When is the Super Bowl 2019, date and location?
All of the football fans are eagerly waiting for the 53rd edition of the Super Bowl series. In this article, we will share with you the detailed info about the date, timing and venue of Super Bowl 2019.
The Super Bowl in 2019 is about to give the similar taste and experience as last year’s Super Bowl game. Super Bowl LIII will be held at Mercedes-Benz Stadium of Atlanta.
Similar to the U.S. Bank Stadium, the stadium which hosted the 52nd edition of the Super Bowl, Mercedes-Benz Stadium is totally a brand new stadium which is having a giant glass roof. Due to the strong glass roof weather again is not going to be a hurdle. Due to the complete indoor stadium, the fans are going to praise the inside temperature in comparison the weather outside the stadium.
When will the Super Bowl 2019 take place?
The 53rd edition of the Super Bowl series is scheduled for February 3rd 2019 (Sunday). The Kick-off time will be 6:30 p.m. ET.
Since the year 2003, all of the Super Bowl games have taken place during the very first week of February. For the periods between 1967- 2003, all of the game events except the one Super Bowl took place in January.
Where will the Super Bowl 2019 take place?
Super Bowl 53 will be held at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta which is a one-of-a-kind venue and home of the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons.
Mercedes-Benz Stadium is having the seats of 71,000 people but it can be expanded to seats more than 80,000. The stadium is facilitated with an exceptionally designed retractable roof, which is expected to be leak proof in the case of close mode.
At the time of the completion of the construction, reasonable stadium food prices were touted as revolutionary, and, the concession revenue of the Falcons went up in the stadium’s first year.
Mercedes-Benz Stadium was built next to the Georgia Dome, the stadium which was demolished in the month of November.
Super Bowl LIII will mark its 3rd time that Atlanta will host the Super Bowl game. The previous two editions were 1994 and 2000 which took place in the Georgia Dome.