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The biggest game of the National Football League is back! The Super Bowl is end goal of every professional football player and is the fervent hope of every football fan. With the best teams of the year facing off against each other, attending the Super Bowl is a once in a lifetime opportunity. Tickets are extremely hard to find as they sell out almost immediately, so get your Super Bowl tickets here before they're all gone!

History

The first Super Bowl was played following the 1966 season in January of 1967. The game was originally meant to be a championship game between the American Football League and the National Football League, with the winner walking away dubbed as the World Champion. The first ever Super Bowl was played by the Green Bay Packers and the Kansas City Chiefs at the LA Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles. The Packers won the game by a smashing 35-10 final score, being crowned as the first ever Super Bowl Champions. Although at the time the game was not considered as a Super Bowl, and it was not until years later that they would recognize it as Super Bowl I. After 1970 when the two leagues merged together they became known as the American Football Conference and the National Football Conference, meaning the winner of the game was now dubbed as the league’s champion.

More Than a Game

Culturally, it has become so much more than a football game. "Super Bowl Sunday" is one of the biggest unofficial holidays in the United States — just imagine what it would be like to spend it at the actual Super Bowl! Not only will you get to see the two best football teams of the season battle it out for the NFL's highest honor, but you'll also see a dazzling halftime show by some of the world's top performers. Previous Super Bowl performers have included Justin TimberlakeJanet JacksonKaty PerryBruce Springsteen, and dozens of other international superstars.

Super Bowl LII

Super Bowl LII took place at the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis with the New England Patriots facing off against the Philadelphia Eagles. The studded veteran Tom Brady led the Patriots on the field to face off with the young Nick Foles and the Eagles. With many expecting the Patriots to come back to Foxborough with their sixth title, the country was stunned when the under dogs came out on top. With a final score of 41-33, the Philadelphia Eagles won their first Super Bowl title in franchise history. During halftime Justin Timberlake took the stage for the third time in his career to perform.

Super Bowl LIII

The fifty-third Super Bowl was held in Atlanta at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The National Football Conference Champion the Los Angeles Rams faced off against the American Football Conference Champion the New England Patriots. The Patriots entered the game for their third consecutive year and were looking to redeem themselves after falling short to the Eagles in LII. The Rams were relatively new to the Super Bowl only having one title in franchise history. After one of the lowest scoring Super Bowl's in history, the New England Patriots came out on top with a 13-3 score over the Rams. The national anthem was performed by Atlanta native Gladys Knight, and the halftime show was performed by the award-winning band Maroon 5 with appearances by Travis Scott and Big Boi.

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