Both the spectators at Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada, and the millions of people watching the Super Bowl on their screens around the world noted the “glamorous” side of Las Vegas, the city that will host the Super Bowl on Sunday took place, and you will probably have to get used to it.
After the Kansas City Chiefs' win against the San Francisco 49ers, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell expressed the possibility of bringing the game back to the City of Vice within a few years. To say Sunday's event was a success in the eyes of the league is an understatement.
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“It's fair to say the NFL is expecting to come back here, it's been an incredible success,” said Goodell, who highlighted the contribution of Las Vegas franchise owner Mark Davis. This would not have been possible without the support of the Raiders. As I've mentioned all week, he spoke before his team moved [en provenance d’Oakland] how important it is to hold a Super Bowl here. You could feel the energy, the warm welcome.”
“You did it!” he added.
The bar will therefore be high for New Orleans, which will host the annual finals in 2025. The game will then be played in Santa Clara (where the San Francisco 49ers play) in 2026 and in Los Angeles the following year.