Super Bowl

Despite significant disruptions to out-of-home viewership, network remains bullish about broad appeal of Brady-Mahomes matchup

Rob Higgins, the Tampa Bay Super Bowl LV Host Committee president and CEO, tells SportBusiness about the challenges and opportunities of hosting the NFL championship game amid the pandemic.

Increased supply changes market, but pricing remains at historic levels

New camera positions take advantage of game's attendance restrictions

The Tampa Bay Super Bowl LV Host Committee has hailed the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for becoming the first National Football League team to secure a Super Bowl berth in their home stadium

Super Bowl LV at Tampa's Raymond James Stadium on February 7 will officially have a capacity of 22,000 fans including 14,500 ticket buyers and 7,500 vaccinated health care workers who will be guests of…

League still evaluating health and safety protocols for title game

Super Bowl LV in Tampa Bay, Florida, will be the first fully cashless Super Bowl following an extended agreement with the National Football League and Visa, the league's official payment services technology…

Pop star to headline upcoming version of title game extravaganza

The National Football League is ready to push back Super Bowl LV into March in the wake of the global Covid-19 pandemic, according to Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy.

Enlarged regular season to create schedule conflict in city with Mardi Gras

ESPN Deportes has gained the domestic Spanish-language rights to broadcast Super Bowl LV, which is scheduled to take place at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida, on February 7, 2021.

Collins brings extensive experience in awards shows, entertainment specials

The National Football League's plans to expand to a 17-game regular season has caused a potential scheduling clash for Super Bowl LVIII in New Orleans in 2024

Surging demand brings average ticket price for the game to nearly $9,000

Compelling game delivers 1.4 per cent boost in viewership

German media group ProSiebenSat.1 posted a record market share in the key 14-to-49 year-old audience demographic last night with its live coverage of the NFL Super Bowl

Last-minute price jumps defy historical demand curves for the game