ORLANDO, Florida – The 2024 Pro Bowl games are back in Orlando.
The NFL announced Tuesday that the reimagined Pro Bowl, which took place in central Florida for four consecutive seasons between 2017 and 2020, will be played at Camping World on February 4.
The week-long event features AFC and NFC stars who compete in various skill challenges and culminate in a game of flag football. Peyton Manning and his brother Eli will again coach both teams.
Last year’s inaugural Pro Bowl Games in Las Vegas attracted 6.4 million viewers and over 58,000 fans at Allegiant Stadium, up 16% from the previous year.
“Building on the success of last year’s revamped format, which elevated flagship football and introduced exciting forms of competition and entertainment, we’re thrilled to bring Pro Bowl Games 2024 to Orlando,” said Peter O’Reilly, NFL EVP of Club Business and League Events. “Orlando has hosted several Pro Bowls in the past years and is a world-class destination and a favorite getaway for our players and their families, and we look forward to working with the city of Orlando and Florida Citrus Sports to create an unforgettable all-star celebration for players, their families and our fans.”