead of attracting sensible people to solve problems. You get people like Andre Williams, corrupt race-baiters, and a disgusting situation of hopelessness.

Anonymous

That is1 incident. That could happen where u live tomorrow. And everybody is not bad in any neighborhood. Stay in your house and be scared like a lil girl that you are. I’ve been to games and the only violence I see is between the fans at the games.

Polo

GREAT!!!!

Anonymous

This is a uniquely American sport. What’s with the Latin music?

Anonymous

LOL, I was thinking the same thing.

Anonymous

I could care less about sports but having the Super Bowl here every 5 years would help our economy greatly so I say great! Keep them coming.

suomynona

Greatly? Meh. It’s not like it’s bringing permanent, high paying jobs with it.

Amazon HQ2 would help greatly. The Super Bowl is a drop in the bucket compared to that.

I’m not anti-Super Bowl, but let’s be real.

Anonymous

They are not mutually exclusive.

suomynona

That is literally not what I said.

Anonymous

Stephen Ross going to be a rich man with that deal he negotiated with the County.

Anonymous

I’m sorry bit that’s all they are going to have setup for the super bowl? Come on commity y’all can do better than this half ass shit. An why being attention to the ugliest excuse for a fountain I ever seen in my life!

Anonymous

Miami? The stadium is hardly in Miami-Dade County, let alone Miami. You mean Fort Lauderdale?

Anonymous

“no ticky no washy” sorry broward.. lol

Anonymous

You mean Miami Gardens if you want to get technical.

Anonymous

Hell no, we don’t mean Ft. “littledale” Get your own team and build your own stadium, then you can claim football.

suomynona

This is a dumb comment. It’s the same metro area. The bickering is stupid.

Gene

God help us. The disruption and wear and tear to our infrastructure is not worth the hassle and cost to us. We don’t need it. And just ask Amazon if they view this as a good thing.

Anonymous

Seriously? What wear and tear to our infrastructure? Miami already has tourists coming to town during that time anyway. Now there are more fun things that even people without tickets to the game can participate in. This is great.

Anonymous

Who is “we”?