Atlanta sports and tourism officials do not want to wait for the Super Bowl for 19 years to return to the city. They prefer to stay only six or eight years waiting really, really.
Atlanta Sports Council president Dan Corso confirmed Tuesday that a "letter of interest" has been submitted to the NFL to let the series know Atlanta wants to consider that the game again opens in 2025, 2026 or 2027.
These are the three first Super Bowls who have not yet hosted a host city at the NFL.
The NFL did not say when he donated 2025-27 Super Bowls. The series changed its site selection process from the 2019 Super Bowl award in Atlanta in May 2016.
Back thereafter, the NFL allowed several cities to bid for each Super Bowl, and then the winning tenders were settled in the vote of the 32 team owners. The NFL selects one city where negotiations for all Super Bowl are now required, and if that city agrees with the terms of the series, the owners will vote on permission.
"The owners still vote, but it comes from a committee recommendation," Arthur Blank's Falcons owner said a few days before Super Bowl LIII. "There is a sub-committee (owner) that works on these things. Staff (servers) are also committed to the fact that they are.
"(NFL Vice President of Events) Peter O'Reilly, who presents all of these events for the series – the draft and the Super Bowl and all of these major events – (a) a large organization, and will consider They're how well we did. They will report back not only to the commissioner, but Atlanta's owners are more important, and I think.
"I think Atlanta will come – not yours, Atlanta – its way back into the rotation. That is my hope," Blank said.
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The benefit of the new process is to eliminate the time and cities of expenditure previously invested in unsuccessful offers (ie, Atlantic losing tenders for Super Bowls 2009 and 2010, which were awarded on Tampa and Miami, respectively). the government is harder to the rotation of the Super Bowl site.
The first five Super Bowls will be played in Miami (2020), Tampa (2021), Los Angeles (2022), Glendale, Ariz. (2023) and New Orleans (2024). The Super Bowls were awarded last 2023 and 2024 May, the previous ones.
Like Atlanta, Miami is aware that a letter of interest has been submitted to consider another Super Bowl in 2025-2027. (The NFL asked interested cities to do so). The paper does not promise a city to bid; Atlanta is unlikely to end up with 2026 Super Bowl, for example, if the city has a significant role in the World Cup that year.
It is hoped that Super Bowl will continue in 2025-2027 at the current Raiders stadium in Las Vegas. Other candidates could include Dallas Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas; Houston Texans Stadium; and San Francisco 49ers stadium in Santa Clara, Calif.
Draw the Atlantic Super Bowl LIII hosting on February 3 – the first Super Bowl of the city since 2000 – a recommendation from the NFL officials but no official demonstration of how long the game could be brought back here .
"They get more and more competitive. There are more and more cities trying to host the Super Bowl," said Commissioner NFL Roger Goodell.
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THE WORKSHOPS ARE … MORE STAGE?
The Hawks is worth $ 1.3 billion, a 78 per cent increase in the amount paid by Tony Ressler for the license four years ago ($ 730 million).
Without Forbes's annual estimates of the NBA franchise values, released last week.
The Hawks value increased by 13 percent in the past year alone, according to the study.
Yet, Hawks are only 24 among the 30 NBA teams in value, well below the average of $ 1.9 billion. The New York Knicks are the most valuable license of the series at $ 4 billion.
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