The Most Popular Super Bowl Stadiums

With the 2015 Super Bowl coming up in a few days in Glendale, Arizona, one of the questions we are often asked is: “Which Stadium has hosted the most Super Bowls?”, and “How many different stadiums have hosted the Super Bowl?”.

The answer to these questions can be found in the listing below, starting with the stadiums which have hosted the least number of Super Bowls, all the way to the top of the chart:

Stadium & Location Super Bowls Year(s)
Alltel Stadium/EverBank Field – Jacksonville FL 1 2005
Cowboys/AT&T Stadium – Arlington TX 1 2011
Ford Field – Detroit MI 1 2006
Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome – Minneapolis MN 1 1992
Lucas Oil Stadium – Indianapolis IN 1 2012
MetLife Stadium – East Rutherford NJ 1 2014
Pontiac Silverdome – Pontiac MI 1 1982
Reliant/NRG Stadium – Houston TX 1 2004
Rice Stadium – Houston TX 1 1974
Stanford Stadium – Stanford CA 1 1985
Sun Devil Stadium – Tempe AZ 1 1996
Georgia Dome – Atlanta GA 2 1994; 2000
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum – Los Angeles CA 2 1967; 1973
Raymond James Stadium – Tampa FL 2 2001; 2009
Tampa Stadium – Tampa FL 2 1984; 1991
University of Phoenix Stadium – Glendale AZ 2 2008; 2015
Jack Murphy/Qualcomm Stadium – San Diego CA 3 1988; 1998; 2003
Tulane Stadium – New Orleans LA 3 1970; 1972; 1975
Joe Robbie/Pro Player/Dolphin/Sun Life Stadium – Miami Gardens FL 5 1989; 1995; 1999; 2007; 2010
Miami Orange Bowl – Miami FL 5 1968; 1969; 1971; 1976; 1979
Rose Bowl – Pasadena CA 5 1977; 1980; 1983; 1987; 1993
Louisiana/Mercedes-Benz Superdome – New Orleans LA 7 1978; 1981; 1986; 1990; 1997; 2002; 2013

So the answer to the question “Which Stadium has hosted the most Super Bowls” is the Louisiana/Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, LA. The Superdome has hosted a record 7 Super Bowls.

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