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NFL Breaking News: Sites for Super Bowl LIII, LIV and LV announced

NFL owners met today in Charlotte for their spring meeting/ Numerous topics were on the agenda, not least deciding on the sites for Super Bo


NFL owners met today in Charlotte for their spring meeting/ Numerous topics were on the agenda, not least deciding on the sites for Super Bowls LIII, LIV and LV due to take place in 2019, 2020 and 2021. It was agreed that Atlanta will host Super Bowl LIII in 2019 at the new Mercedes Benz Dome, Super Bowl LIV will be held in Miami in 2020 and the Rams new stadium in LA will be home to Super Bowl LV in 2021. New stadiums obviously feature heavily here with both Atlanta and LA being named as host sites before either venue has actually been completed with the Falcons schedule to play their first season at the Mercedes Benz Dome in 2017 and the LA Rams not scheduled to move into their Inglewood site until 2018. With Super Bowl LII also slated for Minnesota in 2017, the message to NFL owners is clear – if you want a Super Bowl , build a new stadium! The exception here is Super Bowl LIV which is to take place at Sun Life Stadium in Miami. This Super Bowl is significant as, while being the 54th incarnation is not significant, 2020 marks the 100th year of the NFL and the league will surely be looking to make a big deal of this. Miami owner Stephen Ross has ploughed significant investment into upgrading the Dolphins stadium and the league has hosted more Super Bowls in South Florida than anywhere else. In other news at the meetings,

  • A proposal to move to a single roster cutdown (as opposed to the current cuts to 75 then 53) was voted down
  • A proposal to allow use of video on the sideline was tabled for one year to allow further research
  • Greater replay power was devolved to the New York office in order to correct factual errors of officials such as ball placement

While little will officially be divulged the meeting is also likely to have included discussions, informally at least, about the viability of the Raiders franchise moving to Las Vegas – a development that bears further watching


NFL Breaking News: Sites for Super Bowl LIII, LIV and LV announced

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