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New England Patriots A 1, 0—1. Louisiana Superdome 3 [sb 6]. New Orleans, Louisiana 6. New York Giants N 1, 1—0. Denver Broncos A 2, 0—2.
Rose Bowl 4 [sb 5]. Pasadena, California 6 [sb 2]. January 31, Washington Redskins N 4, 2—2. Denver Broncos A 3, 0—3. San Diego—Jack Murphy Stadium [sb 11].
San Diego, California. San Francisco 49ers N 3, 3—0. Cincinnati Bengals A 2, 0—2. Joe Robbie Stadium [sb 12].
Miami, Florida 6 [sb 3]. San Francisco 49ers N 4, 4—0. Denver Broncos A 4, 0—4. Louisiana Superdome 4 [sb 6]. New Orleans, Louisiana 7.
January 27, New York Giants N 2, 2—0. Buffalo Bills A 1, 0—1. Tampa Stadium 2. Tampa, Florida 2. Washington Redskins N 5, 3—2.
Buffalo Bills A 2, 0—2. Minneapolis, Minnesota. Dallas Cowboys N 6, 3—3. Buffalo Bills A 3, 0—3. Rose Bowl 5 [sb 5]. Pasadena, California 7 [sb 2].
Dallas Cowboys N 7, 4—3. Buffalo Bills A 4, 0—4. Georgia Dome. Atlanta, Georgia. January 29, San Francisco 49ers N 5, 5—0.
San Diego Chargers A 1, 0—1. Joe Robbie Stadium 2 [sb 12]. Miami, Florida 7 [sb 3]. Dallas Cowboys N 8, 5—3. Pittsburgh Steelers A 5, 4—1.
Sun Devil Stadium. Tempe, Arizona [sb 13]. Green Bay Packers N 3, 3—0. New England Patriots A 2, 0—2. Louisiana Superdome 5 [sb 6]. New Orleans, Louisiana 8.
Denver Broncos A 5, 1—4. Green Bay Packers N 4, 3—1. Qualcomm Stadium 2 [sb 11]. San Diego, California 2. Denver Broncos A 6, 2—4.
Atlanta Falcons N 1, 0—1. Pro Player Stadium 3 [sb 12]. Miami, Florida 8 [sb 3]. Louis Rams N 2, 1—1. Tennessee Titans A 1, 0—1. Georgia Dome 2.
Atlanta, Georgia 2. Baltimore Ravens A 1, 1—0. New York Giants N 3, 2—1. Raymond James Stadium.
Tampa, Florida 3. New England Patriots A 3, 1—2. Louis Rams N 3, 1—2. Louisiana Superdome 6 [sb 6].
New Orleans, Louisiana 9. Tampa Bay Buccaneers N 1, 1—0. Oakland Raiders A 5, 3—2. Qualcomm Stadium 3 [sb 11].
San Diego, California 3. February 1, New England Patriots A 4, 2—2. Carolina Panthers N 1, 0—1. Reliant Stadium [sb 14].
Houston, Texas 2. New England Patriots A 5, 3—2. Philadelphia Eagles N 2, 0—2. Jack Murphy Stadium. XXI Phil Simms. XX XIX Stanford Stadium.
XVIII XVII XVI Pontiac Silverdome. XV Jim Plunkett. XIV XIII XII XI VIII 8. VII 7. Jake Scott.
Memorial Coliseum. For many years, Whitney Houston 's performance of the national anthem at Super Bowl XXV in , during the Gulf War , had long been regarded as one of the best renditions of the anthem in history.
The halftime show of Super Bowl XXXVIII attracted controversy , following an incident in which Justin Timberlake removed a piece of Janet Jackson 's top, briefly exposing one of her breasts before the broadcast quickly cut away from the shot.
The incident led to fines being issued by the FCC and a larger crackdown over " indecent " content broadcast on television , and MTV then a sister to the game's broadcaster that year, CBS , under Viacom being banned by the NFL from producing the Super Bowl halftime show in the future.
No market or region without an active NFL franchise has ever hosted a Super Bowl, and the presence of an NFL team in a market or region is now a de jure requirement for bidding on the game.
The Louisiana Superdome has hosted seven Super Bowls, the most of any venue. This was as the winning market was previously not required to host the Super Bowl in the same stadium that its NFL team used, if the stadium in which the Super Bowl was held was perceived to be a better stadium for a large high-profile event than the existing NFL home stadium in the same city; for example Los Angeles's last five Super Bowls were all played at the Rose Bowl , which has never been used by any NFL franchise outside of the Super Bowl.
Starting with the selection of the Super Bowl XXVIII venue on May 23, , the league has given preference in awarding the Super Bowl to brand new or recently renovated NFL stadiums, alongside a trend of teams demanding public money or relocating to play in new stadiums.
No team has ever played the Super Bowl in its home stadium. In that instance, U. Bank Stadium became the first Super Bowl host stadium selected on May 20, to also host a Divisional Playoff Game in the same season which the Vikings won ; all previous times that the Super Bowl host stadium hosted another playoff game in the same postseason were all Wild Card games.
Only MetLife Stadium did not have a roof be it fixed or retractable but it was still picked as the host stadium for Super Bowl XLVIII in an apparent waiver of the warm-climate rule, with a contingency plan to reschedule the game in the event of heavy snowfall.
There have been a few instances where the league has rescinded the Super Bowl from cities. Super Bowl XLIX in was originally given to Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri , but after two sales taxes failed to pass at the ballot box a renovation proposal had passed successfully, but a second ballot question to add a rolling roof structure to be shared with Kaufmann Stadium critical for the game to be hosted was rejected , and opposition by local business leaders and politicians increased, Kansas City eventually withdrew its request to host the game.
The location of the Super Bowl is chosen at a meeting of all NFL team owners, usually three to five years prior to the event. The game has never been played in a metropolitan area that lacked an NFL franchise at the time the game was played, although in NFL commissioner Roger Goodell suggested that a Super Bowl might be played in London , perhaps at Wembley Stadium.
Through Super Bowl LVI , teams were allowed to bid for the rights to host Super Bowls, where cities submitted proposals to host a Super Bowl and were evaluated in terms of stadium renovation and their ability to host, but this competition was rescinded in In , a document listing the specific requirements of Super Bowl hosts was leaked, giving a clear list of what was required for a Super Bowl host.
Much of the cost of a Super Bowl is to be assumed by the host community, although some costs are enumerated within the requirements to be assumed by the NFL.
The designated " home team " alternates between the NFC team in odd-numbered games and the AFC team in even-numbered games. Regardless of being the home or away team of record, each team has their team logo and wordmark painted in one of the end zones.
Originally, the designated home team had to wear their colored jerseys, which resulted in Dallas donning their less exposed dark blue jerseys for Super Bowl V.
The Cowboys, since , have worn white jerseys at home. The Redskins wore white at home under coach Joe Gibbs starting in through , continued by Richie Petitbon and Norv Turner through , then again when Gibbs returned from through Meanwhile, the Steelers, who have always worn their black jerseys at home since the AFL—NFL merger in , opted for the white jerseys after winning three consecutive playoff games on the road, wearing white.
The Steelers' decision was compared with the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XX ; the Patriots had worn white jerseys at home during the season, but after winning road playoff games against the New York Jets and Miami Dolphins wearing red jerseys, New England opted to switch to crimson for the Super Bowl as the designated home team.
For the Broncos in Super Bowl 50, Denver general manager John Elway simply stated, "We've had Super Bowl success in our white uniforms"; they previously had been 0—4 in Super Bowls when wearing their orange jerseys.
During the pairing of Bill Belichick and Tom Brady , New England has mostly worn their blue jerseys for home games, but have worn white for a home game in the , , and seasons.
The 49ers, as part of the league's 75th Anniversary celebration, used their throwback uniform in Super Bowl XXIX , which for that year was their regular home jersey.
The Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII wore their royal blue and yellow throwback uniforms, which they have previously worn for six home games including a home playoff game.
The 49ers reportedly requested to wear an all-white third jersey ensemble for Super Bowl LIV , which the San Francisco Chronicle noted they could do with special permission from the league; the league never granted such permission, and the 49ers instead opted for their standard uniform of white jerseys with gold pants.
A total of 26 different stadiums, six of which have been demolished and one currently under demolition, either have hosted or are scheduled to host Super Bowls.
Before that, the stadium had a Miami address while in unincorporated Miami-Dade County. Also, London, England , has occasionally been mentioned as a host city for a Super Bowl in the near future.
Seven stadiums that hosted a Super Bowl game no longer exist. Humphrey Metrodome in Minneapolis, which hosted the Super Bowl, was demolished in March ; the Georgia Dome in Atlanta , which hosted two Super Bowls, was demolished in November ; and the Pontiac Silverdome in suburban Detroit , which hosted the Super Bowl, was demolished in March , five months following the demolition of the Georgia Dome.
In reaction to the letters, many Vegas resorts, rather than discontinue the popular and lucrative parties, started referring to them as "Big Game Parties".
In , the NFL made an attempt to trademark "The Big Game" as well; however, it withdrew the application in due to growing commercial and public relations opposition to the move, mostly from Stanford University and the University of California, Berkeley and their fans, as the Stanford Cardinal football and California Golden Bears football teams compete in the Big Game , which has been played since 28 years before the formation of the NFL and 75 years before Super Bowl I.
Like the other major professional leagues in the United States, the winner of the Super Bowl is usually declared de facto "World Champion. While controversial, most players in the league endorse the use of the word, due to the fact that there aren't any teams from other countries that have challenged for the title.
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Since Super Bowl XLV , the Roman numeral of the game has been featured alongside the trophy, with the exception of Super Bowl 50 , with the logo decorated in different colors for each year.
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Soon after the Bolsheviks seized control in immense, troubled Russia in November and moved towards negotiating peace with the Central Powers, the former Russian state of Ukraine declares its total independence.
The most decorated man of the war, American Lt. Audie Murphy, is wounded in France. Born the son of Texas sharecroppers on June 20, , Murphy served three years of active duty, beginning as a private, rising to the rank of staff sergeant, and finally winning a battlefield Live TV.
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Joe Robbie Stadium.