When is Super Bowl 2023? The NFL Divisional Playoff round is set to get underway this weekend and that has millions of fans asking, just when is the big game being played this year?
When is the big game?
The NFL championship game is scheduled to take place on February 12, 2023, from State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. So you still have plenty of time to make all of those party arrangements, fill out those Super Bowl squares, and plan that big menu!
State Farm Stadium, home of the Arizona Cardinals, last hosted the Super Bowl back in 2015, and what a game that was! Patriot fans remember it well as it was the site of the famous Malcolm Butler interception that sealed the New England Patriots fourth title. It also is a play that is still discussed by Seahawks fans everywhere to this day. Why in the world Russell Wilson would pass the ball when you could pound the rock with Marshawn Lynch? The world will never know.
Well, that’s the beauty of the big game. You just never know what’s going to happen!
Super Bowl Future Dates and Cities
While we know that this year’s big game is being played in Glendale, Arizona, just where are the next two Super Bowls being played? We have the answer.
Super Bowl 58 will be played in Allegiant Stadium, home of the Las Vegas Raiders. Las Vegas, Nevada, which has always been known more as a place where many would head for a wild weekend of gambling, drinking, and possibly some things that are still illegal in many states is slowly becoming a powerhouse for sports.
The NHL has a growing base with the Vegas Knights, and of course, the Raiders are now bringing hometown NFL action. With rumors that the Oakland A’s may be moving to Vegas, the Silver State is proving that they can compete with any of the top sports cities in the US.
- Super Bowl LVII: February 12, 2023, State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Arizona
- Super Bowl LVIII: February 10, 2024, Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas, Nevada
- Super Bowl LIX: February 9, 2025, Caesars Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana
The 2025 Super Bowl will take place in New Orleans. The home of the Saints was originally set to host Super Bowl 58 in 2024. However, due to conflicts with the Mardi Gras celebration, it was moved to 2025.