Super Bowl Tickets
Year in and year out, the Super Bowl proves that sports can and do transcend being simply a game. With extraordinary performances from powerhouse teams, half-time shows, Super Bowl parties, and the biggest game in sports, Super Bowl XLIX promises to be an event to remember.
Glendale, AZ will host the defending Super Bowl Champions the Seattle Seahawks and perennial powerhouse New England Patriots in the championship game on February 1st, 2015. With Arizona's friendly climate, a full slate of festivities and the two best teams in the NFL, this year's Super Bowl is a must-see for all football fans!
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as a seahawks fan i was in heaven when my team made it to the superbowl for the first time in their history. I was at the NFC championship game and couldn't miss the chance to see a superbowl with my team in it. I had waited my whole life for this and couldn't imagine waiting another 23 years at the time. I bought tickets, hopped on a plane with my dad and made my way to detroit. as a pure football fan i wasn't as huge fan of the indoor facility that is known as ford field, but it dose have a good feeling to it for a domed field that is. The game itself was amazing, and a true experience in itself. Its a game that any football fan can go to. The bad part was that my beloved seahawks were knocked off not by the other team but by the boys in stripes.
It's always the boys in stripes when your team loses. I agree with you that some calls were lame but it happens all through out the season. As a huge Steeler fan I'm waiting for number 6..this year!
Super Bowl Party Tickets
Be prepared and make all your Super Bowl plans ahead of time. Order your Super Bowl Party Tickets and book a Hotel Room in Glendale to make your Super Bowl experience a memorable one! Also be sure to check out one of the many infamous SuperBowl parties. For a complete list of Super Bowl Tickets, from parties, to hotel rooms, to the game itself, click here.
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Super Bowl History:
MIAMI (Feb. 5, 2007) -- The Critics said that the Colts did not have the defense to win this Super Bowl, but who listens to critics anyway. The Indianapolis Colts beat the Chicago Bears 29-17 behind Peyton Manning who threw for 247 yards and a touchdown. Although this was the first rain storm in Superbowl history, the Bears refuse to blame their loss on the weather.
DETROIT (Feb. 6, 2006) -- These Super Steelers out-rocked the Rolling Stones, out-socked the Seattle Seahawks and walked out of this Terrible Towel-covered city with that long-awaited "One for the Thumb". Yes, Pittsburgh, your Steelers are Super Bowl champions. Again. For the fifth time. This emotionally charged, 21-10 victory over the Seahawks on Sunday at Ford Field elicited tears from tough-guy coach Bill Cowher, who waited 14 years for an NFL championship and brought the Lombardi Trophy back to the Rooney family after a 26-year drought.
JACKSONVILLE (Feb. 6, 2005) -- Dynasty? Definitely. The New England Patriots don't have to proclaim greatness. The NFL record book does it for them. The Patriots won their third Super Bowl in four years -- 24-21 against the Philadelphia Eagles - and now they are challenging history.
HOUSTON (Feb. 1, 2004) -- Tom Brady set up Vinatieri's 41-yard field goal with four seconds left to give the New England Patriots their second NFL championship in three seasons with a 32-29 victory against the Carolina Panthers. Super Bowl XXXVIII was noted for a controversial halftime show produced by MTV and which aired live on the CBS television network.
SAN DIEGO (Jan. 26, 2003) -- The Super Bowl was a nightmare by halftime for the Oakland Raiders - and then Coach Chucky's horror show got even worse. Defense did 'em in, baby! And the Tampa Bay Buccaneers didn't need much more. Coach Jon Gruden and his Bucs won their first NFL championship, routing the Oakland Raiders 48-21 in the first matchup of best offense vs. best defense.
SAN DIEGO (Jan. 25, 1998) -- After John Mobley breaks up a Brett Favre pass on fourth-and-6 inside the Denver 40 with 32 seconds left, John Elway flashes his famous grin. He's finally a Super Bowl champ, as Denver wins 31-24.
TAMPA (Jan. 27, 1991) -- One of the greatest Super Bowls ever ends in the most dramatic of fashions. With the Giants leading 20-19, the Bills take over with 2:16 remaining and the ball on their own 10. Jim Kelly needs about 60 yards to get into Scott Norwood's field-goal range -- Norwood's longest of the season was 48 yards. Buffalo gets down to the 29 with eight seconds left, and all eyes are on Norwood as he lines up for a 47-yarder. Players on both sidelines pray. And Norwood booms it - plenty of distance, but wide to the right.
TAMPA (Jan. 22, 1984) -- The Los Angeles Raiders dominated the Washington Redskins from the beginning in Super Bowl XVIII and achieved the most lopsided victory in Super Bowl history, surpassing Green Bay's 35-10 win over Kansas City in Super Bowl I.
MIAMI (Jan. 12, 1969) -- Before the game, Joe Namath had predicted a Jets' victory even though the Colts were 18-to-20-point favorites. He leads the Jets to a 16-7 win, of course. But the most indelible image of Super Bowl III comes as Namath leaves the field, holding his index finger high in the air. We wouldn't hear Joe say a word until he got to the locker room, but that single gesture says it all.
LOS ANGELES (Jan. 15, 1967) -- The Green Bay Packers opened the Super Bowl series by defeating the AFL champion Chiefs behind the passing of Bart Starr, the receiving of Max McGee, and a key interception by all-pro safety Willie Wood.