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NFL expected to award Super Bowls 57 and 58 to Glendale and New Orleans

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The Patriots have played Super Bowls in both venues before.

Louisiana Superdome

Over the next two days, the NFL’s owners will meet in Atlanta to talk about a variety of topics including future Super Bowl sites: The ownership congregation will vote on two the host cities for Super Bowls 57 (2023 season) and 58 (2024 season) – but according to Sports Business Daily's Daniel Kaplan, the decisions have already been made before the vote takes place: Glendale will host Super Bowl 57; New Orleans will host Super Bowl 58.

With the two cities to be confirmed later today, we now know the sites of the next six title games:

2019 (Super Bowl LIII): Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta GA

2020 (Super Bowl LIV): Hard Rock Stadium, Miami FL

2021 (Super Bowl LV): Raymond James Stadium, Tampa FL

2022 (Super Bowl LVI): Los Angeles Stadium, Inglewood CA

2023 (Super Bowl LVII): University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale AZ

2024 (Super Bowl LVIII): Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans LA

Both University of Phoenix Stadium and Mercedes-Benz Superdome are no strangers to turning into pro football's biggest stage: While Glendale was the host city in 2008 and 2015, New Orleans will host its eleventh title game following the 2024 season – the eighth overall in the Superdome and its first since a power outage caused a 34-minute delay in the third quarter of Super Bowl 47.

The New England Patriots are also familiar with the venues, as the team played a combined five of its ten total Super Bowls in one of the two stadiums: New England lost Super Bowls 20 and 31 at the Superdome before coming back to win Super Bowl 36. The team also lost its first title game at University of Phoenix Stadium (42) before winning the title in Super Bowl 49.