NFL owners chose the cities for the next five Super Bowls on Tuesday (May 24).
Of the cities and stadiums chosen, two aren’t even completed yet. The Atlanta Falcons and Los Angeles Rams are both building new stadiums, and will get the NFL’s championship games in 2019 and 2021, respectively.
Below is the list of where Super Bowls LI-LV will be played, via ESPN.
Super Bowl LI (2017): NRG Stadium, Houston
Super Bowl LII (2018): U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis
Super Bowl LIII (2019): Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta
Super Bowl LIV (2020): New Miami Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida
Super Bowl LV (2021): Rams’ new stadium, Inglewood, California