New Minnesota Vikings Stadium to host 2018 Super Bowl
(Reuters) - Minneapolis will host the 52nd Super Bowl in 2018, the National Football League announced on Tuesday.
NFL team owners voted for Minneapolis to stage the game ahead of rival bids from New Orleans and Indianapolis.
It will be just the second time Minneapolis has hosted the Super Bowl after the recently demolished Metrodome was picked as the site for the 1992 game.
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