For more than 50 years, football fans have been cheering on their favorite teams while watching the ever-popular Super Bowl. Since the first championship game between the NFL and AFL winners, football has increasingly grown in popularity. Nowadays, the Super Bowl is one of the world's most-watched single sporting events. Not only is the actual football game highly crowd-pleasing, but the annual halftime show has become a theatrical spectacle on its own. With so many iconic, memorable moments on and off the field over the years, Super Bowl Sunday is nearly an official holiday for families across the United States. With such an incredible and extensive history, it would seem almost impossible to know all of the facts and statistics about the Big Game. For example, 12 NFL teams have never won a Super Bowl, and four of those teams have never been to "The Last Game Until September." With that said, are you one of those rare beasts who eats, sleeps, and dreams all-things Super Bowl?—
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Since the first Super Bowl, there
s been a standing rule on which NFL team will be the designated home team. The Green Bay Packers, the NFC champions, were the home team in Super Bowl I. It was determined then that home-field advantage would alternate between the NFC and the AFC teams. A quick and easy way to figure out who will be the home team in upcoming Super Bowls is that NFC teams get odd-numbered games AFC teams get even-numbered games.
Beginning with 1979's Super Bowl XIII, the home team was given a choice to wear either their home or away jerseys. Before that, the home team was required to wear their colored jerseys. Of the 55 Super Bowls played to date, designated away teams have won 30 of those games, or approximately 55%. There's only one team in Super Bowl history that won the championship playing in their home stadium — on February 7, 2021, when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 31 to 9.
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