Arizona Set To Host Super Bowl XLIX
The Super Bowl is only a few days away, and the city of Glendale, Arizona could not be more prepared to be hosting this year’s championship. Many who are unable to attend will most likely be betting on the winner straight from home. With thousands of people, local and national, flocking to the city to see their teams play.
For those wondering, the 2015 Super Bowl will be played at the University of Phoenix Stadium, which can seat over 72,000 fans, with an additional 6,000 of standing room. This will be Arizona’s third time hosting the Super Bowl, so they know what to do.
The NFL usually has some demands that the host city must comply with, and certain events are being held before the kick-off.
- The main event the NFL has been proud of is the NFL Experience, which is an interactive theme park. It will run all the way up until a few hours before the Super Bowl starts.
- They also offer games, including GMC’s Professional Grade Challenge, M&Ms Let It Fly, and Castrol’s Titanium Training Camp.
- NFL Play60 Zone, the program where the NFL is getting kids from across the nation to play for at least 60 minutes a day. They will have all sorts of challenges and games.
- Exhibits. You can never get enough of the NFL Hall of Fame or the Fan Gallery.
These are mainly geared towards children, but when all of this is being offered, every adult brings out his inner child.
All of these events, leading up to the kick-off certainly leave nothing to the imagination. For those that will be watching from home, or Las Vegas, make sure to place a bet on your favorite team to win.