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Why the Superbowl Send Fans So Crazy

Every Year When the Packers beat the Chiefs in the first ever Super Bowl in 1967, no one could have predicted that a game of football would initiate what would become one of the biggest (unofficial) holidays in the United States. A time for family, food, fun and festivities, the Super Bowl has captured the hearts and minds of generation after generation. Let’s take a look at why it has become a national icon and why fans still go crazy for the event every year.

 

Getting in on the Action

Betting on the Super Bowl on US sites or at the bookies can make the event even more exciting than it already is. In fact, more than 26 million Americans place a wager on the Super Bowl each year. There are plenty of options available for those who want a piece of the action and want to place a wager on Super Bowl Sunday and it is important to take the time to look at the traditional money lines and totals the more exciting prop bets. Whatever your style and preference, having an action on the game heightens the enjoyment of Super Bowl Sunday and that is why so many people continue to enjoy it year after year.

 

Chow Down!

Super Bowl Sunday is second only to Thanksgiving when it comes to the amount of food consumed. As family and friends gather to watch the action food and drinks are shared and enjoyed. The Super Bowl brings people together and reminds us all of the fun of sport and time with those we love. It is this social element of the event that has people returning to it – even those more interested in the social occasion rather than the match itself. Nothing unites and excites like sport does.

 

Half Time Show

Just like the commercials that are shown during the Super Bowl, the half time show is almost as popular as the game itself. Over the years the half time interlude has attracted some of the music industry’s biggest and best talents. With the likes of Lady Gaga, Coldplay and Diana Ross on the stage the lavish mini-concerts are always filled with pyrotechnics and thrills that send music and football fans crazy.

 

The Game

Of course, amidst all of the food and music there is a football game being played. For those who follow the league the Super Bowl is often the most thrilling game of the calendar – even if it doesn’t involve the team they support. There is always drama and excitement – who could forget the thrilling last second win secured by Dyson and the Rams in the millennial Super Bowl?

 

Without doubt, the Super Bowl is engraved into the American culture and will long continue to be a time of happiness and excitement spent with friends and family. However, its iconic status has spread around the world and is now one of the most watched annual sporting events across the world. It is broadcast in over 130 countries and in over 30 languages. Placing a wager on the Super Bowl is also popular around the world and this means that more and more people are becoming interested in the event and its popularity continues to grow.



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