NFL Announces Super Bowl Sites For 2019-2021

Intro: At Tuesday’s NFL Spring Meetings in Charlotte, the league announced Super Bowl hosts for 2019-2021. Where will the Super Bowl be heading?


INDIANAPOLIS – Should Colts' fans book their tickets for South Beach in 2020?

Past precedent makes one at least ponder such an idea.

South Florida was awarded the 2020 Super Bowl (LIV) on Tuesday afternoon at the NFL's Spring Meetings in Charlotte.

The Miami area has been quite kind to the Colts, with all four of the franchise's Super Bowl appearances coming in that part of Florida.

On Tuesday, the NFL also announced future Super Bowl sites for Atlanta (2019) and Los Angeles (2021).

Indianapolis did not bid on any of the three Super Bowls awarded on Tuesday.

Now, with the Midwest site of Minneapolis three years back, and with two new stadiums having been chosen, Indy could certainly jump back into bidding process.

Future Super Bowl Sites2017-Houston: NRG Stadium will host this season's Super Bowl.2018-Minnesota: The Colts were one of three finalists for this Super Bowl. Minnesota's newly built U.S. Bank Stadium won out over Indianapolis and New Orleans.2019-Atlanta: Next season, the Falcons will open up Mercedes-Benz Stadium. A little more than a year later, it will host a Super Bowl.

2020-South Florida: All four of the Colts' Super Bowl appearances have come in the Miami area.2021-Los Angeles: The Rams are hoping to have their stadium in Inglewood ready for the 2019 regular season. The Super Bowl will be coming shortly thereafter.

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