NFL Won’t Go Back To Qualcomm Stadium For Super Bowls

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell spoke with Chargers season-ticket holders last week, and unlike the weather, the news was not bright for San Diego. Goodell told fans he is working hard to help the team negotiate with city officials to reach a deal on a new stadium, but until that happens, the city won’t be hosting a Super Bowl. Qualcomm Stadium, formerly Jack Murphy Stadium, previously has hosted three Super Bowls — none since 2003.


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One Response to “NFL Won’t Go Back To Qualcomm Stadium For Super Bowls”

  1. [...] San Diego, NFL hatchetman Roger Goodell told San Diego recently that they’re off the Super Bowl list until they build a new stadium. Their $78 million upgrade [...]

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