Football Super Bowl

Super Bowl In Football

The Super Bowl in football is the championship game for the National Football League (NFL). It represents the culmination of a season and is the last professional game played until the next season. The champions of the American Football Conference (AFC) and National Football Conference (NFC) play each other in a neutral-site, winner-take-all game.

These conference champions are decided by the NFL Playoffs, which consists of six teams from each conference. You can learn more about the NFL Playoffs in Football NFL Playoffs.

The Super Bowl has been played once every year since 1967. The winner receives the Vince Lombardi Trophy, named after coach Vince Lombardi, who won the first two Super Bowls.

Two teams are tied for the most Super Bowl victories: the New England Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers have both won six Super Bowls. There are only four NFL teams that have never been to a Super Bowl: the Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions, Houston Texans, and the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Since 2004, the Super Bowl has taken place on the first Sunday in February, exactly five months after the first game of the regular season. The game is played at a neutral site that is chosen prior to the beginning of the season.

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