In 2021, the Super Bowl was played in the state of Florida. No state has held more Super Bowls, with Miami – the site of last year’s Super Bowl LIV – having hosted the most – 11: 5 games at the Orange Bowl and 6 games at what is now called Hard Rock Stadium. In total, there have been 16 Super Bowls previously played in Florida and this year will be the 17th, roughly a 3rd of all Super Bowls.
Last year was the fifth Super Bowl hosted in Tampa and the first since the 2008 season when the Steelers defeated the Cardinals in Super Bowl XLIII. This was also the third Super Bowl to be held at Raymond James Stadium (XXXV – Baltimore def. New York Giants), with the first two held at Tampa Stadium (XVIII – Los Angeles Raiders def. Washington; XXV – New York Giants def. Buffalo).
In 2020, Miami broke a tie with New Orleans (10) for most Super Bowls in a single city. 10 Super Bowls for Louisiana isn’t second-most by a state, however – that belongs to California, which has hosted 12 Super Bowls in 5 different stadiums & cities.
In California, the Super Bowl has been played twice in Los Angeles (Memorial Coliseum), 5 times at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, 3 times in San Diego, once at Stanford and once in Santa Clara – Super Bowl 50. Super Bowl LVI will be played at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, California.
The state of Texas has hosted 4 times – once in Arlington (Super Bowl XL) and 3 times in Houston (VIII, XXXVIII, LI).
The state of Arizona has hosted 3 times – twice in Glendale (XLII & XLIX) and once in Tempe (XXX).
Other states and cities to host a Super Bowl include:
- Atlanta, Georgia – 3 – Super Bowl XXVIII & XXXIV & LIII
- Minneapolis, Minnesota – 2 – Super Bowl XXVI & LII
- Detroit, Michigan – 2 – Super Bowl XVI & XL
- Indianapolis, Indiana – 1 – Super Bowl XLVI
- East Rutherford, New Jersey – 1 – Super Bowl XLVIII
Number of Super Bowls hosted broken down by State:
17 – Florida
13 – California
10 – Louisiana
4 – Texas
3 – Arizona
3 – Atlanta
2 – Michigan
2 – Minnesota
1 – Indiana
1 – New Jersey
- When: Sunday, February 13, 2022
- Kickoff time: 6:30 p.m. ET (3:30 p.m. PT)
- Where: SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, CA
- TV Channel: NBC
- Live stream: Peacock, NBCSports.com, NBC Sports app