Saturday, April 20, 2024

10 Facts About The Super Bowl

The Super Bowl is an American treasure. There’s nothing quite like gathering with friends and family on Super Bowl Sunday to sit on the edge of your seats as you watch your team head off to victory. Some people even try to get lucky since they think they can predict the outcome of the game – you can click here to learn more about betting on your favorite sports games!

Of course, while you may love the Superbowl, how much do you actually know about it? Here are 10 facts about the Super Bowl that you can use to impress your friends and family! 
  1. It’s the Second Biggest Day Of Eating of the Year for Americans

It’s only beaten by Thanksgiving! Americans eat a lot of food on Super Bowl Sunday, from ribs to burgers and everything else in between. There’s nothing like a feast while you watch the game! 

  1. The New England Patriots Have Set Two Main Records

As we will mention later, the New England Patriots are tied for having the most wins in the Super Bowl. They also hold another record – they’ve also tied for losses. Both the Denver Broncos and the New England Patriots have won and lost the most Super Bowls – they’ve dropped five of the matchups in total.

  1. There are Two Teams with the Most Super Bowl Wins

There is no single team that wins the title of the most Super Bowl wins. That title is currently shared between the New England Patriots and the Pittsburgh Steelers. Both of these teams have won six Vince Lombardi Trophies.

  1. The First Visit to the White House

Ever wondered which team was the first to visit the White House? Well, that accolade goes to the Pittsburgh Steelers back in 1980.

  1. 300 Pigeons Were in the Super Bowl I Halftime Show

The Super Bowl I halftime show was really a sight to behold. Amongst the entertainment were two marching bands, a pair of men wearing jetpacks, a renowned trumpeter by the name of Al Hurt, and how could we forget the 300 pigeons? Yeah – you had to be there.

  1. Who Made the Vince Lombardi Trophies?

You may be surprised to learn which company made the Vince Lombardi Trophy. That’s right – it’s Tiffany & Co. It takes a total of 4 months to make, too.

The Super Bowl trophy is made by Tiffany & Co
The Vince Lombardi Trophy is made by Tiffany & Co.
  1. The Betting Stats

There have already been estimates made about the betting odds in 2021. Some predictions have surmised that 23 million total Americans are going to legally bet on the Super Bowl LV. This equates to around $4.3 billion bets made. This is partially because states such as Michigan, Illinois and Colorado can legally bet on the game for the very first time. 

  1. Power Out!

The Super Bowl XLVII didn’t quite go as planned! The game had to be stopped for a total of 34 minutes thanks to a power cut.

  1. Overtime

You may be surprised to learn that there’s only one Super Bowl game to date that’s gone into overtime. That’s the Super Bowl LI. In the end, the Atlanta Falcons won 34 – 28. 

  1. Cleveland Has Never Hosted a Super Bowl

Poor Cleveland! It’s never actually hosted the Super Bowl. Not only that, but its own team has never played in one either.


And that’s it! Those are 10 facts about the Super Bowl. Are you ready for your next pub quiz? 

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