I know this news is a bit late, but if you didn’t know yet or you don’t have a single idea where the 2014 Super Bowl will be held, it will be in 15th largest football stadium in the United States, the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. This is the 48th edition of the Super Bowl in American football, and the 44th annual championship game of the modern-era National Football League (NFL).
For those who are really excited to get a slot and watch the 2014 Super Bowl, you can now buy your NFL tickets at Stubhub! Hahaha! Anyway, I’m just joking. I think the 2014 Super Bowl tickets is not yet for sale as of the moment. You can still buy tickets on the AFC and NFC playoffs at Stubhub.com if you want to.
Like the previous Super Bowls, there were 3 stadiums bidding last year to host the Super Bowl XLVIII. The other two who didn’t win the bid are Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida and Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.
Another cool trivia about Super Bowl XLVIII is it will be the first Super Bowl intentionally held at an open stadium in city with a cold weather. Yep, it’s the first and foremost! Previous Super Bowls in cold-weather cities were held at indoor stadiums.
As for next year’s Super Bowl finalists, we still don’t know yet. A lot of things will happen in the playoffs and the qualifying matches for the semi-finals and finals. I still don’t know who will win in the AFC and the NFC. It’s still too early to tell. We’ll know more about who will be in next year’s Super Bowl by early 2014. Right now, everything is still quite a blur.
And oh, there are halftime show issues in the 2014 Super Bowl. As the first Super Bowl held at an open stadium in a “cold-weather” city, organizers have indicated that there may not be a halftime show due to the weather. But it’s still not 100% sure. Maybe they can find a way to have a halftime show. Just maybe. I hope there will be a halftime show for next year’s Super Bowl as fans are eagerly expecting a half time show after the game half is over. Hahaha!
If you didn’t know, MetLife Stadium will be the first Super Bowl venue which is simultaneously home to two NFL teams, the New York Jets and the New York Giants. The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, which hosted the first and seventh Super Bowls, was the home of the Los Angeles Rams and the Los Angeles Raiders, but not at the same time. Cool trivia huh?
That’s all for now. Let’s just be patient for next year’s Super Bowl and have fun while waiting!