It’s our time
— MercedesBenzStadium (@MBStadium) February 5, 2018
The Atlanta Super Bowl LIII Host Committee today was officially handed host committee responsibilities for next year’s Super Bowl from the National Football League and Minnesota Host Committee in a press conference at the Mall of America.
Super Bowl LIII will be played in Atlanta, Ga. on February 3, 2019 at the spectacular Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell attended the ceremony, along with members of the Atlanta Super Bowl LIII Host Committee, including Executive Director Carl Adkins and Chief Operating Officer Brett Daniels, as well as President of Atlanta Sports Council and Super Bowl LIII Host Committee Board of Directors Dan Corso. Representing the City of Atlanta at the ceremony was new Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms along with Atlanta Falcons President & CEO Rich McKay.
“We are officially on the clock for Super Bowl LIII and we couldn’t be more excited for this opportunity to showcase Atlanta to the rest of world,” said Daniels. “We are already a full year into our planning process and know everyone will feel the incredible passion and pride of our city as we intend to put together the best Super Bowl experience ever.”