Date Announced for Super Bowl LVII in Arizona

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Super Bowl LVII now has an official date and location.

The game will be played inside the State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona on Sunday, February 12, 2023.

Arizona was chosen as the host of Super Bowl LVII back in 2018. This will mark the fourth time that the big game will go down in The Grand Canyon State. State Farm Stadium, meanwhile, has hosted the Super Bowl three times previously.

While the location of Super Bowl LVII has been known for some time, the precise date of the game was unclear until Wednesday, when The National Football League (NFL) and the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee revealed it will go down on February 12.

Super Bowls were previously played in the first week of February, but have been bumped back one week to accommodate the NFL’s new 17-game calendar, which kicks off in the fall.

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“The selection of the date for Super Bowl LVII means we are getting closer to the event all of Arizona is anticipating,” David Rousseau, Chairman of the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee, said in a statement from the Arizona Cardinals and the host committee (via USA Today). “The exposure and economic impact it brings to our region is unmatched and so is the level of community support required to execute such a massive undertaking.”

The next Super Bowl, Super Bowl LVI, will emanate from Los Angeles‘ SoFi Stadium on Feb. 13, 2022.

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