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The Super Bowl is the most watched event in the United States. Are you curious about the Super Bowl? The information here can help you get a quick grasp of the upcoming Super Bowl game and a bit about the Super Bowl as a whole. We’ve even compiled a list of fun facts that would make you the ultimate bowl expert at your Super Bowl party. It’s also the most expensive sporting event in the world and the game with the largest bet on NFL teams. But what else do you need to know about it?

Date

Super Bowl LIII will be held on Sunday, February 12th, 2023. The game is played at a neutral site that rotates between teams’ stadiums every year. In 2023, it will be played at Iconic State Farm Stadiums in Glendale, Arizona where the Arizona Cardinals play their home games.

Where is the Super Bowl going to happen?

The Super Bowl will be held at Glendale, Arizona’s iconic State Farm Stadiums. The stadium has a capacity of 78,600 and opened in August 2006.

How many people watch the Super Bowl?

The Super Bowl is one of the most watched television programs in the United States. Every year, more than 100 million people tune in to watch. It’s a cultural event and a national holiday–it’s also a major sporting event. 

The first Super Bowl was played on January 15, 1967. Since then, there have been 56 Super Bowls with 20 different winners from 16 different cities.

How much does a 30-second commercial cost?

● Super Bowl LVI: $6.5 million

● Super Bowl LIII: $5 million

● Super Bowl LII: $5 million

● Super Bowl LI: $5 million

Why are there Roman Numerals for the game?

The league began adopting Roman numerals to solve any misunderstandings viewers and fans may have experienced as a result of the fact that the season is played in the following calendar year. So they chose to number the games 1-56 and use Roman numerals rather than call it the 2021 Super Bowl, which will actually be played in 2022.

Do the players get paid for playing on the Super Bowl team?

Yes, players do get paid for playing on the Super Bowl team. The players on the losing team receive a flat fee of $82,000. Players who are on injured reserve or the practice squad also get paid during their time with the team. Players that win the 2023 Super Bowl will receive $157,000 plus other bonuses.

Conclusion

We hope you enjoyed this brief history of the Super Bowl! We know that it can be a lot to take in, but we’re sure that if you keep these facts in mind during the game, they’ll help make your experience even better. And remember: whether or not your team wins or loses doesn’t matter as much as having fun with friends and family while watching some amazing athletes play their hearts out on national television. 

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