Which venue hosted the most Super Bowls (and which one did under 5 different names)?
Here’s a Super Bowl fact:
The Superdome hosted a record seven Super Bowls. The Big Easy is also the second city of all time in number of Big Games held (10), just behind Miami (11).
At seven Supes, the Superdome surpasses Hard Rock Stadium as the venue that has hosted the most Super Bowls. Well, “Hard Rock Stadium” has technically only hosted one Super Bowl (LIV). But before that, five Super Bowls were played at this same stadium under different names.
It was Joe Robbie Stadium in Super Bowl XXIII and XXIX, Pro Player Stadium in Super Bowl XXXIII, Dolphin Stadium in Super Bowl XLI, and Sun Life Stadium in Super Bowl XLIV.
The dome of downtown New Orleans is now known as the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. But before the company’s overlords branded their name on the stadium, it was called the Louisiana Superdome.
Mercedes-Benz, however, will not renew its deal with the Superdome, which is due to expire in July 2021. Over the next few months, the arena will seek a new naming rights partner. One interested party is Stripchat, an “adult” website. Last year, the company submitted a $ 15 million offer to put their name on the dome.
New Orleans is set to host the Super Bowl again in 2025. At that point, I doubt we have a Super Stripchat bowl.
The other site in town that has hosted three major games is Tulane Stadium, also known as the “Sugar Bowl”. In January 1970, more than 80,000 fans flocked to the stadium for Super Bowl IV, making it the busiest Super Bowl in history. Two years later, the attendance record was broken again at Tulane Stadium. But the biggest crowd in SB history has been recorded years later in Pasadena.
Super Bowls at the Superdome: 1978, 1981, 1986, 1990, 1997, 2002, 2013
Super Bowls at Tulane Stadium: 1970, 1972, 1975