The All-Star game will pave the way for the league's national championship game, Super Bowl 54, a week later at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens.
Fans, players and coaches will have the opportunity to select 88 Pro Bowl Players for the AFC vs. NFC battle, a match that has been dominated by the AFC since the Pro Bowl originally moved to Orlando in 2016.
"We're thrilled to return to Orlando for the fourth year in a row and bring the Pro Bowl experience to the city of Orlando, our fans, players and partners," said Peter O'Reilly, NFL Executive Vice President, Club Business & League Events said via a statement. "We're happy to provide not only a week-long celebration of football, but also to extend the celebration of the NFL's 100th season throughout this year's Pro Bowl."
Activities for the celebration will include a skills showdown and the league’s flag football championships.
Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer took to Twitter to voice his excitement for the return of the Pro Bowl.
We’re thrilled that the @NFL Pro Bowl will be back at our @CWStadium in January. The NFL’s decision to again return to our city further strengthens Orlando’s status as one of the nation’s premier sports destinations.— Mayor Buddy Dyer (@orlandomayor) August 7, 2019
Tickets for the Pro Bowl will go on sale later this year. For presale opportunities click here.
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