It’s official, the city of Atlanta will host the Superbowl in 2019. The decision was made Tuesday afternoon in Charlotte, North Carolina at the NFL Owners Meetings. This will make it the third time that Atlanta has hosted the prestigious event, the first two being 1994 and 2000. This comes at a great time for the city as the new Mercedes-Benz stadium is set to be available to use by the start of the Atlanta Falcons 2017 season. Among the cities chosen as finalists for Super Bowls 2019, 2020 and 2021 included Miami, New Orleans, Los Angeles and Tampa.