NFL Superbowl 2015

The 2015 Super Bowl will move back to a much warmer city in 2015, something which organisers and fans will surely be looking forward to after the outdoor experience in 2014. The game will be hosted in a stadium where the temperature is easily controlled. In 2008 the New York Giants beat the undefeated New England Patriots. This year will see the 49th edition of the Super Bowl which is scheduled to commence at The University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona on the 1st of February 2015. The very first Super Bowl was played in Sun Devil Stadium at Arizona State University.

This will be the third Super Bowl held in Phoenix and the second held in The University of Phoenix Stadium. The stadium usually has a capacity of around 63,400 fans.

It is expected that more than one million excited fans will visit Phoenix for the Super Bowl in 2015, which aims to generate over a half-billion dollars in economic impact, organisers over the event have said.

Unlike the Valley's 2008 game, the majority of the main activities, which includes the NFL Experience and other well-known favourites, will take place in Phoenix instead of multiple locations. The Super Bowl committee have announced that most of the major Super Bowl XLIX events, apart for the game, will commence at the Phoenix Convention Centre, City Scape Phoenix and the Hyatt Regency Phoenix. Super Bowl Central, will be hosted from Fifth Street to First Avenue and Jefferson to Monroe streets. There will be live music, free activities and food and drink available for everyone to enjoy.

The big game will be viewed on televisions across the world, and having international eyes on the local area could have long-term economic benefits, Steve Moore, president of the Greater Phoenix Convention has publicly stated. Don't delay, book your tickets to the 2015 Super Bowl today.