Orlando to Make Push to Bring Pro Bowl Back in 2021

Orlando, which has hosted the NFL Pro Bowl game since 2017, is hoping to keep the a–star event through 2021.

Orange County, Florida commissioners are deciding today if they want to commit $5.4M in tourist-tax revenue to provide funding required for the latest bids.

Each game requires a payment of $2.7 million in bid fees to the NFL.

With the Pro Bowl being played in Central Florida regularly, and Orlando winning the bid for 2020, Disney Springs and Disney’s ESPN Wide World of Sports have hosted a plethora of festivities leading up to the big game.

Tickets will go on sale later this year, but fans can sign up for a pre-sale by visiting NFL.com/2020probowl.

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