Quick, how many different NFL stadiums have hosted a Super Bowl?
If you said 18, well, you’d be wrong. But if you said 19, then you’re officially a Super Bowl junkie. Nineteen stadiums—that’s almost half of all the Super Bowls played. We’ll take a peek at each, but first, some other cool facts about Super Bowl stadiums:
- Ten stadiums have hosted just one Super Bowl (Cowboys Stadium will be the 11th).
- The Louisiana Superdome has hosted the most Super Bowls at six.
- It has been 36 years since the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum has been home to a Super Bowl—the longest break for any stadium.
- No team has ever played the Super Bowl in its home stadium.
- Just eight different states have hosted a Super Bowl.
- Three Super Bowl stadiums have been demolished: Tulane Stadium in 1979, Tampa Stadium in 1999, and the Miami Orange Bowl in 2008.
FUN FACT: The stadium’s attendance record of 85,412 actually was set during the 2007 Gator Bowl between Florida State and Alabama.
XXXIX: New England 24, Philadelphia 21
Dolphin Stadium/Joe Robbie Stadium/Pro Player Stadium
FUN FACT: This stadium has been named and renamed seven times, and has also been called “Dolphin” Stadium and “Dolphins” Stadium.
XXIII: San Francisco 20, Cincinnati 16
XXIX: San Francisco 49, San Diego 26
XXXIII: Denver 34, Atlanta 19
XLI: Indianapolis 29, Chicago 17
XLIV: New Orleans 31, Indianapolis 17
FUN FACT: WrestleMania 23 set a Ford Field attendance record of 80,103 in 2007.
XL: Pittsburgh 21, Seattle 10
FUN FACT: In 2006, the Georgia Dome hosted two college bowl games and one NFL game within four days.
XXVIII: Dallas 30, Buffalo 13
XXXIV: St. Louis 23, Tennessee 16
Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome
FUN FACT: The Metrodome is the only venue to host an MLB All-Star Game, a Super Bowl, an NCAA Final Four, and a World Series.
XXVI: Washington 37, Buffalo 24
Raymond James Stadium
FUN FACT: The stadium features a 103-foot, 43–ton replica pirate ship.
XXXV: Baltimore 34, New York Giants 7
XLIII: Pittsburgh 27, Arizona 23
FUN FACT: The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo is a co-tenant of Reliant Stadium along with the Houston Texans.
XXXVIII: New England 32, Carolina 29
CAPACITY: 47,000 (70,000 at time of Super Bowl VIII)
FUN FACT: On September 12, 1962, at Rice Stadium, President John F. Kennedy gave his speech challenging America to send a man
to the moon by the end of the decade.
VIII: Miami 24, Minnesota 7
FUN FACT: Super Bowl XIV set an NFL postseason attendance record of 103,985. The Rose Bowl is the oldest Super Bowl venue.
XI: Oakland 32, Minnesota 14
XIV: Pittsburgh 31, Los Angeles Rams 19
XVII: Washington 27, Miami 17
XXI: N.Y. Giants 39, Denver 20
XXVII: Dallas 52, Buffalo 17
OPENED: 1921 (renovated, 2005)
FUN FACT: Stanford Stadium is one of two venues (the Rose Bowl is the other) to host a Super Bowl without previously being the home stadium for an NFL or AFL team.
XIX: San Francisco 38, Miami 16
Jack Murphy Stadium/Qualcomm Stadium
FUN FACT: Qualcomm has been home to the San Diego Padres, San Diego Chargers, Holiday Bowl, and the Poinsettia Bowl.
XXII: Washington 42, Denver 10
XXXII: Denver 31, Green Bay 24
XXXVII: Tampa Bay 48, Oakland 21
FUN FACT: The Superdome is the largest fixed domed structure in the world.
XII: Dallas 27, Denver 10
XV: Oakland 27, Philadelphia 10
XX: Chicago 46, New England 10
XXIV: San Francisco 55, Denver 10
XXXI: Green Bay 35, New England 21
XXXVI: New England 20, St. Louis 17
FUN FACT: The Coliseum is the only sports venue to host Olympic Games, Super Bowls, and a World Series.
I: Green Bay 35, Kansas City 10
VII: Miami 14, Washington 7
FUN FACT: The Orange Bowl hosted three Super Bowls (II, III and V) within four years.
II: Green Bay 33, Oakland 14
III: New York Jets 16, Baltimore 7
V: Baltimore 16, Dallas 13
X: Pittsburgh 21, Dallas 17
XIII: Pittsburgh 35, Dallas 31
FUN FACT: WrestleMania III set the largest indoor attendance record for a sporting event with 93,173 fans at the Silverdome in 1987.
XVI: San Francisco 26, Cincinnati 21
Sun Devil Stadium
FUN FACT: Sun Devil Stadium was featured in the 1996 film, Jerry Maguire, as character Rod Tidwell’s (a Cardinals receiver) home stadium.
XXX: Dallas 27, Pittsburgh 17
FUN FACT: The stadium’s original resident was the Tampa University Spartans football team, but the football program was disbanded in 1974.
XVIII: Los Angeles Raiders 38, Washington 9
XXV: New York Giants 20, Buffalo 19
FUN FACT: Super Bowl IX (in 1975) was the last game from a professional sports league ever played at the stadium.
IV: Kansas City 23, Minnesota 7
VI: Dallas 24, Miami 3
IX: Pittsburgh 16, Minnesota 6
University of Phoenix Stadium
FUN FACT: In 2006, the University of Phoenix acquired the naming rights to the stadium, paying $154.5 million over 20 years.
XLII: N.Y. Giants 17, New England 14