Breaking: Minnesota Vikings pull major upset, land Super Bowl LII


The decision was just announced by Roger Goodell from the NFL owners meetings that Minnesota will host Super Bowl LII in 2018.

It’s definitely an upset, as New Orleans was favored to host its 11th Super Bowl — and had never lost a bid before.

The Vikings new stadium, scheduled to be opened in 2016 and cost about $1 Billion, was likely a huge factor in securing the bid. Congrats to the Twin Cities.

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  • ToddBook

    Well at least there is one way to get a Super Bowl in Minnesota!

  • Jackie D

    Bring it to Oakland!!

    • Wolvesman

      Ya Oaktown deserves some love!!!

  • RaginCajunBear

    New Orleans has always been a class act, but congratulations Minnesota…the new venue was the tipping point.