Giants-Jets will submit proposal for their new Stadium to host the 2014 Super Bowl which will make it->?

The 1st Stadium to host a Super Bowl in cold weather(Without a roof of course) Youe thoughts on this & do you think it will happen?-> Jets, Giants want new home to host 2014 Super Bowl EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP)—The Giants and Jets want to bring the Super Bowl to their new stadium in New Jersey in... show more The 1st Stadium to host a Super Bowl in cold weather(Without a roof of course) Youe thoughts on this & do you think it will happen?->

Jets, Giants want new home to host 2014 Super Bowl

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP)—The Giants and Jets want to bring the Super Bowl to their new stadium in New Jersey in 2014.

After receiving approval from a league committee to bid on an NFL title game, the teams announced on Thursday that they will submit a proposal to host what would be a cold weather title game in four years.

The new 82,500-seat stadium is scheduled to open next year.

The NFL owners’ Super Bowl Advisory Committee allowed the bid despite the traditional requirement that host regions have a minimum temperature of 50 degrees or indoor stadiums.

The advisory committee gave approval with the understanding that the bid represents a unique, once-only circumstance to celebrate the new stadium and the great heritage of the NFL in the New York region.

The New Meadowlands Stadium Company, which is building the new stadium, has to submit a preliminary proposal to the NFL by April 1. The winning bid will be announced at the end of May.

“It’s time for the biggest game in football to be played on the biggest stage in the world,” Jets owner Woody Johnson and Giants co-owner Jonathan Tisch said in a joint statement as chairmen of the bid committee. “We are confident that the appeal and prestige of the New York City metropolitan region, coupled with the innovative capabilities of our brand-new state-of-the-art facility, can provide a unique and exciting experience for the teams and fans, as well as the entire league and the sport of football.

“And, of course, we would love to bring the Super Bowl and its significant economic benefits to New York and northern New Jersey,” they added.

A New York/New Jersey Super Bowl would generate hundreds of millions of dollars in economic activity, and serve as a major boost for the area, creating hundreds of jobs related to staging the game, the teams said.

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