Big Easy Super Bowl Bash NFL Facts

Who’s Watching?

9 of the 10 most watched TV programs of all-time are Super Bowls.

The Super Bowl is broadcast in 201 countries with over 800 million viewers worldwide.

Women make up 40% of the Super Bowl television audience.

8 million more women watched Super Bowl XXXV than the 2001 Academy Awards. (33M vs. 25M, US women 12+) Source: AC Nielson

The Super Bowl has ranked as the year’s most watched program for 6 consecutive years.

Big Game, Big Money!

Economic Impact of Super Bowls:

Super Bowl XXXII in San Diego generated $295 M and 122,000 visitors.

Super Bowl XXXIII in South Florida generated $396 M and 110,700 visitors.

Super Bowl XXXIV in Atlanta generated $292 M and 94,000 visitors.

The Super Bowl is the top at-home party event of the year, surpassing even New Year’s Eve.

NFL sponsors spend more than $50 million on Super Bowl promotions making it the biggest marketing event of the year.

CBS sold more than $200 million in advertising for Super Bowl XXXV.

New Orleans will hold the record for hosting the most Super Bowls after Super Bowl XXXVI (9 total).

This marks the sixth time the Super Bowl has been played at the Superdome.

The Vince Lombardi Trophy provided to the Super Bowl Champion is made by Tiffany & Co. of New York.

7 Super Bowl Champions have returned to the Super Bowl the following year.

Super Bowl Sunday ranks second only to Thanksgiving as a day of food consumption.

Sales of big-screen TV’s increase fivefold during Super Bowl week.

Since Super Bowl I, only one team, San Francisco, has won the trophy after finishing the previous season with a losing record.

The Kansas City Chiefs were originally known as the Dallas Texans.

The Dallas Cowboys and the San Francisco 49ers have won the most Super Bowls (5).