Super Bowl Tickets

The biggest event in American Football, the Super Bowl has once again got people talking. This season’s showpiece game will be held at the MetLife Stadium and the battle to make it there has already begun. A lot of teams made a lot of changes to their roster and how they will be setting up during this season so the time has now come to see who made the best decisions. It promises to be another fascinating rollercoaster of a campaign that will keep football fans glued to the action all the way through to the end.


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The Super Bowl at the end of the season is expected to once again generate a lot of headlines. Right now, however, teams are trying their best in order to earn the right to go all the way and lift the Super Bowl title. It has always been like this and it will forever remain this way as well. The idea in any sport is to reach the pinnacle and for American Football, that is the Super Bowl. The game has gone so huge in stature that it is now among the most watched annual sporting spectacles on the planet. Fans from all across the country and beyond are expected to buy Super Bowl tickets this year as well to make it another sell-out game. Who can blame them with all that it has to offer?


The National Football League since its inception in the year 1920 has always been the premier football entity in football. It has had to face competition from various other rival leagues over the years but the biggest out of them all was the emergence of the American Football league in 1960. AFL began to challenge the NFL on all fronts. The two leagues would fight tooth and nail for territories and the best players in the sport. That remained the case for six years before the two leagues decided to merge together to form a single entity from the year 1970 onwards. It was also agreed upon that until the merger took effect, champions of both leagues would square-off in a championship game to decide who the best team in the sport was. The game was officially named the "AFL-NFL Championship Game" which was changed to the Super Bowl in time for the start of the third edition. The title has stuck since.

Teams with Most Super Bowl Titles

A total of eighteen different American Football teams have won the biggest prize in the sport. At the top of the list are the Pittsburgh Steelers who have managed to rack up an impressive six Super Bowl titles and have finished runners-up twice. Just behind them in second place are the Dallas Cowboys and the San Francisco 49ers with five wins each. The Green Bay Packers and the New York Giants are a step behind with four titles each against their names.

Super Bowl and Entertainment

The Super Bowl game features performances from some of the biggest names in entertainment before the game starts and especially during the halftime break. The likes of Madonna, Bruce Springsteen, U2, Janet Jackson, Justin Timberlake, Beyonce, Destiny’s Child, Cirque du Soleil, LMFAO, Usher, The Rolling Stones, ZZ Top and the late great Michael Jackson have all graced the stage to perform at the biggest football game of the year. Madonna’s performance in the year 2012 ranks at the top of the list of the most watched Super Bowl half time shows. An estimated one hundred and fourteen million people tuned in to catch her performing live. The Super Bowl is all set to scale new heights and raise the bar once again. It has grown from strength to strength every year and it will not be any different this time around either. So if football is your sport, then gear up, put your game face on and get ready to watch this amazing spectacle live at the stadium.


Did You Know?

  • The Super Bowl is the second most watched annual sporting event after soccer’s UEFA Champions League final.
  • Miami and New Orleans have hosted the game ten times each.
  • The name Super Bowl was first used by Lamar Hunt who founded the Chiefs.
  • The Buffalo Bills made it to the Super Bowl for four straight years between 1990 and 1993, losing each time.
  • Texans, Jaguars, Lions and Browns are the only four teams to have never played in a Super Bowl.