The Hard Rock Stadium was home venue of the Dolphins and was originally called Joe Robbie Stadium when it was built in 1987. The stadium has been renamed over seven times and has hosted five Super Bowls since open. Meanwhile, the old Miami Orange Bowl has hosted South Florida’s other five Super Bowls.
Super Bowl 2020 odds
No team has ever hosted a Super Bowl in its own city. That won’t occur in 2020, as the Dolphins didn’t success to make the playoffs.
In the preseason, the 49ers started at +4500 to win the Super Bowl in 2020. That declined below +350 at most sportsbooks when the postseason started, as San Francisco was the last undefeated club that stayed in the regular season and entered the playoff games as u No. 1 seed in the NFC. For the Super Bowl, San Francisco began as a 1 1/2-point underdog against Kansas City.
The over/under points total for Super Bowl 54 was defined at 53 points.
When the NFL considers venues for hosting future Super Bowl, many requirements must be fulfilled by potential cities, including their venues capacity and their accommodations. Stadium capacity and quality are among the priorities, which is the reason why several of the next five Super Bowls will be hosted in either new or recently renovated stadiums.
That’s after all the reason why Minnesota was awarded to host Super Bowl 52 in 2018; same for Super Bowl 53 hosted by Atlanta, Super Bowl 54 hosted by Miami and Super Bowl 56 hosted by Los Angeles. Weather is also being an important factor when the NFL considers future Super Bowl venues.
That will be the criteria again to choose location in 2020, when the Super Bowl will be hosted in a recently renovated stadium and in ideally warm weather.