Super Bowl 2019

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Super Bowl 2019 Live Streming

The Super Bowl in 2019 will have a similar feel to that of the last year’s Super Bowl … in terms of the host venue, but not necessarily the host city. Super Bowl 53 will take place in Atlanta at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

Like U.S. Bank Stadium, the building that hosted Super Bowl 52, Mercedes-Benz Stadium is a brand new facility that happens to feature a giant glass wall. And while weather again will not be a factor in an indoor stadium for the Super Bowl in 2019, attendees next year will appreciate warmer temperatures outside the venue.
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Here is all you need to know about next year’s Super Bowl in Atlanta.
When is Super Bowl 2019?

Super Bowl 53, also known as Super Bowl LIII, is scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 3 2019. Kickoff is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. ET.

Every Super Bowl since 2003 has taken place during the first week of February. From 1967-2003, all but one Super Bowl took place in January.
Where is Super Bowl 2019?

Super Bowl 53 will take place at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium, a one-of-a-kind venue and home to the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons.

Completed just in time for the 2017 football season, Mercedes-Benz Stadium seats 71,000 people but can expand to seat more than 80,000. It’s equipped with a uniquely designed retractable roof, which, if closed, hopefully won’t be leaking by the time the Super Bowl arrives in 2019.

When the venue was being built, reasonable stadium food prices were touted as revolutionary, and sure enough, Falcons concession revenue went up in the stadium’s first year. Yes, the building located in the heart of Atlanta has a Chick-fil-A inside. No, there is no word on whether it will be open on Super Bowl Sunday.

Mercedes-Benz Stadium was built next to the Georgia Dome, which was demolished in November.

Super Bowl 53 will mark the third time Atlanta has hosted the game. The previous two (1994 and 2000) took place in the Georgia Dome.

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