Super Bowl is the National Football League (NFL – National Football League) championship, the leading association of American professional rugby, since 1967. For most of the year Over time, Super Bowl is the most watched program in American television broadcasts. The final day of the Super Bowl is not only one of the biggest sporting events, but is now de facto as the US holiday, called Super Bowl Sunday. The Super Bowl Sunday is also the day that the United States has the second largest food consumption, after Thanksgiving Day.
The Super Bowl for the first time took place on January 15, 1967, as part of the NFL merger agreement and then the American Football League (AFL), which led to a unified agreement as the teams. The opponents of the two tournaments will compete in a tournament called AFL – NFL World Championship Game, during the transition period until the official merger. After the official merger of two tournaments in 1970, each tournament becomes a “conference”, and eventually the final will be a competition between the two champions of these two rounds. Lamar Hunt, a former owner of the Kansas City Chiefs team and a founding member of the AFL, named the Super Bowl after watching his son play with a “Super Ball” (a highly elastic plastic ball). of Wham-O). The Super Bowl uses Roman numerals to determine the final, not the year it was held. Super Bowl I was held in 1967 to determine the championship of the season in 1966, and most recently the Super Bowl XLIV, on February 7, 2010, to select the champion of the 2009 season.
The Pittsburgh Steelers team has won six Super Bowl times, while the Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers have won five times. Seventeen other teams have won at least one Super Bowl. Only four Super Bowl teams are Lions Detroit, Cleveland Browns, Jacksonville Jaguars, and Houston Texas.
Many famous singers and musicians participated in the play before and during the match.
Three of America’s four largest TV networks: CBS, Fox and NBC are rotated exclusively for Super Bowl television broadcasting each year. Due to high viewership (about 100 million people), the cost of TV commercials in Super Bowl is the most expensive in the year. Also because of the high cost of investing in Super Bowl ads, companies often invest to develop the most money for their ads. As a result, watching and discussing television commercials has also become an important aspect of the event.