(CHARLOTTE, N.C.) -- It's official.
The National Football League announced the sites for Super Bowls 53, 54, 55 on Tuesday during the owners' meetings in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Super Bowl LIII is scheduled to be in Atlanta for the 2019 season, South Florida will host Super Bowl LIV (2020), and Super Bowl LV will be in Los Angeles for 2021.
All three of the cities have upgraded their stadiums or will have new stadiums in time for the hosting gigs.
Los Angeles will be hosting a Super Bowl for the first time since 1993 as the relocated Los Angeles Rams will be in the new Inglewood stadium scheduled to open in 2019.
South Florida last hosted a Super Bowl in 2010 and Atlanta last hosted the game in 2000.
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