NFL Super Bowl 2016. Where and when will Super Bowl 2016 take place?

[ 02.08.16 ]

NFL Super Bowl 2016. Where and when will Super Bowl 2016 take place?

Where and when will Super Bowl 2016 take place?

The 50th Super Bowl – the annual championship game of the National Football League (NFL) – is scheduled for February 7, 2016 at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California, which currently serves as the home of the San Francisco 49ers.

Last year Super Bowl 2015 was played on February 1 between the New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks. The exciting game took place at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. The New England Patriots won the title 28:24. Is there any possibility that the same teams will compete against each other at Super Bowl 2016? This question is still open.

Popular singers and musicians, such as U2, Rolling Stones, and Madonna, has performed during the half-time break. At Super Bowl 2016, the British rock band Coldplay will perform the hits from their new album ‘A Head Full of Dreams.’ Other artists to entertain the public will include Beyonce and Bruno Mars.

Where and when will Super Bowl 2016 take place?

Super Bowl 2015

As already mentioned, the New England Patriots defeated the Seattle Seahawks and won their fourth Super Bowl title. The Patriots headquartered in Massachusetts beat their rival 28:24. Tom Brady, a quaterback from the Patriots and four-time Super Bowl champion, was awarded his third Super Bowl MVP as the best player of the game. Super Bowl 2015 was seen by 114.4 million viewers.

NFL regular season 2015/16

The National Football League regular season 2015/16 begins on September 10 and ends on January 3. Sixteen teams will play 32 games each. The teams are divided into the American Football Conference and the National Footbal Conference. Each Conference is organized into four divisions: East, North, South, and West. At the end of the regular season, the top 6 teams in each Conference proceed into the playoff. The playoff champion then plays in the Super Bowl.

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