Super Bowl 2014 or the Super Bowl XLVIII is just around the corner. Only a few weeks from now, and the most awaited Super Bowl next year will finally kick-off. Super Bowl fanatics around the world have been waiting for this much awaited day. This will be the 48th edition of the Super Bowl in American football, and the 44th annual championship game of the modern-era NFL (National Football League).

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Let’s go back to the Super Bowl. Super Bowl 2014 is scheduled to be held on February 2, 2014 at MetLife Stadium at the Meadowlands Sports Complex in East Rutherford, New Jersey, to determine the champion for the 2013 season.

Did you know that this would be the first Super Bowl to be played outdoors in a cold weather environment? If you didn’t know it yet, now you know!. According to our Super Bowl historians at Wikipedia, this Super Bowl is the first in 38 years to be played outdoors on artificial turf and the first in which two US states (New York and New Jersey) will work together with hosting duties.

It will also be the first Super Bowl in NFL history to have two host teams, the New York Giants and New York Jets! Awesome isn’t it? It will also be the first Super Bowl played on February 2 since the game was permanently moved to the month of February in 2004.

Those are just some of the interesting facts about Super Bowl 2014. See you there!

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