Von Miller of the Los Angeles Rams NFL team holding up the Super Bowl Vince Lombardi trophy
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The Super Bowl is the championship game at the end of the NFL season. The Super Bowl got its official name in 1966. Previously, it was called the NFL Championship game. The winning team is awarded the Vince Lombardi Trophy every year, and team members each receive a Super Bowl ring.

The Super Bowl is one of the most-watched sporting events in the world. Viewers also tune in for the halftime show as well as the commercials.

The New England Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers have the most Super Bowl titles with six. New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick has the most Super Bowl rings with eight. As for players, Tom Brady has the most Super Bowl rings with seven.

When it comes to choosing the Super Bowl location, NFL team owners decide. Previously, teams submitted bids for hosting the Super Bowl, but the league switched in 2018. The host city must have an NFL team, a stadium with a minimum of 70,000 seats, and the infrastructure to accommodate the event.


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