NFL Super Bowl City Hosts

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NFL Super Bowl City Hosts
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Attorney Marc Rovner of East Rockaway has served BETA Abstract, LLC, as general counsel and director of business development since 1998. Beyond his activities as an attorney, Marc Rovner enjoys spending time with his family. Together, he and his son have attended games at 24 of the nation’s 32 National Football League (NFL) stadiums.

In all but a select few instances resulting in two teams playing in an unrelated stadium, the NFL’s Super Bowl is held at a predetermined stadium. Host cities are generally selected three to five years in advance, and are chosen based on the city’s proposal to the NFL.

With the 2017 Super Bowl scheduled for Houston, Texas, for a third time, only nine cities have repeated as Super Bowl hosts. Both Detroit and Atlanta have hosted two Super Bowls each. Houston joins San Diego and Arizona as three-time hosts, while Tampa Bay has held four.

Despite going two decades without an NFL team, Los Angeles ranks third all-time, having hosted seven Super Bowls. Los Angeles most recently hosted the game at the Rose Bowl in 1993. With 10 games as host each, New Orleans and Miami lead all cities as Super Bowl hosts. New Orleans last hosted in 2013, while Miami used Dolphin Stadium and Sun Life Stadium to host the 2007 and 2010 Super Bowls, respectively.