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Date: February 2, 2020
Location: Hard Rock Stadium – Miami, FL
The Super Bowl is one of the most popular sporting events in the United States. It takes place every year and is where the champion team of the NFL (National Football League) is decided. Broadcasted in more than 170 countries, the Super Bowl causes heaps of fans to gather around their TV sets. Its extravagant halftime shows and celebrity performers add to its appeal and is also why it is one of the most-watched sporting events in the world, it’s so popular that it has even become a de facto national holiday. After over 50 years of existence, the Super Bowl has become a legendary symbol of American culture.
Luxury Accommodations for The Super Bowl
W Hotel in South Beach: This beachfront oasis is the sizzling hot spot of South Beach. Funky yet classy, lively yet private, W South Beach laces spontaneity with structure. With an outdoor heated pool, cabanas on the beach, and basketball and tennis courts on the rooftop, your stay can be everything you imagine it to be.
Hyatt Centric South Beach: The ideal destination for the modern explorer seeking the finest beach, endless exploration, and social experience! Relax in comfort and luxury in one of 105 guestrooms or lounge by the refreshing rooftop pool. From brunch to bar, DECK Sixteen offers imaginative cuisine with a Modern American and Mediterranean infusion.
Blue Moon South Beach: Blue Moon combines the ultimate tranquility of a holistic retreat with a uniquely urban vibe. This Autograph Collection boutique hotel creates a feeling of balance among the energetic pace of Miami Beach. Their newly renovated guest rooms emphasis the serene and timeless character of the property.
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about The Super Bowl
The 2020 Super Bowl will be played in Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, FL on February 2, 2020. Super Bowl LIV will be the 54th edition of this iconic championship and will make history, as Miami becomes the first city to host the event 11 times. Miami is one of the State’s – and the world’s – most popular and will surely offer an incredible Super Bowl experience.
The Miami area offers multiple attractions for everyone: The trendy nightlife of South Beach — the eye candy of the Art Deco district, the buzz of Calle Ocho and the amplified energy of Little Havana, the luxurious hotels of Miami Beach and the historic hideaways of Coral Gables.
Tourists can also enjoy the endless shopping opportunities in sprawling malls or the lay low, personal attention by the family-owned shops of Coconut Grove and many other areas of the region.
The NFL was officially formed in 1920, but the Super Bowl didn’t materialize until more than 40 years later. In 1960, some entrepreneurs wanted to own football franchises—but denied by the NFL—decided to start a substitute league, named as the American Football League (AFL).
For years, the NFL and AFL were gridiron rivals, contending for fans, players and support. Then, in 1966, owners agreed to a negotiation that would finally merge the leagues by 1970.
The first Super Bowl, which starred the AFL and NFL champions, took place in 1966 and was originally called the “AFL-NFL World Championship Game.” Thinking the name was not catchy enough, the AFL Kansas City Chief’s owner, Lamar Hunt, suggested using the term “Super Bowl” to refer to the championship game.
After merging, the NFL split into two main conferences: the American Football Conference (AFC) and the National Football Conference (NFC). The victors of each now compete for the championship in the Super Bowl.
While others might consider the Super Bowl as “just a game,” Fans consider it as a unique, shared experience in American culture. The event merges sports, music and advertising into one extreme extravaganza. A fascinating picture of what plenty of Americans consider ideal entertainment.
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