Which Cold-Country TV Market Might Get the 2014 Super Bowl?

Feb 26, 2010  •  Post A Comment

While the Super Bowl is usually played in warm weather cities like San Diego, Miami, Tampa or New Orleans, the NFL is poised to look further north for 2014.

The New York Times reports that the NFL may reward the New Jersey Meadowlands sports complex with the 2014 Super Bowl. 

The new Giants/Jets stadium will host the event, which would be the first time the biggest NFL game of the season was played in the top TV market.

The announcement could be made in May 2010. Dallas is scheduled to host in 2011, followed by Indianapolis and New Orleans. 

Allison J. Waldman


  1. The NFL should consider Pittsburgh for a cold-weather venue. Heinz Field is a great outdoor facility, snow or shine. And Pittsburgh has always looked great on TV!! Couple that with several new area hotels and a growing downtown social scene and you have a winner!!

  2. I hope Actress/Singer-Kate Shindle should sing the national anthem at the 2014 Super Bowl.

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