After what has been another amazing season, the NFL season comes to a close today with the arrival of the biggest game of the year: the Super Bowl!
Today, the two best teams in the league will face off in hopes of taking home a championship and bringing the Vince Lombardi Trophy home for their fans.
Repping for the AFC is the No. 1 seeded Kansas City Chiefs who are returning to the Super Bowl once again in hopes of bringing home the team’s third Super Bowl Championship. Meanwhile, on the NFC side of the game, we’ve got the No. 1 seeded Philadelphia Eagles who will aim to bring home their second Super Bowl win ever with help from quarterback Jalen Hurts.
It’s going to be an exciting game between two amazing teams, with two of the greatest quarterbacks in the leagues facing off in hopes of leading their teams to victory. The game will be set against the backdrop of one of the league’s incredible stadiums in a city that is no stranger to hosting the Super Bowl!
Where is the Super Bowl this year? (Super Bowl LVII location)
This year’s Super Bowl will be hosted in Glendale, Arizona with the Arizona Cardinals hosting the game at their home stadium, State Farm Stadium.
State Farm Stadium is a state-of-the-art facility located in Glendale, Arizona. The stadium is the home of the Arizona Cardinals and has a seating capacity of 63,400. Built in 2006, State Farm Stadium is known for its distinctive retractable roof and field, which can be opened or closed in under 12 minutes. The stadium also features a unique design, with a natural grass playing surface that rolls in and out of the stadium on a tray system.
State Farm Stadium has hosted numerous high-profile events, including the Super Bowl, the College Football Playoff National Championship, and international soccer matches. In addition to hosting football games, the stadium has also been used for concerts, trade shows, and other events.
Aside from its impressive design, State Farm Stadium is also known for its advanced technology. The stadium features more than 2,000 HD TVs, a high-definition video board, and a state-of-the-art sound system, providing fans with an exceptional viewing and listening experience. With its top-notch facilities, impressive technology, and versatile events schedule, State Farm Stadium is an integral part of the sports and entertainment landscape in Arizona and the perfect home for this year’s big game!