Minnesota will host Super Bowl LII. The February 2018 contest will be held in the new Minnesota Stadium set to open in 2016. The Minnesota Super Bowl Bid Committee delivered the successful presentation to all 32 NFL owners in a presentation today in Atlanta following the final bid submission on May 7. Centered on the theme, “Built for the Bold,” the bid presentation highlighted the new, iconic and bold stadium as a centerpiece, and included the many bold moves Minnesotans have made in creating a destination that is ready to host the world’s biggest game.
If there’s a sport, there’s a spot for it in Minneapolis. At the core of this city beats the heart of a sports fan. Professional teams? We’ve got five. Major collegiate feel? How about the University of Minnesota. Amateur sports complexes? We have the Minneapolis Convention Center and the world’s largest amateur sports and meeting facility. More Info >>>
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