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Super Bowl LIII Tickets

Sunday, February 3, 2019 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, Georgia

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The Peach State will host the 53rd edition of what has become the marquee event in American sports, as the Super Bowl comes to town on February 3, 2019. The contest, which will be held at the sparkling new Mercedez-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, will feature the champions of the American Football Conference and the National Football Conference with the Vince Lombardi Trophy on the line, with thousands cheering on in the stands and millions more glued to their television sets at home. Super Bowl LIII will be the third hosted by the city of Atlanta. In 1994, the Dallas Cowboys captured the team’s second of three Super Bowl victories in that decade with a win over the Buffalo Bills. In 2000, the then-St. Louis Rams captured that franchises only Super Bowl victory to date with a close win over the Tennessee Titans. Both games were played at the Georgia Dome, which was demolished while the new stadium was being finished in 2017.

In February, the Philadelphia Eagles captured the team’s first NFL championship in the Super Bowl era, defeating the New England Patriots in a thrilling game at Minnesota’s US Bank Stadium, 41-33. Quarterback Nick Foles was the game’s Most Valuable Player, earning the honor after completing 28 of 43 pass attempts for 373 yards and three touchdowns, as well as a receiving touchdown on a trick play just before halftime that has entered NFL lore as “The Philly Special”. The Eagles had twice previously won the NFC Championship only to lose in the Super Bowl, including the 2004 contest against the same New England team that they defeated in the rematch.

Overall, the Pittsburgh Steelers are the winningest franchise in the Super Bowl era, having hoisted the Lombardi Trophy six times. New England has appeared in the most Super Bowl’s, with last season’s loss coming in the team’s 10th appearance, eight occurring in the Tom Brady-Bill Belichick era that began in 2001. The Patriots are tied for second in Super Bowl victories with five, matching the Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers. The Green Bay Packers and New York Giants have each won four Super Bowl games, while the Denver Broncos, Washington Redskins and Los Angeles/Oakland Raiders have won three times each. In all, 20 franchises have tasted victory in the 53 times the Super Bowl has been played since the Packers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs in 1967, three years before the American Football League and National Football League merged to form the modern NFL.

In September, it was reported that Maroon 5, featuring lead singer and “The Voice” star Adam Levine, would perform during the Super Bowl LIII halftime show. Past performers have included such luminaries as Prince, Paul McCartney, Bruno Mars, Lady Gaga, and Bruce Springsteen. Justin Timberlake was the headliner of the 2018 showcase in Minneapolis, performing in front of some 68,000 fans at US Bank Stadium and another 111 million watching on television.

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Super Bowl Results

I (1967): Green Bay 35, Kansas City 10
II: Green Bay 33, Oakland 14
III: NY Jets 16, Baltimore 7
IV (1970): KC 23, Minnesota 7
V: Baltimore 16, Dallas 13
VI: Dallas 24, Miami 3
VII: Miami 14, Washington 7
VIII: Miami 24, Minnesota 7
IX: Pittsburgh 16, Minnesota 6
X: Pittsburgh 21, Dallas 17
XI: Oakland 32, Minnesota 14
XII: Dallas 27, Denver 10
XIII: Pittsburgh 35, Dallas 31
XIV (1980): Pittsburgh 31, Los Angeles 19
XV: Oakland 27, Philadelphia 10
XVI: San Francisco 26, Cincinnati 21
XVII: Washington 27, Miami 17
XVIII: Los Angeles 38, Washington 9
XIX: San Francisco 38, Miami 16
XX: Chicago 46, New England 10
XXI: New York Giants 39, Denver 20
XXII: Washington 42, Denver 10
XXIII: San Francisco 20, Cincinnati 16
XXIV (1990): San Francisco 55, Denver 10
XXV: New York Giants 20, Buffalo 19
XXVI: Washington 37, Buffalo 24
XXVII: Dallas 52, Buffalo 17
XXVIII: Dallas 30, Buffalo 13
XXIX: SF 49, San Diego 26
XXX: Dallas 27, Pittsburgh 17
XXXI: Green Bay 35, New England 21
XXXII: Denver 31, Green Bay 24
XXXIII: Denver 34, Atlanta 19
XXXIV (2000): St. Louis 23, Tennessee 16
XXXV: Baltimore 34, NY Giants 7
XXXVI: New England 20, St. Louis 17
XXXVII: Tampa Bay 48, Oakland 21
XXXVIII: New England 32, Carolina 29
XXXIX: New England 24, Philadelphia 21
XL: Pittsburgh 21, Seattle 10
XLI: Indianapolis 29, Chicago 17
XLII: NY Giants 17, New England 14
XLIII: Pittsburgh 27, Arizona 23
XLIV (2010): NO Saints 31, Indianapolis 17
XLV: Green Bay 31, Pittsburgh 25
XLVI: NY Giants 21, New England 17
XLVII: Baltimore 34, San Francisco 31
XLVIII: Seattle 43, Denver 8
XLIX: New England 28, Seattle 24
50: Denver 24, Carolina 10
LI: New England 34, Atlanta 28
LII: Philadelphia 41, New England 33

Super Bowl MVPs

I: Bart Starr, QB, Green Bay
II: Bart Starr, QB, Green Bay
III: Joe Namath, QB, New York
IV: Len Dawson, QB, Kansas City
V: Chuck Howley, LB, Dallas
VI: Roger Staubach, QB, Dallas
VII: Jake Scott, S, Miami
VIII: Larry Csonka, FB, Miami
IX: Franco Harris, RB, Pittsburgh
X: Lynn Swann, WR, Pittsburgh
XI: Fred Biletnikoff, WR, Oakland
XII: Harvey Martin & Randy White, DL, Dallas
XIII: Terry Bradshaw, QB, Pittsburgh
XIV: Terry Bradshaw, QB, Pittsburgh
XV: Jim Plunkett, QB, Oakland
XVI: Joe Montana, QB, San Francisco
XVII: John Riggins, RB, Washington
XVIII: Marcus Allen, RB, Los Angeles
XIX: Joe Montana, QB, San Francisco
XX: Richard Dent, DE, Chicago
XXI: Phil Simms, QB, New York
XXII: Doug Williams, QB, Washington
XXIII: Jerry Rice, WR, San Francisco
XXIV: Joe Montana, QB, San Francisco
XXV: Ottis Anderson, RB, New York
XXVI: Mark Rypien, QB, Washington
XXVII: Troy Aikman, QB, Dallas
XXVIII: Emmitt Smith, RB, Dallas
XXIX: Steve Young, QB, San Francisco
XXX: Larry Brown, CB, Dallas
XXXI: Desmond Howard, KR, Green Bay
XXXII: Terrell Davis, RB, Denver
XXXIII: John Elway, QB, Denver
XXXIV: Kurt Warner, QB, St. Louis
XXXV: Ray Lewis, LB, Baltimore
XXXVI: Tom Brady, QB, New England
XXXVII: Dexter Jackson, CB, Tampa Bay
XXXVIII: Tom Brady, QB, New England
XXXIX: Deion Branch, WR, New England
XL: Hines Ward, WR, Pittsburgh
XLI: Peyton Manning, QB, Indianapolis
XLII: Eli Manning, QB, NY Giants
XLIII: Santonio Holmes, WR, Pittsburgh
XLIV: Drew Brees, QB, New Orleans
XLV: Aaron Rodgers, QB, Green Bay
XLVI: Eli Manning, QB, NY Giants
XLVII: Joe Flacco, QB, Baltimore
XLVIII: Malcolm Smith, LB, Seattle
XLIX: Tom Brady, QB, New England
50: Von Miller, LB, Denver
LI: Tom Brady, QB, New England
LII: Nick Foles, QB, Philadelphia