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Super Bowl 45

The game will be played on the 6th February 2011 and, as usual, will pit the champions of the NFC against the champions of the AFC. The game will be played at the home of the Dallas Cowboys w...

The game will be played on the 6th February 2011 and, as usual, will pit the champions of the NFC against the champions of the AFC.

  • The game will be played at the home of the Dallas Cowboys who dominated the competition in the early 1990s, winning five titles in that decade. This will be the first Super Bowl to be held in the Dallas area but the third time it has been held in Texas.

  • Troy Aikman, a three time winner of the title with the Cowboys will assist with commentary on the game for Fox Sports who broadcast the transmission this time out.

  • As ever, expect a huge global television audience for the event. The Super Bowl has had a large television audience in the U.S., and it is often the most watched television program of the year with 80 to 90 million Americans tuning in to the game at some point.

  • GloballyFeature Articles, that audience is thought to top 100 million making the most watched US sports event. Only the UEFA Champions League Final and World Cup in soccer can top that and not by much.

  • As well as making Super Bowl Sunday a de facto holiday in the US many fans also tune to see the size and scale of the entertainments on offer as much as the football itself. These include the now legendary half-time show and some of the most expensive commercial advertisements on TV.


Whoever makes it to Super Bowl XLV this time around you can be sure that sports fans across the globe will be glued to their screens for the ultimate grid iron action.

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