Who’s ready for next season?
As the Kansas City Chiefs continue to celebrate their 34-31 win over Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl 57, football fans are already looking forward to next season and the chance to play for a championship in Super Bowl 58.
But where will the 32 NFL teams be vying to play at the end of the 2023 NFL season? The teams that do make it to the title game next year will not only be part of Super Bowl stadium history, but will be playing the game in a new city and state.
Here’s what to know about next season’s title game:
Where will Super Bowl 58 be played?
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Super Bowl 58 will be in the Sin City, as it will be played at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas – home of the Las Vegas Raiders – next to the Las Vegas Strip.
It will be the first time Allegiant Stadium will host the Super Bowl, as the stadium opened in 2020.
When is Super Bowl 58?
Super Bowl 58 is expected to be played on Feb. 11, 2024.
Super Bowl 58 will be the first in Nevada
Super Bowl 58 will be the first time Las Vegas and the state of Nevada will be hosting a Super Bowl, making Nevada the 11th state to have hosted a Super Bowl.
Las Vegas will be the 19th city to host a Super Bowl, and Allegiant Stadium will be the 27th stadium to host the game.
‘Everyone will want to be there’
Chris Leyden, director of consumer strategy at SeatGeek, previously told USA TODAY he believes the average ticket price in 2024 will be much higher previous years.
‘Everything in Vegas always sells really well. It doesn’t matter who’s playing in that game, everyone will want to be there,’ Leyden said. ‘I think it’s safe to assume that Vegas will set a new high watermark that’ll probably hold for some time.’
Future Super Bowl sites
Other than Super Bowl 58, Super Bowl 59 is the only future Super Bowl site the NFL has released.
Super Bowl 59 will be at the Caesars Superdome in New Orleans on Feb. 9, 2025.
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