The Super Bowl is an annual event that determines the National Football League’s champion for each given season. Before the term “Super Bowl” was created, the American Football League and the National Football League would battle it out for supremacy in a game previously known as the AFL-NFL World Championship. The term “Super Bowl” was coined as part of the AFL-NFL merger in 1970. After the merger was complete, each league was separated into different conferences. The winners of the AFC (formally known as the AFL) and the NFC (formally the NFL) meet up on Super Bowl Sunday to determine the NFL Champion for each season.
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The winner of the Super Bowl is awarded the Lombardi trophy. The trophy is named in honor of Hall of Fame coach Vince Lombardi, who led the Green Bay Packers to victories in the first two inaugural Super Bowl games ever played. The Super Bowl takes place at the culmination of the NFL football season for the calendar year prior. Super Bowl Sunday has blossomed into something of an unofficial national holiday, becoming hands down, one of the biggest events in pro sports.
Super Bowl 53, the 49th modern-era NFL Championship game, will occur on February 3, 2019, to determine the league champion for the 2018 NFL season. Super Bowl LIII will take place at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia, the home of the Atlanta Falcons. This will be the third Super Bowl that Atlanta has hosted, but the first in their new stadium. Their previous two Super Bowls, played in 1994 and 2000, took place in the now demolished Georgia Dome.
The Super Bowl halftime show, the biggest concert of the year, should once again be an entertaining one. It’s been confirmed that Grammy Award-winning pop/rock band Maroon 5 will headline Super Bowl 2019. The “She Will Be Loved” group won’t be the only musical juggernauts taking the stage come February 3rd. Hip-Hop superstar Travis Scott has been pegged to performer alongside Maroon 5 for the big game.
While your halftime will be filled predominantly with modern day pop and hip-hop, don’t be surprised if you get hit with a nostalgic moment that brings you back to your childhood. An online petition to perform the song “Sweet Victory” was created in November 2018 in honor of the late SpongeBob SquarePants creator Stephen Hillenburg. The song, which was performed at the fictitious “Bubble Bowl” from the episode “Band Geek”, has garnered over a million signatures. Mercedes-Benz Stadium has since tweeted a gif of the scene from the “Band Geeks” episode, potentially teasing a future performance of the song.