Super Bowl

Super Bowl has a record of being the most-watched U.S. television broadcast ever in history. This took place in the Super Bowl of the year 2015 gathering a total of 114.4 million viewers. American Football is one of the most popular sports throughout the United States. Athletes spend their whole young and youth life trying to be a part of a Super Bowl team and are considered to be in a very respectful career.

NFL Super Bowl first started 55 years ago in 1967 and has been continuing since. The trophy which goes to the winning team is called the Lombardi Trophy and a new trophy is cast every year making the winning teams have a full-time possession of their trophies. This year’s sterling silver trophy was deservingly won by Los Angeles Rams. They competed against the Cincinnati Bengals and won by 3 points, the final score being 23-20.

The game was played on February 13 this year in the home stadium of the Rams, making it the second team to win while playing in their home stadium. The LA Rams won with a gripping last two minutes earning a touchdown which brought them back in the lead. Cooper Kupp, from the Los Angeles Rams, was named the Most Valuable Player (MPV).

The halftime show in each Superbowl event is a major attraction to gain more television audiences. This year’s halftime show was a blast. Many legendary artists like Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, Eminem, and Mary J. Blige entertained viewers nationwide. According to Wikipedia, the most-watched halftime show was in 2015 by Katy Perry which gathered 118.5 million viewers. Also, the most-watched halftime show on Youtube was by Jennifer Lopez and Shakira in the year 2020.

The next NFL season is scheduled to start on September 8 of 2022. The Super Bowl of the coming season will be hosted in Glendale, Arizona. The final game of the National Football League has always been and will be one of the major events each year in the life of football fans.         

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