What States Have Hosted The Most Super Bowls?

The Super Bowl is famous for being held in warmer climates, although that isn’t always the case. Domed stadiums have also hosted the Super Bowl a number of times too. But, what states have hosted the Super Bowl the most times?

Florida – 15 Times
The state of Florida hosted its first Super Bowl way back in 1967 when the Green Bay Packers defeated the Oakland Raiders 33-14 in Super Bowl II which was played in the Orange Bowl. Of the 14 Super Bowls played in Florida, ten of them have been played in Miami. The other Florida cities that have hosted the Super Bowl are Tampa and Jacksonville.

California – 11 Times
The first Super Bowl held in California was the first Super Bowl ever played, though it wasn’t called that at the time. The game took place in 1966 in Los Angeles and featured the Green Bay Packers defeating the Kansas City Chiefs by the score of 35-10. Los Angeles has hosted the big game twice, Palo Alto once, Pasadena five times, and San Diego three times.

Louisiana – 9 Times
The state of Louisiana hosted the Super Bowl for the first time in 1969 when in Super Bowl IV the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Minnesota Vikings by the score of 23-7. All nine Louisiana Super Bowls have been played in New Orleans, the first three in Tulane Stadium and the last six in the Louisiana Superdome.

Other states and how many times they have hosted the Super Bowl:

Arizona – 2 (Glendale 1, Tempe 1)
Georgia – 2 (Atlanta 2)
Michigan – 2 (Detroit 1, Pontiac 1)
Texas – 2 (Houston 2)
Minnesota – 1 (Minneapolis 1)

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