Super Bowl Venues: The Cities & Stadiums from 1967 to 2025

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By Football Tripper USA
Last Updated: July 8, 2021

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This page is a complete list of all Superbowl venues from the very first edition in 1967 all the way to the upcoming host stadiums in 2025 and beyond.

Sorted by decade, we have included links to our full stadium guides as and when available. Naturally a large number of venues have changed over the years, with the 1990s being a turning point for the modern NFL stadiums it would appear based on our gaps!

Enjoy our reference table and don’t forget to share if it was useful or insightful.

Super Bowl Venues by Decade

The 2020s: 54 – 63

 

Year Location Stadium Winners Losers Attendance
2020 Miami Gardens, Florida Hard Rock Stadium Kansas City Chiefs San Francisco 49ers 62,417
2021 Tampa, Florida Raymond James Stadium Tampa Bay Buccaneers Kansas City Chiefs 24,835
2022 Inglewood, California TBD
2023 Glendale, Arizona State Farm Stadium
2024 TBD TBD
2025 New Orleans, Louisiana Mercedes-Benz Superdome

 

The 2010s: 44 – 53

Year Location Stadium Winners Losers Attendance
2019 Atlanta, Georgia Mercedes-Benz Stadium New England Patriots Los Angeles Rams 70,081
2018 Minneapolis, Minnesota U.S Bank Stadium Philadelphia Eagles New England Patriots 67,612
2017 Houston, Texas NRG Stadium New England Patriots Atlanta Falcons 70,807
2016 Santa Clara, California Levi’s Stadium Denver Broncos Carolina Panthers 71,088
2015 Glendale, Arizona University of Phoenix Stadium New England Patriots Seattle Seahawks 70,288
2014 East Rutherford, New Jersey MetLife Stadium Seattle Seahawks Denver Broncos 82,529
2013 New Orleans, Louisiana Mercedes-Benz Superdome Baltimore Ravens San Francisco 49ers 71,024
2012 Indianapolis, Indiana Lucas Oil Stadium New York Giants New England Patriots 68,658
2011 Arlington, Texas Cowboys Stadium Green Bay Packers Pittsburgh Steelers 103,219
2010 Miami Gardens, Florida Sun Life Stadium New Orleans Saints Indianapolis Colts 70,774

 

The 2000s: 34 – 43

Year Location Stadium Winners Losers Attendance
2009 Tampa, Florida Raymond James Stadium Pittsburgh Steelers Arizona Cardinals 70,774
2008 Glendale, Arizona University of Phoenix Stadium New York Giants New England Patriots 71,101
2007 Miami Gardens, Florida Dolphin Stadium Indianapolis Colts Chicago Bears 74,512
2006 Detroit, Michigan Ford Field Pittsburgh Steelers Seattle Seahawks 68,206
2005 Jacksonville, Florida Alltel Stadium New England Patriots Philadelphia Eagles 78,125
2004 Houston, Texas Reliant Stadium New England Patriots Carolina Panthers 71,525
2003 San Diego, California Qualcomm Stadium Tampa Bay Buccaneers Oakland Raiders 67,603
2002 New Orleans, Louisiana Louisiana Superdome New England Patriots St Louis Rams 72,922
2001 Tampa, Florida Raymond James Stadium Baltimore Ravens New York Giants 71,921
2000 Atlanta, Georgia Georgia Dome St Louis Rams Tennessee Titans 72,625

 

The 1990s: 24 – 33

Year Location Stadium Winners Losers Attendance
1999 Miami, Florida Pro Player Stadium Denver Broncos Atlanta Falcons 74,803
1998 San Diego, California Qualcomm Stadium Denver Broncos Green Bay Packers 68,912
1997 New Orleans, Louisiana Louisiana Superdome Green Bay Packers New England Patriots 72,301
1996 Tempe, Arizona Sun Devil Stadium Dallas Cowboys Pittsburgh Steelers 76,347
1995 Miami, Florida Joe Robbie Stadium San Francisco 49ers San Diego Chargers 74,107
1994 Atlanta, Georgia Georgia Dome Dallas Cowboys Buffalo Bills 72,817
1993 Pasadena, California Rose Bowl Dallas Cowboys Buffalo Bills 98,374
1992 Minneapolis, Minnesota Metrodome Washington Redskins Buffalo Bills 63,130
1991 Tampa, Florida Tampa Stadium New York Giants Buffalo Bills 73,813
1990 New Orleans, Louisiana Louisiana Superdome San Francisco 49ers Denver Broncos 72,919

 

The 1980s: 14 – 23

Year Location Stadium Winners Losers Attendance
1989 Miami, Florida Joe Robbie Stadium San Francisco 49ers Cincinnati Bengals 75,129
1988 San Diego, California San Diego-Jack Murphy Stadium Washington Redskins Denver Broncos 73,302
1987 Pasadena, California Rose Bowl New York Giants Denver Broncos 101,063
1986 New Orleans, Louisiana Louisiana Superdome Chicago Bears New England Patriots 73,818
1985 Stanford, California Stanford Stadium San Francisco 49ers Miami Dolphins 84,059
1984 Tampa, Florida Tampa Stadium Los Angeles Raiders Washington Redskins 72,920
1983 Pasadena, California Rose Bowl Washington Redskins Miami Dolphins 103,667
1982 Pontiac, Michigan Pontiac Silverdome San Francisco 49ers Cincinnati Bengals 81,270
1981 New Orleans, Louisiana Louisiana Superdome Oakland Raiders Philadelphia Eagles 76,135
1980 Pasadena, California Rose Bowl Pittsburgh Steelers Los Angeles Rams 103,985

 

The 1970s: 4 – 13

Year Location Stadium Winners Losers Attendance
1979 Miami, Florida Miami Orange Bowl Pittsburgh Steelers Los Angeles Rams 79,484
1978 New Orleans, Louisiana Louisiana Superdome Dallas Cowboys Denver Broncos 76,400
1977 Pasadena, California Rose Bowl Oakland Raiders Minnesota Vikings 103,438
1976 Miami, Florida Miami Orange Bowl Pittsburgh Steelers Dallas Cowboys 80,187
1975 New Orleans, Louisiana Tulane Stadium Pittsburgh Steelers Minnesota Vikings 80,997
1974 Houston, Texas Rice Stadium Miami Dolphins Minnesota Vikings 71,882
1973 Los Angeles, California Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Miami Dolphins Washington Redskins 90,182
1972 New Orleans, Louisiana Tulane Stadium Dallas Cowboys Miami Dolphins 81,023
1971 Miami, Florida Miami Orange Bowl Baltimore Colts Dallas Cowboys 79,204
1970 New Orleans, Louisiana Tulane Stadium Kansas City Chiefs Minnesota Vikings 80,562

 

The 1960s: 1 – 3

The first three “Super Bowls” were technically “AFL-NFL World Championship Games” and only officially became “Super Bowls” in 1970 after two major leagues (AFL and NFL) merged in 1970.

Year Location Stadium Winners Losers Attendance
1969 Miami, Florida Miami Orange Bowl New York Jets Baltimore Colts 75,389
1968 Miami, Florida Miami Orange Bowl Green Bay Packers Oakland Raiders 75,546
1967 Los Angeles, California Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Green Bay Packers Kansas City Chiefs 61,946

 

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