New Orleans Submits Bid For 2013 Super Bowl

By NFLSportChannel

Published: April 3, 2009

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... to every Saints fan in the world?

It's at least a possibility now.

According to NFL officials, New Orleans, along with South Florida and Phoenix, all submitted bids to host the 2013 championship game.

Right now, South Florida as a region has hosted the most Super Bowls with a grand total of 10, while New Orleans has only hosted nine; however, the Louisiana Superdome has been the site of the most Super Bowls, with the last being the amazing game between the New England Patriots and St. Louis Rams in 2001. 

If New Orleans was chosen as the host city, then it would be a great financial boost to a city still recovering from Hurricane Katrina in 2005.

Most recently, the city received NFL publicity when the Saints went to London to play the San Diego Chargers in the NFL's annual international game. The Superdome has a seating capacity of 72,003 (expanded) or 69,703 (not expanded) for football games.

The stadium r...

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