The Super Bowl is the championship game of the NFL, played early in the year as the culmination of the playoffs. The location of the Super Bowl rotates each year with New Orleans and Miami having hosted the most big games in history. The Super Bowl is held two weeks after the AFC & NFC Championship Games are decided, although it used to be held the following weekend.
The first Super Bowl was played on January 15th, 1967 as the game to determine the Champion between the AFL and NFL. The Green Bay Packers won, and Bart Starr was named MVP of Super Bowl I. A condition of the AFL-NFL Merger was that the winners of each leagues championship game would meet to determine the world champion of American football. After the NFL's Green Bay Packers convincingly won the first two Super Bowls, some team owners feared that AFL teams could compete with their NFL counterparts. That all changed with perhaps the biggest upset in Super Bowl history, the AFL's New York Jets, led by Joe Namath, beat the Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl III in Miami. The next year, the AFL's Kansas City Chiefs defeated the NFL's Minnesota Vikings 23-7 and won Super Bowl IV in New Orleans. Check out these pages to see more famous Super Bowls and past SB champions.
Since the leagues merged into one in 1970, the Super Bowl has featured the champions of the AFC and NFC. The team who wins the Super Bowl receives the Vince Lombardi Trophy, named for the coach of the Green Bay Packers, who won the first two Super Bowl games.
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2015 Super Bowl Preview
Super Bowl 49 (XLIX) will kickoff at 4:30PM MST on Sunday, February 1 in Glendale, Arizona at the University of Phoenix Stadium. Super Bowl XLIX will feature one of the best quarterback duels of this decade. Tom Brady will make history with a 6th appearance in the Super Bowl and will lead a relentless Patriots offensive attack against the Legion of Boom and the vaunted Seattle Seahawks defense. An improbable come from behind win in the NFC Championship Game has Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks returning to defend their 2014 Super Bowl Championship. Will the New England Patriots win a 4th Super Bowl title of the Brady – Belichick era? Or will Pete Carroll lead the Seattle Seahawks to back to back Super Bowl Championships? Either way, Super Bowl XLIX is likely to go down as one of the best Super Bowls yet.
Super Bowl XLIX at University of Phoenix Stadium Address: 1 W Cardinals Dr, Glendale, Arizona, 85305
After testing mother nature's northeastern winters the Super Bowl is headed back to closed quarters in the deserts of Glendale, Arizona's University of Phoenix Stadium. Normally home to the Arizona Cardinals during the regular season, this state of the art stadium holds up to 65 thousand fans and was the first of it's kind. The field was built on a fully retractable AirField System that allows for a natural grass field to be used inside the enclosed stadium. The University of Phoenix Stadium features several levels and suite accommodations.
University of Phoenix 100-level
Except for the sections direction in front of the jumbotron (138-144), every section on this level has 41 rows. Sections 108, 109, 129, and 130 are at midfield and are called Main Level Premier. Each section in the 100 main level will be distinguished by where it is in relation to the field. Sections 105-112 are behind the Cardinals (home team) bench.
University of Phoenix 200-level
This is the club level, which is directly above the 100 level of the stadium. Along with the ticket, you get access to certain bars and areas others do not. There are 9 to 10 rows in most sections, unless it is a “corner” section, which will have 12 rows.
University of Phoenix 400-level
There are small sections that will have only 3-5 rows called Ring of Honor that are direction in front of the bigger, upper level sections. The big sections are called terrace, and they usually have about 23 rows. This is the cheapest avenue to get in the venue.
University of Phoenix Luxury Suites
There are 88 luxury suites that sit between the 200 and 400 levels. They are considered “lofts” at UofPhoenix Stadium. A party loft includes lounge areas, TVs and a cash bar. Private lofts seat up to 24 people with a private restroom, lounge area, TVs and a dedicated server.
University of Phoenix Field Box
Stadium Field Boxes are on the concourse level and give you semi-private seating close to the field. These must be bought in ticket groups of 8 and you can pre-order food and drink.
Parking at University of Phoenix Stadium for Super Bowl XLIX
There will be several parking options to accommodate the estimated 72,000+ fans headed to the University of Phoenix Stadium on February 1 for Super Bowl XLIX between Seattle and New England. Each lot at the stadium has specific guidelines in regards to vehicle accessibility and lot permissions. All parking lots the University of Phoenix Stadium will open at 10:00AM and close 2 hours after the end of the game. There will be no overnight parking available in any of the lots at the stadium. Along with overnight parking, shuttles that typically run during Cardinals games, patron drop-off/pick-up areas, and recreational vehicle (RV) parking will not be available at the University of Phoenix Stadium during Super Bowl XLIX.
Super Bowl XLIX - On Location Parking
On location parking at the University of Phoenix are the closest options available and include the lettered lots (A-G) associated with the red line surrounding the stadium on the map below.
The majority of parking lots at the University of Phoenix Stadium are considered standard parking and apply to all vehicles less than 20 feet in length (vehicles longer than 20 feet will not be granted entry). The standard auto parking lots include the Tanger Outlets lot (purple), West Valley Family Church lot (green), COG Utility lot (orange), Brown lot, Purple lots A, B, & X, Youth Field lot 1 (green), Blue Lots J & K, Lot L (yellow), and the DirecTV Lot (green) from the map below.
Limousine/Mini Bus/Coach Parking
Designated lots for fans attending the Super Bowl in vehicles not categorized as standard will be available at the University of Phoenix Stadium. Limousines must be less than 25 feet in length and are permitted to park at the Youth Field lot 2 (green) & the Red Lot 1 from the map below. Mini Bus parking will be at Orange Lots 1 & 2 and are required to be less than 35 feet in length. Coach parking will be available at the Yellow Lot 2.
While ADA parking is offered in all lots at the University of Phoenix Stadium, the Gray ADA lot (labeled ADA on map) will be reserved for any standard vehicles (less than 20 feet in length) that require disabled parking. ADA Placard information must be present in order to use the specified ADA spaces.
Super Bowl Event Guide
What time does the 2015 Super Bowl kickoff?
Kickoff for Super Bowl 49 (XLIX) in Glendale, Arizona on February 1, 2015 is at 4:30PM MST.
Who is the halftime performer for Super Bowl 49?
The 2015 Pepsi Super Bowl XLIX Halftime show will feature pop superstar Katy Perry with a special appearance from Lenny Kravitz.
Where’s the best place to park at University of Phoenix Stadium for the Super Bowl?
Since the stadium is not in the middle of the city, there is lots of parking all around and you should look into buying a parking pass before you go to expedite the process.
How can I buy cheap Super Bowl tickets?
TicketCity offers a large selection of Super Bowl tickets which includes some of the lowest priced seats on the market. Super Bowl ticket prices fluctuate based on demand for the games. Bigger matchups typically push demand higher & ticket prices. The opposite can happen if the Super Bowl matchup is less intriguing. Marquee teams, like the New England Patriots, San Francisco 49ers, Dallas Cowboys, and other teams with large fan bases, can drive up Super Bowl ticket prices. The Super Bowl is one of the biggest sporting events in the world, so if you’re looking for cheap tickets you may want to act early before the big push in January.
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