Super Bowl LVII: all the curiosities

The Super Bowl LVII, in Glendale, Arizona, between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles, is the US event of the year, which will be followed by no less than 100 million viewers

by Lorenzo Ciotti
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Super Bowl LVII: all the curiosities

The Super Bowl LVII, in Glendale, Arizona, between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles, is the US event of the year, which will be followed by no less than 100 million viewers.

All the curiosities about SuperBowl LVIII

After the last two editions, exceptionally played in the stadiums of two finalists, Tampa Bay and Los Angeles, the match will be played again as usual on a real neutral field.

It is the second time the Super Bowl has been played in Glendale, in the Phoenix, Arizona metro area. The last time was in 2015, when an average of 114 million viewers watched Tom Brady's New England Patriots come from behind against the Seattle Seahawks.

Kansas City will play its third Super Bowl in the last four years. In its history it has won two, the last of which in 2020. In 2020, the year of the Super Bowl won against San Francisco, quarterback Patrick Mahomes is linked to Kansas City with a ten-year contract and an expected compensation of over 500 million dollars.

Philadelphia will return to play a Super Bowl five years after the one won in 2018, as a big underdog, against the New England Patriots. Of that victory, moreover the first for Philadelphia, the story of Nick Foles is often remembered, a backup quarterback who had to replace the injured owner, Carson Wentz, and did so by leading the team to the Super Bowl victory.

Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles finished the regular season with 14 wins apiece and only 3 losses. They then entered the playoffs first in their conferences and maintained these records also in the playoffs, where Kansas City eliminated Jacksonville and Cincinnati, while Philadelphia surpassed the New York Giants and then San Francisco.

Fox, the US television network that according to the traditional alternation between networks will broadcast the Super Bowl in the United States, will earn over 500 million dollars in the Halftime Show, from advertising revenues, while at halftime Rihanna will return to perform live after more than five years from his last show.

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