NFL fans have been clamoring for the game to be held in Miami since the Super Bowl in 2011.
With the exception of a few select stadiums, the game is set to take place on Jan. 5 in a venue that has yet to be announced.
With the Superbowl on the horizon, we decided to take a look at what you need to know about the game before it goes live.1.
What’s on the line?
The Superbowl will be played in Miami, Fla.
There are only a few places that can host the game, including Miami Gardens, the Miami Aquarium, the Marlins Park, the Royal Palm Beach and Tropicana Field.
But Miami is not the only location to hold the game in 2018.
Other major cities are expected to hold Super Bowls this season, including New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Boston and Atlanta.2.
What can you expect at the game?
There are a lot of games to attend, from the biggest sporting events to the smallest games.
Here’s what you can expect at Super Bowl L.2/10: Miami Gardens: The Miami Gardens stadium will be hosting the Super, with the Miami Dolphins hosting the Atlanta Falcons.
The Dolphins will also be playing at Miami’s Tropicane Field.3.
The Royal Palm’s: The Royal Palace of Miami will be the home of the Super in 2018, with a total capacity of 32,000.
Miami is also expected to host Super Bowl XXVIII, with an average attendance of 18,000 per game.4.
The Marlins Park: The Marlins Stadium will be playing host to Super Bowl XLIX, with average attendance averaging 16,000, according to NFL.com.5.
Tropicano Field: The Tropican is hosting Super Bowl LI, with Miami hosting Super bowl XXVII.6.
The Tropis Park: Miami’s third-largest stadium will also host Super bowl XLVII, with averages averaging 17,000 and 16,500, respectively.7.
The Coliseum: The Coliseum is hosting the game on Feb. 4, with its capacity at 22,200.8.
The Miami Stadium: The stadium will host Superbowl XXXIX on Feb 24, with games expected to be played at 11 a.m.
The Coral Gables: The Coralgables Stadium will host the Super for Super Bowl XXXVIII.10.
Tropico Field: In 2018, the stadium will play host to the Super.
Miami’s home stadium is expected to have a total of 13,000 fans.