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NFL Super Bowl XLIV


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NFL means National Football League. It is the premier association of american football and super bowl is the championship game of NFL. Majority of television viewers in America watch NFL super bowl. The day on which this game is played is considered as the national holiday in America and is also known as Super Bowl Sunday. This day is also the second largest food consumption day in America. The popularity of NFL championships can be compared to Thanksgiving Day. Major television networks of America compete to get the exclusive broadcast rights to broadcast this game.

Investing in advertising is very costly in this game because if a company gets only a 30 seconds of commercial slot during the game then the cost if one million. So for this reason companies show their most expensive advertisement for this broadcast. The reason of so expensive commercial slots is that if an advertisement is shown during the game then it gets great exposure and a lot can be made from it.

The NFL (National Football League) and AFL (American Football League) were once the rival leagues in America. Both these leagues formed a merger in an agreement. In the agreement, it was agreed that the champion teams of both the leagues would play in the championship game of AFL and NFL until this merger continued. Each league became conference after forming of merger and the conference champions played in the NFL Super Bowl game. The day of 15th January in the year 1967 was the day when the NFL Super Bowl was played for the first time in America.

The name Super Bowl was given by Lamar hunt who was the founder member of the AFL (American Football League). The name Super Bowl came in his mind after seeing his children busy in playing with the super ball. Each game is separately identified in Super Bowl. To identify each Super Bowl game, roman numerals are used. In the year 1967, Super Bowl I which was the first game of NFL Super Bowl was played and in the year 2010, Super Bowl XLIV which will be the next game of NFL Super Bowl will be played.

This time the NFL Super Bowl will be played in Landshark stadium of Miami. In the past years, the Landshark stadium has organized many football events in which four were Super Bowls and two were World Series. In 2010, Landshark stadium will be hosting the NFL Super Bowl for the fifth time and this Super Bowl event will be the ninth for the whole Miami area.

Super Bowl XLIV event will officially begin on February 7, 2010. Super Bowl XLIV will make Florida a busy state because of the fans coming to the Landshark stadium to watch this game live. The hotels, restaurants and inns are all prepared to entertain fans and tourists. The Landshark stadium has also been prepared for this day with the seating capacity of atleast 65,000 fans. Cheap Super Bowl XLIV tickets are now on sale for the game to be held on February 7, 2010 in Miami Florida for providing promo code " 44 " at checkout on to get 5% off your Super Bowl 44 tickets.


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