2. Washington, D.C.
The nation’s capital has more and more supporters when it comes to the arduous debate of which city should host a Super Bowl. FedExField is the second largest NFL stadium, with an 85,000 seating capacity. Currently under a new modernization project, the Redskins home stadium promises to become even a better fit for large sports events.
While many comment on the fact that cold weather would not be a good fit for Super Bowl, Washington is one of cities that should be in the cards for hosting such an event.