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Super Bowl Tickets
When you think of true football fans, you must first start with the passionate fans of the Super Bowl. Their dedication and unbridled enthusiasm for their beloved Super Bowl makes attending a game one of the best football experiences. When you purchase a Super Bowl ticket, you know you will be with spectators who love the sport as much as you do.
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History of the Super Bowl
The Super Bowl has been the championship game of the National Football League since the 1970 season, when the NFL completed its merger with the rival American Football League. Prior to the completion of the merger, the NFL and AFL had agreed to a championship game between each league’s respective champions, beginning with the completion of the 1966 season. The official name for the first two Super Bowl games was the “AFL-NFL Championship game.” Before the merger between the AFL and NFL was completed, Kansas City Chiefs’ owner Lamar Hunt coined the phrase “Super Bowl” to refer to the title game between the two leagues. The phrase took-off with the media and “Super Bowl” became the official name of the championship game beginning with Super Bowl III in 1969. The winner of each Super Bowl receives the Vince Lombardi Trophy, a 22 inch tall trophy made entirely of sterling silver. The trophy is named in honor of legendary Green Bay Packers head coach Vince Lombardi, and the trophy was first awarded under this name in Super Bowl V. Super Bowl I was played in January 1967, with the Green Bay Packers defeating the Kansas City Chiefs. After the Packers repeated as champions in Super Bowl II, the first major upset occurred in Super Bowl III. The New York Jets, led by star quarterback Joe Namath, defeated the heavily favored Baltimore Colts and quarterback great Johnny Unitas, becoming the first AFL team to defeat an NFL team.
Some of the closest, most exciting Super Bowl games have occurred within the last 15 years. One of the first that comes to mind is Super Bowl XXXII in 1998. The 31-24 upset by the Denver Broncos over Brett Favre and the reigning champion Green Bay Packers is remembered for Denver’s legendary quarterback John Elway scrambling for a first down in the Green Bay red zone, leading to Denver’s go-ahead touchdown. In Super Bowl XXXIV in 2000, Kurt Warner (QB) and the surprising St. Louis Rams held off the Tennessee Titans 23-16, with Titans’ wide receiver Kevin Dyson being stopped at the Rams’ one yard line as time expired. Super Bowl XLIII in 2009 is remembered for Ben Roethlisberger and Santonio Holmes leading the Pittsburgh Steelers on a game winning drive over the Arizona Cardinals after Kurt Warner and Cardinals’ wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald hooked-up on a 64-yard passing play resulting in a go-ahead touchdown. 27-23 was the final score. The greatest Super Bowl game of all-time may be Super Bowl XLII in 2008. In one of the biggest upsets in NFL history, the New York Giants, led by Eli Manning, defeated the previously undefeated New England Patriots 17-14. The game’s big highlight came when Giants’ wide receiver David Tyree caught a ball against his helmet, gaining a first down and keeping the game winning touchdown drive alive.
The Pittsburgh Steelers currently have the most Super Bowl titles with 6, followed by the Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers, who each have 5. The Giants and Packers are next, each having 4 victories. The Cowboys and Steelers are tied for the most Super Bowl appearances with 8. The Patriots have the second most appearances with 7, followed by the Denver Broncos with 6. The Buffalo Bills and Minnesota Vikings each have 4 appearances and are both 0 and 4 in the championship game. Buffalo, in fact, lost 4 straight Super Bowls from 1990-1993.
Super Bowl XLIX in 2015 returns to the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. ICON Tickets always has a huge selection of Super Bowl tickets year after year. Our expansive database has great seats available anywhere around the Super Bowl’s hosting stadium. Browse our ticket options, locate the seats you want, and buy your Super Bowl tickets from ICON Tickets so you can experience “The Big Game,” the greatest sporting event in North America and possibly the world!
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