In the United States, it is not football but rugby is the king sport and it is impossible not to mention Super Bowl matches. This is one of the most important sporting events in the US. Let’s learn more about this special event in the article below!
Introduction to the Super Bowl
The Super Bowl, also known as the American Football Super Cup, is a competition between the NFL national championship team and the AFL championship team.
Not only means a game, but the Super Bowl has long been the most remarkable sports event in the United States and is alternately broadcast exclusively by 3 of the 4 largest television channels in the country.
Many Super Bowl games are the most-watched television event in the US with an average of 100 million views, of which the Super Bowl in 2011 was the most-watched show in American history.
With such a great appeal, the Super Bowl also brings huge commercial value. Only the biggest advertising deals were played during the match. For example, to get a 30-second commercial on the TV Super Bowl this year costs 5 million dollars. Watching celebrities, discussing commercials and the accompanying game shows with the Super Bowl is also an attractive spiritual dish for many audiences.
The break between the annual Super Bowl match also shows the special performances of America’s top entertainment stars, such as Michael Jackson, Bruce Springsteen, Katy Perry, or this year Lady Gaga. And it is not wrong to say that Super Bowl matches are important cultural sporting events that have a great impact on the lives of American people.
Except for the UEFA Champions League final, there is no other sports game in the world that has as large an audience as the Super Bowl. Going beyond an ordinary sporting event, the Super Bowl has grown to become an American cultural festival because of its magnificence.