These Cities Have Hosted the Big Game the Most Times

by Mahogany WaldonFebruary 1, 2018

Are you ready for some football? If not, you still have a few days left to prepare for the biggest night in sports. This year’s Big Game will take place February 4th, and here at Homes.com, we’ve got you covered with all your super duper fun football facts about the Big Game.
A map highlighting the cities that have hosted the most Big Games.
This year, the Philadelphia Eagles are taking on the New England Patriots. Surprisingly, neither team took one of our spots as a city that has hosted the most Games of all Games, but check out the cities that did below.

New Orleans (Saints) and Miami (Dolphins) are tied as the two cities that have hosted the game the most. New Orleans’ days of hosting have gone back to as early as 1975 when the game was played at Tulane Stadium (since demolished). The city also hosted the Big Game at the Lousiana Superdome that seats over 70, 000 fans! Talk about FANdemonium!  In Miami, the game has been held at the city’s Orange Bowl (demolished in 2008) and the Hard Rock Stadium. Both of these cities also offer the best of the best in Southern comfort and if you’re in either city, there’s plenty to do.

Los Angeles (Rams) has hosted seven Big Games in its Los Angeles Memorial  (demolished) and Rose Bowl Stadiums.

Tampa (Buccaneers) has hosted four Big Games at the Raymond James Stadium. The last Big Game Tampa hosted was in 2009.

San Diego (Chargers), Houston (Texans), and Phoenix (Arizona Cardinals) are tied with hosting three Big Games a piece in their respective cities.

We know many football fans have team preferences, but did you know that sports fans also have home preferences? Check out the data we’ve compiled around popular NFL teams and what type of homes their fans prefer, find out which teams have the most Big Game wins!

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Mahogany Waldon
Mahogany is a Content Marketing Coordinator for homes.com. In her spare time, Mahogany enjoys reading, writing poetry, blogging, traveling and loves a good southern idiom. Mahogany is also a certified Reiki practitioner and enjoys all things supernatural.

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