The National Football League's Super Bowl is one of the most highly-anticipated events in America. Thousands of people attend the event, and over 100 million people watch the event on TV-- give or take a few million more who attend parties and get-togethers sharing a screen. The upcoming Super Bowl will be here in no time, so here's everything you should know so far.
The 2019 Super Bowl will be the 53rd (or as you'll see more commonly, LIII) and the 49th modern era of the NFL (National Football League). At this event, the two best football teams in America (NFL) will play an epic game to see who takes the trophy, wears the rings, and makes history.
Football, and furthermore, the Super Bowl, has been an American tradition for decades now, and is showing no sign of stopping any time soon. Fans gather from all over the country (and sometimes, even from all over the world) to unite and rally for their favorite teams and players. The football industry itself is a $13 billion dollar industry, creating new jobs and experiences every year.
3. When and Where
The 2019 Super Bowl will take place Sunday (as it always does) on February 3rd, 2019, at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. This will be the third time the Super Bowl is hosted in the city of Atlanta, which has recently become a hot spot for the entertainment industry.
Although we won't know which teams will be playing the 2019 Super Bowl until later in the season, most sports reporters and fans have a pretty good idea of who is likely to be facing off on February 3rd, and it has been officially announced that pop band, Maroon 5 will be taking the stage with Travis Scott and Big Boi. Even not knowing who the teams are, the spirit of the sport and the spectacular show that always gets put on during halftime is enough to convince anyone to check out America’s favorite game day.