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The Super Bowl is the
championship game of the National Football
League, the pinnacle of American football.
The game is almost like a national holiday
in the United States. It is held annually
on the last Sunday in January or the first
Sunday in February, and is one of the most
watched television broadcasts of the year.
An AFL-NFL Championship
Game was first played after the 1966 football
season on January 15, 1967, between the
champions of the American Football League
and the NFL. The game was a result of the
merger agreement between the two leagues
that took full effect for the 1970 season.
The third such game, after the 1968 season,
was called the "Super Bowl", and
that name is now used to refer to the first
two AFL-NFL Championship Games as well.
The name was inspired by Kansas City Chiefs
owner Lamar Hunt's daughter playing with
a small rubber ball with high bouncing powers
called a super ball. After the 1970 season,
the game reverted from an essentially interleague
championship to the NFL championship, featuring
the champions of the NFL's two conferences,
the American Football Conference and the
National Football Conference. The winning
team receives the Vince Lombardi Trophy,
named for the coach of the Green Bay Packers,
who won the first two Super Bowl games.
The trophy was named prior to Super Bowl
V in his honor following his death in 1970.
Previous to the 1966 football season, American
professional football's championship games
were played for various league championships,
and games were not played between league
champions. The game was called the "All-America
Football Conference Championship Game",
the "AFL Championship Game" or
the "NFL Championship Game", depending
on the league playing it. (See: Professional
American football championship games and
National Football League championships).
Choosing the Super Bowl Venue
The location of the Super Bowl is chosen well in advance,
usually 3-5 years before the game. The chosen venues
have either been located in the southern regions of
the United States where the wintertime weather is expected
to be mild, or in domed stadiums where weather is not
No NFL team has ever played the Super Bowl on its own
home turf. However, Super Bowl XIV (which involved the
then-Los Angeles Rams) was played in the Rose Bowl in
nearby Pasadena; and Super Bowl XIX (which involved
the San Francisco 49ers) was played at the nearby Stanford
Stadium on the Stanford University campus in Palo Alto.
The designated "home team" alternates between
the NFC team in odd-numbered years (the Philadelphia
Eagles in 2005), and the AFC team in even-numbered years
(the New England Super Bowl in 2004). The home team is
given the choice of either wearing their colored jerseys
or their white ones. While most home teams in the Super
Bowl pick to wear their colored ones, the following
decided to wear white: Cowboys in XIII, Redskins in
XVII, Cowboys in XXVII
The television network showing the game changes from
year to year. In the United States it is shared between
three of the four major television networks - ABC, CBS,
and FOX. Super Bowl XXXVIII was shown on CBS, Super
Bowl XXXIX was shown on FOX, and Super Bowl XL will
be shown on ABC.