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Top 11 Cities That Should Get to Host the Next Super Bowl

3. Seattle, Washington

With a February average temperature of 50 degrees, Seattle is probably too close for comfort when it comes to meeting NFL’s standards for hosting a Super Bowl. However, its very loyal fan base, and its very pretty venues recommend it as a potential host for this famous sports event.

With its 67,000 seating capacity (expandable to 72,000), the Seahawks Stadium is ideal for hosting a Super Bowl. Also, there are plenty of hotel rooms in the area where the stadium is located, so it would be possible for Seattle to become a very good host for one of the future Super Bowls.

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