San Francisco won this year. The Super Bowl will be in the 49ers stadium on February 7th of 2016. It’s a nice 50th anniversary gesture to hold this year’s Super Bowl in the same area as the first ever Super Bowl. Levi’s Stadium is the perfect destination for this year’s big game with it’s new, high-tech features and accommodations. But what about all the other cities for all the other years? We’ve identified three cities we’d like to see host a future Super Bowl! Let us know what you think!


At&t Stadium in Dallas


It’s been long enough. It’s about time to give Jerry Jones a shot at redemption. The host of Super Bowl 45, the brand new AT&T Stadium should have been the perfect spot. Sadly, because of poor planning and technical glitches, Dallas failed to live up to the hype. However, it’s still one of the most beautiful stadiums in the nation. It would be a shame not to see another Super Bowl here soon. A real shame.


The Circle of Indianapolis


It might be cold. That’s the worst thing you can say about the city. They hosted Super Bowl 46, and did a great job. Allegedly, the only reason Indy didn’t get Super Bowl 51 is because Minnesota has a brand new stadium being built.  And the Super Bowl Committee adores the new stadiums. Cough, cough, looking at your two-year old Levi’s Stadium. Indy has truly become something of a sports town, and not many cities can compete with a place that has hosted a Super Bowl, multiple Final Fours, Big Ten Football and Basketball Championships, and has housed European soccer matches. Looking forward, hopefully we’ll see a Super Bowl there again.




Doesn’t that look cool? Who wouldn’t want to see that stadium adorned with Super Bowl garland? Atlanta’s new stadium is coming in March of 2017. They’ve already had success with Georgia Stadium, most notably by being the host of the SEC Championship Game, the Chick-Fil-A Bowl and future Final Four Site. This new Mercedes-Benz Stadium features the largest video board in the world, and will be five stories high. The stadium will also have a folding-open roof concept. A new stadium can only add to the the great vibe of Atlanta!


If you’ve taken a fancy to this year’s Super Bowl 50 location, Levi’s Stadium, lucky for you, there are Super Bowl 50 travel Packages available for the 2015 NFL season!