The Host City - atlanta

To be in Atlanta as they play host to Super Bowl LIII will be unlike anything you would have experienced before.  You'll be amongst the 1 Million + people who converge on the Host City during Super Bowl week to take in the vibe of this most extraordinary event.

Next year, the game is being hosted in Atlanta at the newly opened Mercedes-Benz Stadium on 3 February 2019.

Atlanta is located in the Southeastern part of the USA in the state of Georgia. Daytime temperatures in February are historically early-mid teens (Celsius).

This will be the third time that the city of Atlanta has hosted the NFL Championship, but the first time in the new stadium.  Atlanta knows how to play host to big game football, being host to the 2018 NCAA College Football Championship game this past January.

The beauty of Downtown Atlanta is that everything is literally within walking distance.  From the many hotels, including our host hotel the Aloft, to Centennial Olympic Park, the World Congress Center, CNN Studios, the World of Coca-Cola, the Target Center and Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

Insider Sports solely focus on the Aussie and Kiwi market so you can be ensured an absolutely authentic experience, with lots of cold beer and lots of laughs.  Our Melbourne-based team will work with you on your booking, any add-on experiences you want to include and then greet you in person in Atlanta.  We will even break down the rules of NFL into AFL, Rugby and NRL speak for those that need a little help!

With our dual Aussie / American hosts guiding & educating you the entire weekend, you will feel like an in-the-know gridiron fan, along with the other 70,000+ fans on game day.  

 Skyline of Atlanta at night

Skyline of Atlanta at night

 Some of our Aussie guests braving the cold in Minneapolis for Super Bowl LII

Some of our Aussie guests braving the cold in Minneapolis for Super Bowl LII