Tampa, FL -- NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell was in Tampa Friday morning, and said he expects Tampa to win a bid to host another Super Bowl, eventually.
"I think, really what's happened, is the competitiveness of the Super Bowls," Goodell told 10 Sports. "There are so many great cities, so many great stadiums. It's gotten much more competitive and that's the issue, but I certainly expect that we'll be back at Raymond James for another Super Bowl at some point in the future."
The last Super Bowl Tampa hosted was 43 back in 2009, when the Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Arizona Cardinals. The city is not scheduled to compete for the next Super Bowl, which is the 2018 game.
Goodell was the featured guest at the Champions' Breakfast for the Brooks DeBartolo Collegiate High School, hosted by the Buccaneers. The high school has started a fund-raising drive to build an athletic complex, on the Tampa campus.
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