The city that sits atop the list of Super Bowl locations will get the big game, once again. The NFL’s title game is set to return to Miami for Super Bowl LIV on Feb. 2, 2020.

The NFC and AFC champions for the 2019 NFL season will go head to head for the sport’s ultimate prize at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. It will mark a record-setting 11th time the Super Bowl will be played in the city.

The Super Bowl was last played in Miami in 2010. The New Orleans Saints defeated the Indianapolis Colt at was what was previously known as Sun Life Stadium.

No team has ever played the Super Bowl in their home stadium. The Miami Dolphins haven’t reached the big game since the 1984 season when Dan Marino won the NFL MVP award.

A number of Dolphins’ fans will be given the chance to watch the 54th Super Bowl in person. The NFL usually gives 6.2 percent of the available Super Bowl tickets to the host team, most of which are distributed to the season-ticket holders.

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Stadium worker Lance Cantor readies seats in the upper deck of the stadium on February 6, 2010 in Miami, Florida. Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Every NFL team gets a limited amount of tickets. The two Super Bowl teams get 17.5 percent of the available tickets, the majority of which are given to the season-ticket holders and players. The rest of the teams are given 1.2 percent of the tickets.

The NFL will hold onto 25.2 percent of the tickets for Super Bowl LIV in 2020. According to TickPick, those tickets are usually sold to partners, media and sponsors. Many of those seats can be purchased at On Location Experiences, NFL’s ticket partner, which sells full “experience packages” that include tickets to the Super Bowl.

The remaining 500 tickets can be acquired in a lottery run by the league. Entries are accepted between Feb. 1, 2019 and June 1, 2019. Click here to find out how to enter the lottery.