The Arizona Cardinals could get a shot in 2023 to play in their home stadium for Super Bowl LVII.
According to Albert Breer, the state of Arizona will be awarded Super Bowl LVII, while New Orleans will host Super Bowl LVIII.
Source: NFL will vote to award Super Bowl LVII to Arizona and Super Bowl LVIII to New Orleans at the Atlanta meetings. (@dkaplanSBJ was on it earlier)— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) May 21, 2018
The last Super Bowl hosted in Arizona was in 2015, when the New England Patriots best the Seattle Seahawks 28-24.
When the announcement comes, it will be eight years between Super Bowl hosting duties for the state and the third Super Bowl for the City of Glendale.
Arizona and New Orleans are two of the favorite locations for teams and media to hold the Super Bowl, but with the initiative to reward the new stadiums have been out of the rotation.
The next six Super Bowl locations as of now:
2019 - Atlanta
2020 - Miami
2021 - Tampa Bay
2022- Los Angeles
2023 - Glendale
2024 - New Orleans
Should be fun to see the Cardinals win their fifth Super Bowl in a row live in their home stadium.