Every Super Bowl since 2003 has been organized during the first week of February while during 1967-2003, almost all Super Bowl were organized in January.
The Super Bowl in 2020 marked the second time it was hosted on Feb. 2nd which is the same date six years ago, the Seahawks defeated the Broncos in New York in the Super Bowl 48.
As usual, the Super Bowl in 2020 was hosted one week after the Pro Bowl in Orlando and two weeks after the AFC and NFC championship tournaments. The next notable event of NFL in 2020 will be the NFL Combine in Indianapolis.
The 2020 NFL league year starts on March 18, about one month after the 2019 season finished with Super Bowl 54 in Miami.
The Super Bowl in 2020 will be hosted in a city that’s no stranger to America’s fans – the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla., a city situated in north-central Miami-Dade County approximately 15 miles up I-95 from central Miami. The stadium, famous for the Miami Dolphins and the Miami Hurricanes, was chosen as the host venue for the Super Bowl in 2020 due to its warm climate as well as recent renovations.
The NFL made South Florida the organizer of Super Bowl in 2016, with Miami competed against Atlanta, and Los Angeles to host the big game and when Hard Rock Stadium‘s renovation project was finished.
While the stadium’s seating capacity was declined from 75,000 to 65,000, the renovation set up brand new video boards, suites and seating pods for further convenient.
Indeed, the Miami area already was the venue for 10 Super Bowls, and its 11th will break even with New Orleans for the most in the country. While New Orleans, though, will break the tie by hosting the Super Bowl 58 in 2024.