Indianapolis, fresh off its success hosting Super Bowl XLVI, will announce plans to bid for a second Super Bowl, according to The Indianapolis Star.
City and state leaders believe that Indianapolis should be among the rotation of cities that are often in the discussion to host premier events.
This fall, the league will vote on a host city for the 2016 Super Bowl.
“I can tell you that we have been in long discussion since the Super Bowl ended and we’ll have an announcement soon,” Mayor Greg Ballard’s spokesman Marc Lotter told The Star. “This is something we’ve been discussing and evaluating since the Super Bowl ended back in September.”