The NFL made two location announcements this week, the first of which was a change to the 2021 Super Bowl.
Although it was originally slated for Los Angeles, because of a stadium delay, the 2021 Super Bowl will be held in Tampa, Florida, at Raymond James Stadium. Los Angeles moves back to 2022.
Here are the locations of the next five Super Bowls:
Super Bowl LII (2018) – U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota
Super Bowl LIII (2019) – Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia
Super Bowl LIV (2020) – Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida
Super Bowl LV (2021) – Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida
Super Bowl LVI (2022) – Los Angeles, California
On Wednesday, the NFL announced that the Pro Bowl would once again be held in Orlando, as it was for the first time in 2017.
"The Pro Bowl is not only a time to watch NFL greats compete live, but it is also a unique opportunity to inspire youth and the next generation of stars," said Peter O' Reilly, the NFL's senior vice president of events. "We received tremendous feedback from players, coaches, and fans about Orlando's first Pro Bowl, and we are excited to build upon that enthusiasm with a week-long festival that celebrates the entire football community."
According to a statement released by the NFL, Orlando will also once again be home to the NFL Flag Championships, the announcement of the prestigious Don Shula NFL High School Coach of the Year Award and the annual USA Football National Conference during Pro Bowl Week.