Every year on Super Bowl Sunday, America hosts its biggest party. This year the party will get better and bigger as it is the 50th anniversary of the Big Game. It is only right that Super Bowl’s golden anniversary is held in the Golden State of California. This extravagant party is now the latest stop on the celebrity circuit. The tarmacs of airports in the San Francisco Bay area are expected to be lined up with private jets to the Super Bowl.
This year, the National Football League celebrates the ‘Golden Super Bowl’ on February 7th, 2016 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, CA. Super Bowl 50 follows a gold theme with a golden shield painted on the field in every NFL stadium across the country. Sideline gear, like hats and jackets, for the teams have gold trimmed logos. The Pro Bowl scheduled for Jan 31st, 2016 in Hawaii will also follow the gold theme. This year, the champions of the Big Game will not just get the Lombardi trophy, but will also take home a golden 50 trophy, which is designed by Tiffany & Co, with the numeral 50 plated in 18 karat gold.
This is the second time that the San Francisco Bay Area will be hosting a Super Bowl. This year’s event is said to be the most technologically advanced Super Bowl ever held. If you would like to be part of this historic moment, then an Exclusive Charter Service jet is all that you need to get to this destination. Levi’s Stadium, located in the heart of Silicon Valley, ensures that Super Bowl 50 makes use of the best technology. Giant high definition video boards are installed on both sides of the field to give fans score updates and instant replays. In addition, over 2000 Sony TV’s have been installed across the venue. And if a fan wants even a closer look at the replays, they can use the Levi’s Stadium mobile app that will also allow fans to order food and drinks from the convenience of their seats. The free Wi-Fi at this year’s Super Bowl has five times more capacity than an average stadium.
Did you know that a typical NFL football game requires electricity equivalent to power 400 homes for a month? This Super Bowl, however, will be an exception. Apart from its golden hues, Super Bowl 50 aims to be the greenest event in the sports world. Levi’s Stadium prides itself on the fact that it is America’s first professional football stadium to achieve Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) gold certification. Levi’s Stadium’s 27,000 square-foot ‘Green Roof’ solar panel and 3 solar bridges are more than enough to generate the required electricity for this game.
Super Bowl 50 also claims to be the most giving Super Bowl ever held. 25% of the money raised by the Host Committee will go towards Bay Area community initiatives and to non-profit organizations. Super Bowl fans can participate in an auction to buy gold-themed designer footballs. The proceeds will benefit the NFL foundation (a nonprofit organization whose mission is to support the health, safety and wellness of athletes, youth football and the communities which support the game). The open-to-the-public Super Bowl City offers free access from Jan 30th – February 7th 2016. If you do not want to miss these exciting moments of live-action and unlimited fun, save time by booking a flight with Exclusive’s private jet charter services and start celebrating in style.
It does not matter whether you are a philanthropist, a celebrity, a tech geek, an environmentalist or a plain football fan, Super Bowl 50 gives you a chance to become part of an event that is all set to leave a golden imprint on the history of American sports.