What city hosted the most Super Bowls?
Which cities have hosted the most Super Bowls?
10 Miami (5 at Orange Bowl, 2 at Joe Robbie Stadium, 1 at Dolphin Stadium, 1 at Pro Player Stadium, 1 at Sun Life Stadium)
10 New Orleans (7 at Superdome, 3 at Tulane Stadium)
7 Los Angeles (5 at Rose Bowl, 2 at Memorial Coliseum)
4 Tampa, Fla. (2 at Raymond James Stadium, 2 at Tampa Stadium)
2 Atlanta (Georgia Dome)
2 San Diego (Qualcomm Stadium)
2 Houston (1 at Reliant Stadium, 1 at Rice Stadium)
2 Glendale, Ariz. (University of Phoenix Stadium)
1 Jacksonville, Fla. (Alltel Stadium)
1 Arlington, Texas (Cowboys Stadium)
1 Detroit (Ford Field)
1 San Diego (Jack Murphy Stadium)
1 Indianapolis (Lucas Oil Stadium)
1 East Rutherford, N.J. (MetLife Stadium)
1 Minneapolis (Metrodome)
1 Pontiac, Mich. (Silverdome)
1 Stanford, Calif. (Stanford Stadium)
1 Tempe, Ariz. (Sun Devil Stadium)
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