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List of Super Bowl Cities and Venues

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This is a plain text List of Super Bowl Cities and Venues in order from first to last. This list begins with Los Angeles, California who played home to the first Super Bowl in 1967 when 61,946 people watched the Kansas City Chiefs fall to the Green Bay Packers 35-10. In the following section, we’ll profile the list of Super Bowl venues.

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List of Super Bowl Cities

Below we’ve included the same list of Super Bowl host cities in chronological order starting with the first city (LA) to play host to the annual spectacle. Note that this list was last updated on June 24, 2020. Please let us know if we inexplicably left out a team or matchup. Below this section will be a list of the venue names.

Los Angeles, California
Miami, Florida
Miami, Florida
New Orleans, Louisiana
Miami, Florida
New Orleans, Louisiana
Los Angeles, California
Houston, Texas
New Orleans, Louisiana
Miami, Florida
Pasadena, California
New Orleans, Louisiana
Miami, Florida
Pasadena, California
New Orleans, Louisiana
Pontiac, Michigan
Pasadena, California
Tampa, Florida
Stanford, California
New Orleans, Louisiana
Pasadena, California
San Diego, California
Miami, Florida
New Orleans, Louisiana
Tampa, Florida
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Pasadena, California
Atlanta, Georgia
Miami, Florida
Tempe, Arizona
New Orleans, Louisiana
San Diego, California
Miami, Florida
Atlanta, Georgia
Tampa, Florida
New Orleans, Louisiana
San Diego, California
Houston, Texas
Jacksonville, Florida
Detroit, Michigan
Miami Gardens, Florida
Glendale, Arizona
Tampa, Florida
Miami Gardens, Florida
Arlington, Texas
Indianapolis, Indiana
New Orleans, Louisiana
East Rutherford, New Jersey
Glendale, Arizona
Santa Clara, California
Houston, Texas
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Atlanta, Georgia
Miami Gardens, Florida
Tampa, Florida
Inglewood, California
Glendale, Arizona
New Orleans, Louisiana

Plain Text List of Super Bowl Venues in Chronological Order

Below we’ve compiled the following list of venues that hosted the Super Bowl. As with the above list, the following list is in chronological order. Note that the last four venues are confirmed but the games are yet to be played.

Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
Miami Orange Bowl
Miami Orange Bowl
Tulane Stadium
Miami Orange Bowl
Tulane Stadium
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
Rice Stadium
Tulane Stadium
Miami Orange Bowl
Rose Bowl
Louisiana Superdome
Miami Orange Bowl
Rose Bowl
Louisiana Superdome
Pontiac Silverdome
Rose Bowl
Tampa Stadium
Stanford Stadium
Louisiana Superdome
Rose Bowl
San Diego–Jack Murphy Stadium
Joe Robbie Stadium
Louisiana Superdome
Tampa Stadium
Metrodome
Rose Bowl
Georgia Dome
Joe Robbie Stadium
Sun Devil Stadium
Louisiana Superdome
Qualcomm Stadium
Pro Player Stadium
Georgia Dome
Raymond James Stadium
Louisiana Superdome
Qualcomm Stadium
Reliant Stadium
Alltel Stadium
Ford Field
Dolphin Stadium
University of Phoenix Stadium
Raymond James Stadium
Sun Life Stadium
Cowboys Stadium
Lucas Oil Stadium
Mercedes-Benz Superdome
MetLife Stadium
University of Phoenix Stadium
Levi’s Stadium
NRG Stadium
U.S. Bank Stadium
Mercedes-Benz Stadium
Hard Rock Stadium
Raymond James Stadium
SoFi Stadium
State Farm Stadium
Mercedes-Benz Superdome

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