Super Bowl 52 Bid Cities Reportedly Are Indianapolis, Minneapolis, New Orleans

October 8, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The NFL whittled the list of NFL cities hoping to host Super Bowl LII from six to three on Tuesday, naming Indianapolis, Minneapolis and New Orleans as the finalists able to submit bids for the event.
Albert Breer of NFL Network first reported the news, which has yet to be confirmed by the league office:
The decision comes after the NFL listened to proposals from the six applicants this week at the NFL fall meeting in Washington D.C. In addition to the three bid cities, Dallas, Miami and Tampa Bay all expressed interest in hosting the event.    
The Miami area is tied with New Orleans for the most times having hosted a Super Bowl with 10. Tampa Bay has hosted four times, most recently in 2009. Dallas has hosted just once, when the Cowboys christened their billion-dollar AT&T Stadium (then Cowboys Stadium). 
The NFL's official website noted that a final announcement will come after the three finalists ready their propo...

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