The decisions are in. Per a report, the NFL is set to announce the host for Super Bowls 58 and 59, which will take place in 2023 and 2024.


Currently, the next four hosts are locked with Atlanta hosting in 2019 at their brand new complex and Miami in 2020 for the first time since Super Bowl XLIV. 


The biggest Sunday of the year will stay in Florida in 2021 with Tampa Bay getting the nod, and 2022's championship will be played in the most expensive NFL stadium ever built in Los Angeles.


To round out the six locked destinations, the winter spectacular will be back in familiar places.

With this announcement, the University of Phoenix Stadium will host for the third time while the Superdome will see its record extend to eight.


The league will continue keeping its warm-weather location tradition alive, as the game has not been held on the East Coast since Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium in 2014 when the Seahawks took down the Broncos.