The National Football League is preparing to decide which city will host the 2014 Super Bowl, with the final announcement coming Tuesday, May 25 at 3 p.m. ET. New York/New Jersey, South Florida and Tampa Bay are the finalists to get the big game.
Well aware that many people will be in their office at the time, the league will be streaming the announcement on NFL.com live, a first for the sport.
Rich Eisen, Michael Irvin and Daryl “Moose” Johnston will anchor the coverage from the Omni Hotel in Dallas
It will also be televised on the league’s official cable channel NFL Network, which will also present a 90-minute pre-show.
So mark your calendars football fans. The Super Bowl could be coming to a stadium near you.