Super Bowl 58 will be held in Las Vegas in February 2024

With Super Bowl LVII finally here, it’s never too early to focus on Super Bowl LVIII. The Lombardi Trophy hasn’t even been presented yet and we’re already looking at 2024. You can even bet on who will win Super Bowl LVIII in 2024, the Chiefs are the favorites in DraftKings Sportsbook, followed by the Bills, 49ers and Eagles (in that order). ).

Super Bowl LVIII has to be one of the most memorable and flashy Super Bowl weeks in history as the big game is heading to Las Vegas. Super Bowl LVIII will take place on February 11, 2024 at Allegiant Stadium, home of the Las Vegas Raiders.

That’s right, Las Vegas baby. Elvis meets Vince Lombardi. It’s going to be epic.

While this is the first Super Bowl in Las Vegas, don’t expect it to be the last. Certainly, Desert will be placed in the league’s Super Bowl rotation. Yep, expect it to be a jackpot win for the league, the city, and the throngs of fans who descend on the Strip for their own wild adventure. 80 for Brady he meets The Hangover.

In fact, the NFL has fully embraced Las Vegas as an event center in the three seasons since the Raiders moved to southern Nevada after leaving Oakland.

2023 NFL Pro Bowl Games

Pro Bowl flag football game at Allegiant Stadium on February 5, 2023
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The last two Pro Bowls have been held at Allegiant Stadium and the Las Vegas Strip has hosted the 2022 NFL Draft.

It’s easy to see why the city has become the perfect NFL host city for major events.

Las Vegas parties like no other city in the country. It’s big enough to host all the events that accompany the Super Bowl weeks, and there are more hotel beds than necessary. The weather must be mild and pleasant for all practices for the two participating teams and Allegiant Stadium is a new home in a domed stadium (which the NFL wants for the Super Bowls).

There is nothing no like the idea of ​​a Super Bowl in Las Vegas. The city will handle it perfectly. Last week, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said he would never try to downplay the size of the Las Vegas Super Bowl because he knows anything is possible there.

Yes, Las Vegas is ideal for an event of this magnitude, but it’s still amazing that we’re here. It wasn’t that long ago that the NFL and Las Vegas were a taboo notion. The NFL was vehemently against the idea of ​​betting and turned a blind eye to the fact that one of the reasons the game is so popular is because of the gambling element. They shunned casinos and even banned gamblers from hosting fantasy conventions.

But after the Raiders were the oddball team in the race to return to Los Angeles when the Rams and Chargers were selected in 2016, Las Vegas has emerged as a legitimate contender for the Raiders. Once the league saw how financially beneficial the Raiders’ move to Sin City was for both the franchise and the league, it suddenly softened its stance on the forbidden city and the game in general. Now the league and gambling companies partner and the idea of ​​NFL games being played in the gaming mecca of the world is embraced by the league.

Next year’s Super Bowl will be the culmination of this wild marriage. But again, get used to it. The Super Bowl and the Strip are just getting started,

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