Do you know that the Super Bowl had a not-so-super start? In the mid-1960’s there was bitter rivalry between the National Football League (NFL) and American Football League (AFL). During negotiations, it was decided that both teams should play an inter-league world championship game pitting the best teams in each league against each other. The first Super Bowl was held on January 15th, 1967 at the Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles and resulted in the Green Bay Packers beating the Kansas City Chiefs. While 2016 marks the event’s 50th year, the NFL deviates from its use of traditional Roman numerals in the logo of Super Bowl 50.
Although the Super Bowl is the most-watched event on American television, it pales in comparison with the experience of viewing it live at the stadium. The San Francisco Bay Area is all geared up to celebrate the Super Bowl 50. Millions of tourists will descend on the streets of Bay Area turning it into a weeklong promenade. Different events are held throughout the 3rd week of January 2016 leading up to the day of the Big Game. The game is to be held at Levi’s stadium in Santa Clara, CA on February 7th 2016. Airports in this location are preparing for the influx of private jets to the Super Bowl. With an expected tenfold increase in jet traffic, the Haywards airport is leasing out a 12,000 square foot hangar to make seating arrangements. An 80-inch screen has been added for the private jet crew to watch the game while their passengers are at the stadium.
It is interesting to note that the Super Bowl has always been held on a Sunday, for the last 44 years. It is usually held on the last Sunday of January or the first Sunday of February. The Bay Area will be hosting the event for the second time. The first time was 1985, and the big game brought the local crime rate down by 75%. Private Jet Charter services are always available to transport you to this happening venue at short notice.
The half-time show at Super Bowl 50 will sure have its share of blockbuster performances. This year’s event is expected to feature Beyonce, Cold Play and Bruno Mars. San Francisco will go all out to make the best cuisine available to visitors with a focus on local treats. Every football fan will want to be at Levi’s Stadium rooting for the best team. For those who are located thousands of miles away from this exciting venue, an Exclusive Charter Service jet provides the perfect way to get there in style. With an impressive array of sport stars, music and food, the Super Bowl 50 promises to be the last word in ultimate entertainment.