Happy Super Bowl Sunday!!!
Today is the 56th Super Bowl! Grab your favorite meal, get together with family and friends and watch the game! Super Bowl LVI starts at 5:30 p.m. CST: Los Angeles Rams vs. Cincinnati Bengals. . .
Happy Super Bowl Sunday ! ! !
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A Brief History:
Origination: It all started January 15, 1967.
Celebrated: Every year, including last year despite some distancing, percentage and masking restrictions because of COVID-19! There is one set of league championships where the locations play among the leagues, then a league conference championship game to determine the teams that will go on the the Super Bowl.
Celebrated: Every year, the date of the Super Bowl is determined from the date of the preceding Labor Day date, so if Labor Day last September occurred on September 6, 2021; the Super Bowl is scheduled exactly five months plus one week later on the day February 13, 2022. Originally it was exactly the same date, but this past season, the NFL added a game to its regular season this year, pushing everything back a week, which will permanently add one week later than what was usual. The 2021 NFL season is the first year for the league’s 18-week, 17-game season. This was the first change since 1978 whereby the number of games was changed, where the NFL moved from a 14 game season to a 16 game season.
Why is it called “Super Bowl”: The Kansas City Chiefs owner and the AFL conference founder Lamar Hunt had a daughter who, when she was young played with a very bouncy rubber ball which was called a “Super Ball”. That was the genesis of the term “Super Bowl”.
A Few Facts:
Statistics of the Super Bowl to Present. . .
Super Bowl I to LVI:
|Super Bowl Winner Results|
|I||01/15/1967||Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (CA)
||Green Bay 35Ⓝ, Kansas CityⒶ 10|
|II||01/14/1968||Orange Bowl (Miami, FL)||Green BayⓃ 33, OaklandⒶ 14|
|III||01/12/1969||Orange Bowl (Miami, FL)||New York JetsⒶ 16, BaltimoreⓃ 7|
|IV||01/11/1970||Tulane Stadium (New Orleans, LA)||Kansas CityⒶ 23, MinnesotaⓃ 7|
|V||01/17/1971||Orange Bowl (Miami, FL)||BaltimoreⒶ 16, DallasⓃ 13|
|VI||01/16/1972||Tulane Stadium (New Orleans, LA)||Dallas 24Ⓝ, MiamiⒶ 3|
|VII||01/14/1973||Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (CA)||MiamiⒶ 14, WashingtonⓃ 7|
|VIII||01/13/1974||Rice Stadium (Houston, TX)||MiamiⒶ 24, MinnesotaⓃ 7|
|IX||01/12/1975||Tulane Stadium (New Orleans, LA)||PittsburghⒶ 16, MinnesotaⓃ 6|
|X||01/18/1976||Orange Bowl (Miami, FL)||PittsburghⒶ 21, DallasⓃ 17|
|XI||01/09/1977||Rose Bowl (Pasadena, CA)||OaklandⒶ 32, MinnesotaⓃ 14|
|XII||01/15/1978||Superdome (New Orleans, LA)||DallasⓃ 27, DenverⒶ 10|
|XIII||01/21/1979||Orange Bowl (Miami, FL)||PittsburghⒶ 35, DallasⓃ 31|
|XIV||01/20/1980||Rose Bowl (Pasadena, CA)||PittsburghⒶ 31, Los Angeles RamsⓃ 19|
|XV||01/25/1981||Superdome (New Orleans, LA)||OaklandⒶ 27, PhiladelphiaⓃ 10|
|XVI||01/24/1982||Silverdome (Pontiac, MI)||San FranciscoⓃ 26, CincinnatiⒶ 21|
|XVII||01/30/1983||Rose Bowl (Pasadena, CA)||Washington 27, MiamiⒶ 17|
|XVIII||01/22/1984||Tampa Stadium (Tampa, FL)||Los Angeles RaidersⒶ 38, WashingtonⓃ 9|
|XIX||01/20/1985||Stanford Stadium (Stanford, CA)||San FranciscoⓃ 38, MiamiⒶ 16|
|XX||01/26/1986||Superdome (New Orleans, LA)||ChicagoⓃ 46, New EnglandⒶ 10|
|XXI||01/25/1987||Rose Bowl (Pasadena, CA)||New York GiantsⓃ 39, DenverⒶ 20|
|XXII||01/31/1988||Jack Murphy Stadium (San Diego, CA)||WashingtonⓃ 42, DenverⒶ 10|
|XXIII||01/22/1989||Joe Robbie Stadium (Miami, FL)||San FranciscoⓃ 20, CincinnatiⒶ 16|
|XXIV||01/28/1990||Superdome (New Orleans, LA)||San FranciscoⓃ 55, DenverⒶ 10|
|XXV||01/27/1991||Tampa Stadium (FL)||New York GiantsⓃ 20, BuffaloⒶ 19|
|XXVI||01/26/1992||Metrodome (Minneapolis, MN)||WashingtonⓃ 37, BuffaloⒶ 24|
|XXVII||01/31/1993||Rose Bowl (Pasadena, CA)||DallasⓃ 52, BuffaloⒶ 17|
|XXVIII||01/30/1994||Georgia Dome (Atlanta, GA)||DallasⓃ 30, BuffaloⒶ 13|
|XXIX||01/29/1995||Joe Robbie Stadium (Miami, FL)||San FranciscoⓃ 49, San DiegoⒶ 26|
|XXX||01/28/1996||Sun Devil Stadium (Tempe, AZ)||DallasⓃ 27, PittsburghⒶ 17|
|XXXI||01/26/1997||Superdome (New Orleans, LA)||Green BayⓃ 35, New EnglandⒶ 21|
|XXXII||01/25/1998||Qualcomm Stadium (San Diego, CA)||DenverⒶ 31, Green BayⓃ 24|
|XXXIII||01/31/1999||Pro Player Stadium (Miami, FL)||DenverⒶ 34, AtlantaⓃ 19|
|XXXIV||01/30/2000||Georgia Dome (Atlanta, GA)||St. LouisⓃ 23, TennesseeⒶ 16|
|XXXV||01/28/2001||Raymond James Stadium (Tampa, FL)||BaltimoreⒶ 34, New York GiantsⓃ 7|
|XXXVI||02/03/2002||Superdome (New Orleans, LA)||New EnglandⒶ 20, St. LouisⓃ 17|
|XXXVII||01/26/2003||Qualcomm Stadium (San Diego, CA)||Tampa BayⓃ 48, OaklandⒶ 21|
|XXXVIII||02/01/2004||Reliant Stadium (Houston, TX)||New EnglandⒶ 32, CarolinaⓃ 29|
|XXXIX||02/06/2005||Alltel Stadium (Jacksonville, FL)||New EnglandⒶ 24, PhiladelphiaⓃ 21|
|XL||02/05/2006||Ford Field (Detroit, MI)||PittsburghⒶ 21, SeattleⓃ 10|
|XLI||02/04/2007||Dolphin Stadium (Miami, FL)||IndianapolisⒶ 29, ChicagoⓃ 17|
|XLII||02/03/2008||University of Phoenix Stadium (Glendale, AZ)||New York GiantsⓃ 17, New EnglandⒶ 14|
|XLIII||02/01/2009||Raymond James Stadium (Tampa, FL)||PittsburghⒶ 27, ArizonaⓃ 23|
|XLIV||02/07/2010||Sun Life Stadium (Miami, FL)||New OrleansⓃ 31, IndianapolisⒶ 17|
|XLV||02/06/2011||Cowboys Stadium (Arlington, TX)||Green BayⓃ 31, PittsburghⒶ 25|
|XLVI||02/05/2012||Lucas Oil Stadium (Indianapolis, IN)||New York GiantsⓃ 21, New EnglandⒶ 17|
|XLVII||02/03/2013||Mercedes-Benz Superdome (New Orleans, LA)||BaltimoreⒶ 34, San FranciscoⓃ 31|
|XLVIII||02/02/2014||MetLife Stadium (East Rutherford, NJ)||SeattleⓃ 43, DenverⒶ 8|
|XLIX||02/01/2015||University of Phoenix Stadium (Glendale, AZ)||New EnglandⒶ 28, SeattleⓃ 24|
|50||02/07/2016||Levi’s Stadium (Santa Clara, CA)||DenverⒶ 24, CarolinaⓃ 10|
|LI||02/05/2017||NRG Stadium (Houston, TX)||New EnglandⒶ 34, AtlantaⓃ 28|
|LII||02/04/2018||U.S. Bank Stadium (Minneapolis, MN)
||PhiladelphiaⓃ 41, New EnglandⒶ 33|
|LIII||02/03/2019||Mercedes-Benz Stadium (Atlanta, GA)||New EnglandⒶ 13, Los Angeles RamsⓃ 3|
|LIV||02/02/2020||Hard Rock Stadium (Miami, FL)||Kansas CityⒶ 31, San FranciscoⓃ 20|
|LV||02/07/2021||Raymond James Stadium (Tampa, FL)||Tampa BayⓃ 31, Kansas CityⒶ 9|
|LVI||02/13/2022||SoFi Stadium (Inglewood, CA)||Los Angeles RamsⓃ
|Ⓝ National | Ⓐ American|
Pre-Game Festivities: This year Multi-Grammy-nominated country artist Mickey Guyton (Grammy nomination-Best Country Album of the Year debut album “Remember Her Name.”) will sing the National Anthem at this year’s Super Bowl. Jhené Aiko will sing America the Beautiful. On behalf of the National Association of the Deaf,NAD), actress Sandra Mae Frank will perform the National Anthem and America the Beautiful in American Sign Language.
Half Time: Dr. Dre, Eminem, Mary J. Blige, Snoop Dogg, and Kendrick Lamar will all perform at the Super Bowl halftime show.
Half Time “Super Ad”: Price is up to $6.5 million for the 30-second commercial spot. The price tag makes the Super Bowl LVI the most expensive game to advertise on up to date, up $1 million more than last year’s $5.5 million commercial.
Restrictions: Masks will be required this year for protection from COVID-19.
Here it comes! 5:30 p.m. today is yet another great Super Bowl! The home team designation in a season NFL game, but at the Super Bowl, which is played at a neutral site venue decided years in advance, the honor of being the home team flips between the AFC and NFC each year.
Here is to wishing a long future for new generations of players, and wishing great luck for the skills of the players in all the years to come. . .
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