Super Bowl LIII was held on Sunday, February 3, in the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia. While the venue is typically home to the Atlanta Falcons, it has been chosen to host the most significant NFL game of the season - the Super Bowl 2019: New England Patriots versus Los Angeles Rams.
Here are some fun facts about the Super Bowl 2019.
The Mercedes-Benz Stadium opened to the public on August 26, 2017.
Since it opened, there have been 4.3 million fans so far who went there.
Over 35,000 gallons of paint were used to paint the entire Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
The structure has hosted 38 football games, 30 soccer games, 7 concerts and 8 other events.
The Mercedes-Benz Stadium shall host the 2020 NCAA Men's Basketball Final Four.
Food and Beverage
The food and beverage program won the 2018 Sports Business Journal Sports Breakthrough of the Year award. A hotdog costs $2. Nachos and pizza slices cost $3 and $5 for a beer.
The stadium holds the record for total number of food and beverage transactions at a sports event (120,357).
Over 450,000 hotdogs have been eaten since opening, which is more than 43 miles worth of hotdogs.
There are 1,262 beer taps available with 47 different beers offered.
It was the first major sports facility to offer fans self-service unlimited soda for just $2.
Seats in the Mercedes-Benz Stadium are 21 inches in width, as compared to the standard 19-inch seats at The Georgia Dome.
The stadium is ranked No. 1 in the NFL in terms of safety and security.
It is ranked as one of the NFL's top 3 in overall gameday experience rankings.
There are 72,000 seats available, which can still expand up to 75,000 seats for major events.
Whole dollar pricing is set to every food and beverage item for faster transactions.
The stadium boasts water-efficient fixtures and structures that utilize 47% less water than a normal building.
It utilizes 29% less energy than a normal building of the same size.
The stadium offers 100% compostable cups and straws.
They have collected recycled material weighing 1,196,800 pounds.
The stadium can accommodate 9 Atlanta Falcons games or 13 Atlanta United matches using renewable energy created through its 4,000 solar PV panels.
Travel Fun Facts To the fans, the Super Bowl is more than just a game: it's really a cultural tradition. What began as a playoff match has eventually evolved into a few days of football fever coupled with food and musical festivities. Today, the Super Bowl has become one of America's most popular travel events.
This 2019, Atlanta the host of the Super Bowl LIII, where the New England Patriots will battle it out against the Los Angeles Rams in the most-watched sports event in the country.
Here are some traveling fun facts about the Super Bowl 2019:
1 Million - the number of people expected to attend the big event.
1,933 - miles that the Los Angeles Rams need to travel to reach Atlanta. Their trip was more than twice as far as the Patriots, who just needed to travel 936 miles.
$3.3 Million - the predicted revenue from Atlanta Airbnb rentals during the Super Bowl weekend. This projected average was for each room charged at $170, up 112.5% from the normal room price of just $80.
$4,613 - the average price of tickets for the 2019 Super Bowl. In 1967, admission to the first event cost only $12, which would be around $89 in today's prices.
$115 million - the amount (legally) bet on the Super Bowl each year in Las Vegas. Approximately 200 million people worldwide will wager around $10 billion on some type of Super Bowl bet.
Other fun facts about the Super Bowl
The Super Bowl has been around since 1967 - In the very first Super Bowl, the Green Bay Packers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 35-10 at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on January 1967. After they won, each player on the Packers team took home a $15,000 bonus. To compare, each Patriots player was awarded a $107,000 bonus for winning in the 2017 Super Bowl.
It is the second-biggest eating day of the year for Americans - Around 140 million pounds of avocados (about 280 million single avocados), 1.2 billion chicken wings, 4,000 tons of popcorn, 4 million pizzas, and 50 million cases of beer are all gobbled and chugged on Super Bowl Sunday, considered to be America's second-biggest eating day of the year - Thanksgiving is obviously the first.
Some tickets to the Super Bowl can cost almost $100,000! - For this year's Super Bowl, the most affordable ticket is priced at $2,900. The average ticket price is around $5,682. Even more expensive tickets can reach $93,000 or more. To compare, the average salary of an American working 40 hours per week is about $44,150, which is less than half of the price of the most expensive Super Bowl ticket.
Tom Brady is the most successful quarterback in Super Bowl history - The 40-year-old quarterback who plays for the Patriots, Tom Brady, has had the most Super Bowl appearances and wins of any quarterback in history.
A lot of planning goes into where the next Super Bowl location would be, and each place is determined way in advance - There are many significant factors to consider when it comes to selecting where to play the Super Bowl games. The NFL makes their decisions based on weather, the stadium's quality, and the accommodations for the venue. For 2020, the game will be at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. In 2021, it will be staged at the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. In 2022, the venue would be the LA Stadium at Hollywood Park in Los Angeles, California.
The Super Bowl LIII Game Results The results of the Super Bowl 2019: New England Patriots beat Los Angeles Rams 13-3 The New England Patriots have won a record-tying 6th Super Bowl title, beating the Los Angeles Rams 13-3, considered as the lowest-scoring Super Bowl of all time.
I love all these sorts of fun facts and it is a very interesting read. 450,000 hot dogs is quite an amount!! Even though it was a low scoring affair, i thought, the game was a fascinating watch and very enjoyable
Super Bowl is a wonderful show for USA citizens who love this sport, which is called American football. Even if it is not the same as normal football, these matches are watched with the soul at the mouth of many fans. The food is enough but that does not matter here. The security and resistance of the stadium are very important. The show must made by the players.
americans are special in everything and to comment anything about sports in america is stupid!when you see this numbers about super bowl,more things is about fans,how much they eat,how much they can drink and so on!who will be in half time,who will sing and other things!
I believe that the super bowl is well known all over the world. There is always some info about it, in the news. It is well known also for the advertisements made especially for it, along with some famous performers participating every time. Not a fun of the game, but you can clearly say it is an event, and not just a game.
Posted by Mober: I believe that the super bowl is well known all over the world. There is always some info about it, in the news. It is well known also for the advertisements made especially for it, along with some famous performers participating every time. Not a fun of the game, but you can clearly say it is an event, and not just a game.
It is also a business that brings a very good profit for football teams, television, those who pay publicity, people who sell beers, juices, water and food... In Europe we have some sports competitions but we do not have a population of 325 millions per country to make such shows. America has money and they invest often in all sorts of shows.
we all know that is big show in america and that this is big business there!30 seconds for commercials cost 5,5 million dollars and that say everything and every year this price is bigger!I saw post from ex brasilian footballer ronaldo,where he have this ball for american football and ask why americans call this football
yes many interesting facts to see in this year in super bowl event in America. I personally not big fan of American football know about it because see events in my local bookmakers office but some reading in internet see that it is very big sport and super bowl very important sports event.
This year's playoff was underwhelming and I am not saying that because my beloved team (Da Bears) finished on wildcard weekend without reaching at least the championship round, but frankly nobody really wants to see the Patriots in one of these ever again.
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