Super Bowl tickets to the game in Houston February 5th are available at the Official NFL Ticket Exchange.
New England Patriots vs Atlanta Falcons
Super Bowl returns to the Lone Star State and NRG Stadium in Houston, TX. Atlanta Falcons play against New England Patriots in Super Bowl 51. Lady Gaga will highlight the halftime show. You can be there live on February 5, 2017 to see the Falcons take on the Patriots for the Lombardi Trophy! Preferred Seats gives you access to tickets, pregame parties and travel packages for the ultimate Super Bowl LI experience.
|Location||Day, Date, Time||Tickets On Sale|
|NRG Stadium |
|Sun, Feb 5, 2017||Buy Tickets|
|MVP Package||Legends Package||Captains Package|
|2017 Super Bowl MVP package includes Gameday Access, your game ticket, pre-game 3-hour VIP party in the NRG Stadium featuring award-winning chefs and world’s greatest musical performances, 90 minute post-game VIP party including field access, designated entrance into the stadium secured perimeter, appearances by NFL Alumni, priority option to purchase transportation, parking, hotels, and full day hospitality access to the Texans House.|
2017 Super Bowl MVP package includes Gameday Access, your game ticket, pre-game 3-hour VIP party in the NRG Stadium featuring award-winning chefs and world’s greatest musical performances, 90 minute post-game VIP party including field access, designated entrance into the stadium secured perimeter, appearances by NFL Alumni, priority option to purchase transportation, parking, hotels, and full day hospitality access to the Texans House.
Super Bowl Travel Packages
You may compare Super Bowl Package prices at PrimeSport.com. Your Super Bowl game ticket includes access to the club 51 pregame party. This high-energy party posted by Joe Montana and Warren Moon serving as our Houston ambassadores, offers guests a real western Texas welcome. You will enjoy an all you can eat Texas tailgate featuring coastal seafood, grilled and smoked meats, unlimited beverages including premium liquor, Beer, wine, soda and water, live entertainment, casual seating in a climate controlled structure and outdoor patio area. Club 51 is conveniently located across the street from and NRG stadium and will be open for three hours prior to kick off. Stay tuned as we unveil more celebrities coaches and player appearances along with more party details.
Super Bowl History
Super Bowl 50 was played February 7, 2016 in the City of Santa Clara California at the state of the art, Levi’s Stadium. Carolina Panthers played against Denver Broncos. Final score Broncos 24, Panthers 10. Denver Broncos 39 year old Peyton Manning is the oldest quarterback to play in the Super Bowl, and now has a league record of 200 wins, plus 2 Super Bowl rings. Congratulations! 26 year old Cam Newton is quarterback for Carolina Panthers.
Super Bowl XLIX – New England Patriots vs Seattle Seahawks
Sunday, February 1, 2015
Venue: University of Phoenix Stadium
Address: 1 Cardinals Drive Glendale, AZ 85305
The Patriots handed the Colts a wide margin loss, clinching their division championship and a trip to University of Phoenix Stadium February 1st.
Super Bowl 2015 tickets were available on the official NFL Ticket Exchange. Super Bowl 2015 was be played in University of Phoenix Stadium located in Glendale, AZ. Super Bowl XLIX tickets were sold on the NFL Ticket Exchange. It was the World’s most viewed event on television.
Patriots against Seahawks 2015 – Jan. 18, 2015 – The Seahawks finished on top in overtime today against Green Bay Packers in overtime. The Packers lead at overtime and the Seahawks returned with a record breaking comeback.
Super Bowl 2014 – Seattle Seahawks severly beat Denver Broncos in a surprise ending.
Super Bowl 2013 – Baltimore Ravens vs San Francisco 49ers
Sunday, February 2, 2013 Mercedes Benz Superdome, New Orleans, LA.
Super Bowl 2012 – The New York Giants beat the New England Patriots in Super Bowl 2012.
Has any team won the Super Bowl 3 consecutive times?
NO, but here are the NFL teams who have got the ring two years in a row.
Packers – ’67 & ’68, Dolphins – ’73 & ’74, Steelers – ’75 & ’76, ’79 & ’80, 49ers – ’89 & ’90, Cowboys – ’93 & ’94, Broncos – ’98 & ’99, and the Patriots – ’04 & ’05. New England Patriots 04 and 05. Denver Broncos 98, 99. Dallas Cowboys 93, 84. San Francisco 49ers 89, 90. Pittsburgh Steelers 79, 80 and 75, 76. Miami Dolphins 73,7 4. Green Bay Packers 67, 68.