As the National Football League marks its century of football excellence, all eyes will turn to Hard Rock Stadium in Miami to determine the winner of the Lombardi Trophy when the American and National football conference champions face off in Super Bowl LIV.
The stadium has undergone significant renovations to accommodate the influx of activity which usually takes place the week leading up to the big game, meaning the sooner you book — and use valid coupon codes when you can — the better prepared you are.
Predictions for the February 2 showdown has oddsmakers buzzing in Las Vegas, as they currently favor the Kansas City Chiefs at +125. The San Francisco 49ers are close behind at +150, while the Green Bay Packers and Tennessee Titans have long-shot odds at +470 and +650 respectively.
February 2 was also the game date for Super Bowl XLVIII in 2014, as the Seattle Seahawks were the victors over the Denver Broncos.
Miami was previously a host to ten championship matches leading up to the first official NFL championship game in 1966. The 54th meeting of the NFL’s two conferences marks the eleventh time the Magic City has hosted the Super Bowl in the modern era of the NFL.
The Super Bowl, which will air on FOX television affiliates and on the radio via Westwood One. The FOX broadcast team will comprise of Joe Buck and Troy Aikman on commentary, Erin Andrews and Chris Myers as sideline reporters and Mike Pereira as rules analyst. The Westwood One broadcast team will comprise of Kevin Harlan and Kurt Warner on commentary and Laura Okmin and Tony Boselli as sideline reporters.
FOX has gone as far as encouraging taking Monday off as part of a Super Bowl promo.
What can we expect out of the Super Bowl? You’ll just have to wait to find out!
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