So, football fans all set for the Super Bowl 2020?
I guess yes!
Now as the timer cuts the clock with each passing day, we outline all that you need to know about this grand football festival.
Are you are that the Super Bowl tickets are the most expensive as far as the NFL history goes till date. Wondering what’s so special about the event and why this year?
In case you aren’t sure, this year NFL hits a century and would host an ultra grand event where the Kansas City Chiefs will face off the San Francisco 49yers to win the league’s crown. The two teams have been counting days as reaching to the finals is something one cannot grasp in a single go
Clark Hunt, owner of Kansas City Chief, on Sunday afternoon, was proudly handed the AFC championship trophy. This trophy was kind of a reward to secure a spot in the finals for the first time in the last 50 years. On the trophy is the name of their father, Lamar Hunt. He holds a vital position in the history of the Super Bowl league.
On the other side, are the 49ers, who once barged in a scene partaking a balanced offense followed by a defensive line as they could not complete their record.
This year everything is different. Both of these have etched remarkable victories before entering the finale. Where 49ers swayed off the Green Bay Packers, with the convincing score of 37-20, the Chiefs blew out the Tennessee Titans, finishing the scoreboard with 35-24, and both on the same day.
It seems like, they are outrageous and both wanna win badly. Now as much as they wait the day, we, their fans are knocking each day to finally be part of the game.
Another thing that might tickle your brain, the eye-catching performance of Jennifer Lopez and Shakira in halftime. Remember the time when Kathie Lee Gifford sang the national anthem just before the finals of Super Bowl XXIX, so get set to relive a much similar ambiance with the two girls hitting the floor while you are anticipating who’s taken the lead and who will turn the tables again.
- The madness will begin on 2nd Feb
- Kickoff is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Eastern
- Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla., home of the Miami Dolphins.