If you build it, the NFL will come.

Keeping with its tradition of rewarding teams with new a stadium, NFL owners announced Tuesday it awarded Super Bowl LII to the Minnesota Vikings.

After four rounds of voting, owners selected Minnesota by a simple majority over New Orleans. Indianapolis finished third in the selection process.

Minneapolis will boast a brand-new, $1 billion stadium in advance of the 2018 game.

The 52nd Super Bowl is second for the city of Minneapolis, who hosted Super Bowl XXVI at the recently demolished Metrodome in 1992.

There is a president for NFL owners returning to a cold-weather city -- the Detroit Lions hosted two Super Bowls, most recently after opening Ford Field. Having a dome helped Minneapolis' cause.

One reason behind the NFL giving the nod to Minnesota is the nearly $500 million in public money going towards the team's new facility. The NFL likes to reward cities that invest in new stadiums.

The city also plans to pour money into downtown upgrades in advance of the Super Bowl.

The Vikings will play the next two seasons at the University of Minnesota while their state-of-the-art stadium is built on the former site of the Metrodome. The new field is set to open in 2016, giving the city plenty of time to work out any kinks in advance of the 2018 Super Bowl.