Miami has hosted the most (10 Super Bowls). New Orleans has hosted nine.
The two cities that have hosted the most Super Bowls are Miami, FL and New Orleans, LA. Each city has hosted ten Super Bowls. Miami has hosted Super Bowls II, III, V, X, XIII, XXIII, XXIX, XXXIII, XLI & XLIV. New Orleans has hosted Super Bowls IV, VI, IX, XII, XV, XX, XXIV, XXXI, XXXVI & XLVII.
New Orleans has hosted 10 superbowls, as of May 18, 2009. Miami has hosted 9 as of May 18, 2009, but the city will host the 2010 superbowl, bringing its total to 10. Both cities are vying to host the 2013 superbowl. The NFL will decide which city will host that superbowl on May 19th, 2009. If Miami or New Orleans wins the bid, it will place the winning city on top for most hosted superbowls.
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