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Feb 09, 2025

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2025 Super Bowl

New Orleans, LA

Caesars Superdome

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The History of the Super Bowl

The Super Bowl has always been a spectacular showcase of athleticism but hasn’t always been as big as it is now. The game’s humble origins can be traced back to 1966, when the established National Football League (NFL) began competing with the newly formed American Football League (AFL). To determine a true champion, the organizations agreed that an annual contest would be played.

The first season-ending face-off, played on January 15, 1967, was a modest affair with 50,861 fans in attendance at the Los Angeles Coliseum. Word quickly spread, and as the matchup gained popularity, it became a bonafide event. Initially known as the AFL–NFL World Championship Game, the league adopted the more attention-grabbing name—Super Bowl—in 1969.

These days, Super Bowl tickets are among the hottest commodities in sports. The highly anticipated encounter offers spectators a chance to see the best teams in the NFL paired up for an epic marquee matchup that attracts millions of viewers worldwide.

Memorable Super Bowl Matchups

In over half a century, the Super Bowl has produced some of the most memorable moments in sports history. With Super Bowl LIX on the horizon, hopes are high that it will deliver on drama, including pivotal passes, record-breaking runs, and unexpected outcomes. If it’s anything like these iconic Super Bowl matchups, fans are in for quite a show:

  • Super Bowl III (1969): In one of the biggest upsets in sports history, legendary New York Jets quarterback Joe Namath famously guaranteed victory over the heavily favored Baltimore Colts. The Jets, an expansion team from the less-competitive AFL, held the Colts scoreless for three quarters to earn a historic victory.

  • Super Bowl XIII (1979): The Pittsburgh Steelers and Dallas Cowboys were both battling to be the first franchise for three Super Bowl trophies. Thanks to Terry Bradshaw's four touchdown passes and an infamous drop in the end zone by Jackie Smith, it was the Steelers’ who extended their football dynasty.

  • Super Bowl XXV (1991): In what became known as the "Wide Right" game," Scott Norwood of the Buffalo Bills, missed a field goal in the final seconds, allowing the NY Giants to win their first Big Game in three decades. Between 1991 and 1994, the Bills played in four consecutive Super Bowls without winning one.

  • Super Bowl XLIII (2008): The New England Patriots came into this Super Bowl against the New York Giants looking to become the first NFL team to finish the season 19–0. Tom Brady and Eli Manning battled until the last minute, when the famous “Helmet Catch” kept the game-winning drive for the Giants alive.

  • Super Bowl XLIII (2009): Late in the fourth quarter, the Pittsburgh Steelers saw Larry Fitzgerald of the Arizona Cardinals running into the end zone to put his team up by three points, but the Steelers didn't give up. Ben Roethlisberger completed a masterful last-minute drive that ended in the winning touchdown.

  • Super Bowl LI (2017): With the Atlanta Falcons looking for their first Super Bowl victory in team history, the New England Patriots, led by Tom Brady, overcame a 25-point deficit to win the game in overtime. It was one of the most dramatic Super Bowl comebacks ever, with the phrase “28 to 3" going down in history.

Frequently Asked Questions

Which Super Bowl is in 2025?

The 2025 Super Bowl is LIX (59), and tickets can be found at GoTickets.com, where trusted sellers list available seats and every secure sale comes with a 100% buyer guarantee. 

When is Super Bowl LIX?

Super Bowl 59 will take place in February 2025 at the Caesars Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana. Find tickets at GoTickets.com, where every secure purchase is protected by a buyer guarantee.

When do Super Bowl tickets go on sale?

Tickets for the Super Bowl go one sale weeks before the event. There is usually a spike in interest after the AFC and NFC Championships, when the teams playing in the Big Game are officially determined. 

Where can I buy Super Bowl LIX tickets?

Get Super Bowl 59 tickets at GoTickets.com. Analyze the seating chart and score authentic seats at the National Football League’s biggest game! Every secure sale is covered by a buyer guarantee.

How many Super Bowl tickets are sold?

The number of Super Bowl tickets available is dependent on the venue, which changes every year. Over 61,000 tickets were sold for the last NFL Championship Game.

What are the best seats at the Super Bowl? 

In football, 50-yard-line seats are always in demand. Super Bowl tickets in those sections are some of the most desirable access passes in sports. Seeing the Big Game from mid-field is a dream come true!

How much do Super Bowl tickets cost? 

Super Bowl ticket prices vary, with costs dependent on several factors, including the participating teams.  Seats are among the most expensive you’ll find in sports, but being at the game offers unforgettable memories.

Where are the cheapest Super Bowl tickets?

The cheapest Super Bowl tickets you can buy will likely get you seats on the highest level of the venue. Sure, they're far from the field, but they give you a birds-eye view of the biggest game of the year.

Who is performing at the Super Bowl LIX Halftime Show?

The performer for the Super Bowl LIX Halftime Show hasn’t been announced yet. Check GoTickets.com for updates and tickets for the Big Game. 

Can I buy tickets for the Super Bowl Halftime Show? 

It is not possible to purchase tickets just to watch the NFL Super Bowl Halftime Show. You must buy tickets for the Super Bowl, whether or not you intend to stay for the entire game.

What time does the Super Bowl start?

Kickoff is usually around 6:30 p.m. EST. Super Bowl ticket holders should plan to walk through the gates at least 1–2 hours early to explore the Caesars Superdome, find their seats, and enjoy the pre-game festivities.

How long is the Super Bowl? 

When buying tickets for the Super Bowl, keep in mind that the game is usually about four hours long, including pre-game activities, the main event, the halftime show, and the awards ceremony.

How much is Super Bowl parking?

Prices for spaces vary based on lot ownership, security, and proximity to the venue. Super Bowl ticket holders typically pay a premium for last-minute parking, so reserve a parking pass in advance at GoTickets.com.