​​​NFL Kicks Off 100th Season - Miami to Host Super BowL LIV
​​​Hard Rock Stadium, Miami

Hard Rock Stadium, home of the Miami Dolphins, will host Super Bowl LIV on February 2, 2020, to close the NFL's historic 100th season. Miami also hosted Super Bowl XXIX following the NFL's 75th season, 1994.

"I can't think of a better place to host the Super Bowl than right here in our world-class community," Miami-Dade County Mayor CARLOS GIMENEZ said. "Miami has hosted more Super Bowls than any other city, and it's clear why. This is the place to live, work and play, and hosting the Super Bowl once again serves as further evidence that Miami is a major event community."

Hard Rock Stadium is a global entertainment destination that also serves as home to the Miami Open, University of Miami football, Orange Bowl, 2021 College Football Playoff National Championship, major concerts, international soccer matches and a host of world-class events.

The facility completed a $550 million, multi-year renovation privately funded by Dolphins managing general partner & chairman of the board STEPHEN ROSS to transform the iconic venue into the best Miami has to offer in world-class fare, art, culture and an elevated guest experience.

Ross and his organization will host the Super Bowl for the first time since SEAN PAYTON, DREW BREES and the New Orleans Saints defeated the Indianapolis Colts, 31-17, in Super Bowl XLIV on February 7, 2010. The game will be played in Miami for a single-city record 11th time.

In addition to the Saints' Super Bowl victory to close the 2009 season, Miami also hosted…

    - Pro Football Hall of Famer VINCE LOMBARDI's final game as head coach of the Green Bay Packers (Super Bowl II).

    - Pro Football Hall of Famer JOE NAMATH's guaranteed win over the Baltimore Colts (Super Bowl III).

    - The only Super Bowl with an MVP from the losing team (LB CHUCK HOWLEY of the Dallas Cowboys, Super Bowl V).

    - The last game in the career of Pro Football Hall of Famer JOHN ELWAY (Super Bowl XXXIII).

    - Each of Pittsburgh's two thrilling victories over the Dallas Cowboys (Super Bowl X & Super Bowl XIII).

    - The 92-yard, game-ending drive orchestrated by Pro Football Hall of Famer JOE MONTANA to beat Cincinnati, 20-16, in Super Bowl XXIII.

    - The 49ers' triumph over the San Diego Chargers in Super Bowl XXIX, where Pro Football Hall of Famer STEVE YOUNG was able to say in the closing seconds, "Someone take the monkey off my back."

    - The first Super Bowl victory in the illustrious careers of PEYTON MANNING and Pro Football Hall of Famer TONY DUNGY (Super Bowl XLI).

Super Bowl Host Cities

The locations and the number of Super Bowls they have hosted.

Location Super Bowls
(Source: NFL)
Miami / South Florida11
New Orleans10
Los Angeles7
Tampa Bay4
San Diego3
San Francisco Bay Area2
North Texas1
New York/New Jersey1

Future Super Bowl Host Cities

    Super Bowl LIV (February 2, 2020) Hard Rock Stadium, Miami

    Super Bowl LV (February 7, 2021) Raymond James Stadium, Tampa

    Super Bowl LVI (February 6, 2022) New Los Angeles Stadium, Los Angeles

    Super Bowl LVII (February 5, 2023) State Farm Stadium, Arizona

    Super Bowl LVIII (February 4, 2024) Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans

​​​NFL Kicks Off 100th Season - Miami to Host Super BowL LIV - NFL 100