The biggest sports event of the year goes down in the first week of February. The Super Bowl is circled on every sports fan's calendar and is headed to Houston this season. The beautiful NRG Stadium will be the host of the Super Bowl, and Lady Gaga is scheduled to be the halftime performance. Last season the Denver Broncos won the Super Bowl thanks to their stingy defense. Find your Super Bowl tickets right here at TicketNetwork.com as this season could be the year your team takes it home.
Many would argue that Super Bowl Sunday should be a national holiday in the U.S. as millions of eyes will be glued to a television watching the football game unfold. For a few thousand of those fans, they will be lucky enough to have Super Bowl tickets and get to see the history that is the Super Bowl live and in person.
That history began back in 1967, when the Green Bay Packers and Kansas City Chiefs met up in Super Bowl I. At that time, the game was known as the "AFL-NFL World Championship Game" and would be the title game for two rival leagues, the American Football League and National Football League. Those people who had Super Bowl tickets for the first two seasons saw blow-outs by the Green Bay Packers from the more powerful NFL. Many viewed the NFL as far superior, and above a league like the AFL. But Super Bowl III changed that thought when Joe Namath guaranteed and delivered a victory for the New York Jets. The win helped spark a merger between the two leagues, creating the NFL as we know it today.
Since then the Super Bowl has grown each year and becoming the biggest sporting event in the World. Super Bowl tickets are so in demand that prices can soar into the thousands, the costs for advertising in the game are astronomical and annually the game is one of the highest rated programs on television.
The Pittsburgh Steelers (6), Dallas Cowboys (5), and the San Francisco 49ers (5) have the most Super Bowl wins in NFL history. The Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions, Jacksonville Jaguars and Houston Texans are the only teams that have yet to reach a Super Bowl.
The Super Bowl returns to Houston for the first time since 2004, when the Patriots defeated the Panthers 32-29. Although the Super Bowl has been plaed in Houston three times, this will be the first time it will be played at NRG Stadium.
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