The Super Bowl is coming to Sin City.
Allegiant Stadium, home of the Las Vegas Raiders, will be the home of Super Bowl LVIII in 2024.
The decision was announced at an NFL owners meeting on Wednesday in Dallas and first reported by the Las Vegas Review-Journal on Monday.
The Raiders moved in 2020 from Oakland to Las Vegas and into the $2 billion stadium. It currently seats 65,000, which is under the typical 70,000 threshold used for Super Bowl venues, but additional seating could be added.
Super LVIII was originally supposed to take place in New Orleans at the Caesars Superdome, but a scheduling conflict caused the venue to shift its Super Bowl to 2025.
With Las Vegas hosting the Super Bowl in 2024, that will make it three consecutive years with the biggest game of the season hosted by a western team. This year's Super Bowl is set to take place in Inglewood, Calif., at the Rams and Chargers' SoFi Stadium. In 2023, the Super Bowl will be hosted at the Cardinals' State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Ariz.