Top 5 Super Bowl Host Cities

Hall of Fame Magazine has decided to rank the Top 5 Super Bowl Host Cities. Los Angeles comes in at #5. Pretty cool, until you think about it, and realize that the last time the big game was anywhere near here was 1993. In Pasadena. In fact, 5 out of the 7 Super Bowls hosted by L.A. were held in the Rose Bowl.

The last time the game actually took place in Los Angeles? 1973 at the Coliseum. In Super Bowl VII, the Miami Dolphins became the first team in the NFL to finish the season undefeated by squeaking one past the Washington Redskins, 14-7.

Thanks anyway for thinking of us, HOFM. Can you put in a good word for us at the next NFL expansion meeting?

Hall of Fame Magazine’s Top 5 Super Bowl Host Cities:

  1. New Orleans
  2. Miami
  3. San Diego
  4. Tampa
  5. Los Angeles

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  1. Learn something new everyday: I did not realize Miami concluded its remarkable season here in Los Angeles. Here’s hoping the Giants can keep the Dolphins’ as the only team to go undefeated from start to finish.

    I do remember the only Super Bowl my Los Angeles Rams were in and that was in 1980 at the Rose Bowl where they actually came close to beating the favored Steelers. After that they moved to Anaheim and I haven’t given a shit about them since.

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