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Superbowl 56 - To Win
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Thursday 09 Sep

Kansas City Chiefs
6.00
Green Bay Packers
15.00
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
6.50
Buffalo Bills
12.00
Baltimore Ravens
17.00
San Francisco 49ers
13.00
Los Angeles Rams
12.00
Cleveland Browns
15.00
New Orleans Saints
26.00
Seattle Seahawks
26.00
Miami Dolphins
31.00
Indianapolis Colts
19.00
Pittsburgh Steelers
41.00
Dallas Cowboys
29.00
Tennessee Titans
26.00
Arizona Cardinals
34.00
Los Angeles Chargers
31.00
New England Patriots
26.00
Minnesota Vikings
41.00
Philadelphia Eagles
66.00
Las Vegas Raiders
41.00
Washington Football Team
41.00
Atlanta Falcons
41.00
Chicago Bears
51.00
Denver Broncos
21.00
Jacksonville Jaguars
101.00
Carolina Panthers
51.00
New York Giants
66.00
New York Jets
81.00
Cincinnati Bengals
81.00
Houston Texans
151.00
Detroit Lions
151.00

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Super Bowl Odds | NFL Betting

 
Super Bowl
Sport American Football
Next Super Bowl LV
Actual Champion Kansas City Chiefs
Most Titles New England Patriots | 6 titles
 

Super Bowl | The Event

The Super Bowl is the championship game played every year of the NFL in between the champions of the National Football Conference (NFC) and the American Football Conference (AFC), plus the winner gets the Vince Lombardi Trophy, named after the legendary Green Bay Packers coach who led them to victory in the first two editions.

The Super Bowl besides being the final game to determine the NFL champion, it is also one of the most popular sporting events in the world. Just to give an idea of what that means, each 30 seconds commercial amounts to $5.6 million.

 


Super Bowl | History

Super Bowl I was held in 1967, a matchup in which the Green Bay Packers crushed the Kansas City Chiefs 35-10. The first game itself was part of an agreement between the National Football League and the other existing championship at the time, the American Football League (AFL), so that the winners of each competition would play a match that decided the U.S. champion.

The venue of the Super Bowl is selected by a committee 3 years earlier so that the city is prepared in the best way. It is traditional for the chosen venue to have a league franchise and interestingly enough, none of the 32 NFL teams have managed to contest the Super Bowl in their own stadium. The two cities that have hosted the Super Bowl the most are Miami and New Orleans, with 11 and 10 editions respectively.

Additionally, throughout history, no team has managed to win the Super Bowl three years in a row, while the two-champion list consists of only 7 franchises: Green Bay Packers, Miami Dolphins, Pittsburgh Steelers, San Francisco 49ers, Dallas Cowboys, Denver Broncos, and New England Patriots.

 


Super Bowl | Entertainment and Commerce

Another aspect that draws a lot of attention to the Super Bowl is the popular half-time show, in which practically a compressed concert is held with one of the most imposing stars of the moment, which causes it to take longer than the usual 15 minutes. Michael Jackson, Aerosmith, U2, Sting, Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen, among others, have passed through this scenario.

As mentioned earlier, the Super Bowl is also a commercial gold mine, since in addition to the TV commercials, there is a show that generates a lot of money, to that is added that television rights amount to 950 million.

Commerce also takes their cut, with an estimated 1.035 million chicken wings, 14 billion chips and 52 million cases of beer consumed during the Super Bowl in the United States alone.

 


Super Bowl LV (55) | Next Event

Super Bowl 55 will be held at Raymond James Stadium, Tampa Bay, Florida, on February 7, 2021. The NFL playoff race doesn't start until about halfway through the season, but we plan to keep you informed throughout the season in current positions and predictions.

 


Super Bowl LIV (54) | Last Winner

American Football Conference (AFC) champion Kansas City Chiefs defeated National Football Conference (NFC) champion San Francisco 49ers 31-20, marking their first Super Bowl victory since Super Bowl IV and the first championship of the NFL Chiefs since joining the league in the AFL-NFL merger.

 


Super Bowl | Last 10 Years of History

Year SB Winner Pts Loser Pts Stadium
2020 LIV Kansas City Chiefs 31 San Francisco 49ers 20 Hard Rock Stadium
2019 LIII New England Patriots 13 Los Angeles Rams 3 Mercedes-Benz Stadium
2018 LII  Philadelphia Eagles 41 New England Patriots 33 U.S. Bank Stadium
2017 LI  New England Patriots 34 Atlanta Falcons 28 NRG Stadium
2016 50 Denver Broncos 24 Carolina Panthers 10 Levi's Stadium
2015 XLIX  New England Patriots 28 Seattle Seahawks 24 University of Phoenix Stadium
2014 XLVIII  Seattle Seahawks 43 Denver Broncos 8 MetLife Stadium
2013 XLVII  Baltimore Ravens 34 San Francisco 49ers 31 Mercedes-Benz Superdome
2012 XLVI  New York Giants 21 New England Patriots 17 Lucas Oil Stadium
2011 XLV  Green Bay Packers 31 Pittsburgh Steelers 25 Cowboys Stadium
2010 XLIV  New Orleans Saints 31 Indianapolis Colts 17 Sun Life Stadium
2009 XLIII  Pittsburgh Steelers 27 Arizona Cardinals 23 Raymond James Stadium
2008 XLII  New York Giants 17 New England Patriots 14 University of Phoenix Stadium
2007 XLI  Indianapolis Colts 29 Chicago Bears 17 Dolphin Stadium
2006 XL  Pittsburgh Steelers 21 Seattle Seahawks 10 Ford Field
2005 XXXIX  New England Patriots 24 Philadelphia Eagles 21 Alltel Stadium
2004 XXXVIII  New England Patriots 32 Carolina Panthers 29 Reliant Stadium
2003 XXXVII  Tampa Bay Buccaneers 48 Oakland Raiders 21 Qualcomm Stadium
2002 XXXVI  New England Patriots 20 St. Louis Rams 17 Louisiana Superdome
2001 XXXV  Baltimore Ravens 34 New York Giants 7 Raymond James Stadium
 

NFL Betting | NFL Super Bowl Betting Odds

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