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Sport Four international cities that should host a future Super Bowl

00:26  12 july  2018
00:26  12 july  2018 Source:   touchdownwire.usatoday.com

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The World Cup has once again captured the attention of the world for the few weeks it takes center stage on every television screen across the globe.

Whether your team is in it or not, there's something about the international sporting event that gets us all fired up.

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Still, these host cities have become spectacles and wonders in and of themselves, which got us thinking: Which international cities would be great for hosting a Super Bowl?

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Let's take a look four.

London, England

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Let's start with the most obvious one. The NFL has been pushing their London games ever since the first one back in 2007 between the Dolphins and the Giants. There's been speculation that the league will eventually put a team in London permanently, and that these games are a litmus test for the international market. London is one of the most historic cities in the world. It only makes sense to host a Super Bowl at Wembley.

Hong Kong, China

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If you want a stellar venue, look no further than Hong Kong. Not only is the city filled with culture, food and spectacular views of the water, but it is also a quick ferry ride away from Macau, which has been described as Las Vegas on steroids. If you want to attract the richest and sexiest celebrities in the world during Super Bowl week, having a place like Macau nearby will do just that. Can you imagine a full week of Super Bowl parties there?

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Sydney, Australia

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Sydney is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, and with amazing beaches and attractions like the Sydney Opera House and Bondi Beach, why wouldn't you want to host the biggest game in the NFL there? Plus, Australia gave us Jarryd Hayne, who entertained us for all of ten minutes back in 2015. Maybe it's our turn to return the favor to Australia.

Zurich, Switzerland

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Zurich may not look like the best city to host a Super Bowl given its historical architecture and the fact that their major stadium, Letzigrund, doesn't even hold 30,000 for football games ("soccer" for us Americans). But given that the NFL is always looking to hold the Super Bowl at a neutral site, why not Switzerland? It doesn't get more neutral than that.

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