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Superbowl 2015- Plan your night!

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Superbowl 2015- Plan your night!


Anyone who has been in front of a TV or Twitter this week will have seen that the Super Bowl is coming! What was once a just a US event has now exploded in the UK as NFL continues to grow. With games now being played at Wembley there are a huge number of new fans to American Football. Each year the Super Bowl draws in more UK fans so to avoid being stuck with nothing to say on Monday morning here are some useful tips to get you started:

The Game:

Channel 4 will air this years Super Bowl from 10:30pm on Sunday 1st Feb- so be prepared for a late night! Like all sports, there are a lot of rules in NFL- you can find a handy guide here but its easy enough to get the basics from just watching. The atmosphere is great whether you watch at home or in your local.

The Teams:

The Seattle Seahawks are defending their title against the New England Patriots this year, The Super Bowl is the last game of the NFL season so winning is everything!

The Show:

Almost as important as the game itself, Super Bowl half time shows have become a thing of legend. Drawing in Superstars such as Beyonce, Madonna and the Black Eyed Peas in past years 2015 will see Katy Perry and Lenny Kravitz take to the stage in what is set to be an unforgetable show. Look out for the new Jurassic World movie trailer too!

The Party:

Arguably the most fun way to watch- have a Super Bowl Party! Whether you get the family together or a bunch of friends there is loads of fun to be had! Kids can get involved too with this great set of puzzles you can print out here Super Bowl is all about Football, Food and Fun- we think this party set from Creature might come in handy!

The Gear:

Whether it is in your team colours or just something cool you are sure to want to look the part. Our New Era range is full of Official NFL Gear from Caps and Beanies to Supporters Shirts and Crewnecks

Need some more info? Check this out -NFL Guide

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