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Super Bowl TicketsDue to its unusual location Super Bowl XLVIII, the 48th Super Bowl, will be one of the more compelling games in recent memory. The game will take place on February 2, 2014 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The game will be the first ever Super Bowl played in a cold weather environment and the first in nearly four decades to be played outdoors on a non-grass field. In awarding the game to the Jets and Giants the NFL has clearly taken a big risk and time will tell if the weather cooperates. Average high temperatures for the area on February 2nd typically average between 29 and 36 degrees.

Event Date Venue Availabilty
Super Bowl XLVIX
February 01, 2015
Sunday - TBA
University of Phoenix Stadium (NFL)
Glendale, AZ
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East Rutherford, New Jersey 07073

Super Bowl 2014 News:
The potential to play the biggest sporting event of the year in a snow storm is a very real possibility, something that will be followed closely in the weeks leading up to the event.All previous games held at “cold weather” cities were held in-doors at Domed Stadiums, like the Metrodome in Minneapolis and the Silverdome in Detroit.  Since 1976 every outdoor Super Bowl has been held in either Florida, California or Arizona. Super Bowl XLVIII will be the first NFL Championship game to be held in the New York area since the Green Bay Packers defeated the New York Giants at the original Yankee Stadium in 1962.

Completed in April of 2010 MetLife Stadium is the most expensive stadium ever constructed with a cost of 1.6 billion to complete and is the largest stadium in the NFL in terms of permanent seating capacity. For the 2014 Super Bowl MetLife Stadium will hold just over 80,000 spectators. The stadium is unique in its ability to change colors due to an outer skin of aluminium louvers and interior lighting.  This technique, originally developed for Allianz Arena in Munich allows the stadium to switch colors depending on who is the home team. Front row at MetLife Arena is just 46 feet away from the sideline, the shortest distance of any NFL stadium.

Since the game is a joint effort between New York and New Jersey many of the traditional Super Bowl events, celebrations and parties will be held in both New York City and in the greater New Jersey area. The first official public event of Super Bowl week, the traditional media day, will be held at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey on Tuesday, January 28th. The annual NFL Tailgate Party will take place at the Grandstand of the Meadlowlands Racetrack, adjacent to the stadium. New York City will hold multiple events including the base for the Super Bowl Media Center at the Sheraton Hotel in Midtown Manhattan and the annual NFL awards show. According to event organizers a stretch of midtown Manhattan will be transformed into “Super Bowl Boulevard” and will be the site of interactive activities that allow fans to throw and catch passes and kick field goals. The Vince Lombardi Trophy will be on display and the area will hold nightly concerts, football clinics and various NFL player appearances.

By: Chris Michaels


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