Attracting such an important event as Super Bowl is a high stake for any important city in the US. But meeting the NFL’s strict standards is just a part of the game that cities with such ambitions should live up to. Here are 11 cities that should receive the honor to host the next Super Bowl.
1. San Francisco, California
The new 68,500 seating stadium under construction in Santa Clara, makes San Francisco a city to be reckoned with when it comes to future hosts for Super Bowl games. The city attractions and amenities are more than up to par and San Francisco is already on a mission to become a host for a Super Bowl (which has not happened since 1985).