Report: NFL owners to vote on moving next New Orleans Super Bowl back one year to 2025
NFL owners are scheduled to vote on a plan Wednesday to move Super Bowl LVIII in ’24 out of New Orleans because of a conflict with Mardi Gras, reports Sports Business Daily.
The move would push the host date back one year to 2025.
New Orleans was awarded the 2024 game in May of 2018 but the NFL’s new labor contract with the NFLPA allows for a 17th game to be added to the schedule as early as ’21. An extended season would put the 2024 Super Bowl just two days before Mardi Gras.
The new Allegiant Stadium in Las vegas is rumored by SBD as a likely 2024 replacement for the Crescent City. The next Super Bowl in New Orleans will be the city’s 11th time, matching Miami for most ever.
Future Super Bowl hosts:
2021: Raymond James Stadium in Tampa
2022: SoFi Stadium near Los Angeles
2023: State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Ariz.
2024: Superdome in New Orleans
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