It’s now official that the 2023 Super Bowl will be held in Arizona. The news was released during the official announcement by the Super Bowl LVII officials. The host stadium will be the Arizona Cardinal State Farm Stadium in Glendale. The start date will be February 12, 2023. The last time when Arizona hosted Super Bowl was in 2015.
Sports betting in Michigan will be ready with the odds
Super Bowl fans from Michigan who will not make it to Arizona will watch the event live on their screens. Sports betting in Michigan is legal, and fans will get a chance to place bets on the 2023 annual NFL playoff championship. Fans will choose their odds before or during each game. Super Bowl events usually attract some of the best odds.
The planning committee is all set
The Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee is all set to host the event. The committee is now authorized to plan and execute a successful Super Bowl 2023. The team collaborates with the NFL, national, and local stakeholders to make sure every attendee gets the best experience.
The president and CEO of the host committee, Jay Parry, said the 2023 event seems like it will happen in a week. All in all, the committee is ready to give fans a greater impact than what they experienced in 2015. The Super Bowl 2022 was held in California at the SoFI Stadium.
This will be the third time the Super Bowl event will be held at the State Farm Stadium in Glendale. It will be the fourth time for Arizona to host the event. The first event was Super Bowl XXX held in 1996 in Temple, at the Sun Devil Stadium.
The second event was the Super Bowl XLII held in 2008 at the State Farm Stadium. The 2015 event was dubbed Super Bowl XLIX and was held at the same stadium. The State Farm Stadium will host the event for the third time in 2023.
The 2015 Super Bowl event produced the best revenue
Super Bowl events usually record impressive revenue from ticket sales, hotel bookings, and NFL betting. The 2015 event in Arizona recorded the highest revenue generated from NFL events in recent history. The event generated $719.4 million, which caused a significant economic impact on any recently held special event in Arizona State.
This could have played a role in the committee’s decision to host the event in Arizona for the fourth time. The committee is targeting to raise $50 million in the 2023 event. The State Farm Stadium was formerly known as the University of Phoenix Stadium.