Football Super Bowl
Football Super Bowl XLIV will be held in 2010 in Florida. Football Super Bowl 2010 is scheduled to be held in 7th February, 2010. The game will take place at Dolphin Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. This stadium has the capacity of 75,540 spectators. Prior to this tournament, the stadium will be called as "Land Shark Stadium" until January 2010.This marks the tenth time a Super Bowl will have played in the South Florida area: five times the game has been held at Dolphin Stadium; the other five were played at the Orange Bowl. Read on to know more about the upcoming events in Football Super Bowl 2010.
The upcoming Football Super Bowl will be telecast in United States on CBS, which will jubilate coverage of its 50th National Football League season. On 23 March, 2005 the league initially voted New York City to be the host of Football Super Bowl 2010. But New York state government declined to approve $300 million for the stadium. So, the league reconsidered the other, unsuccessful candidates Atlanta, Houston and Miami for Football super Bowl. On October 6, 2008, the league selected South Florida as the host city. Read on to know more about Football Super Bowl. Football Super Bowl 2010 will market the third time that successive Super Bowl has been held in the same state with Tampa as the host. However, Miami will be the first city to host two Super Bowls specified as a National Special Security Event.
Moreover, this will also be the first that Pro Bowl will be played during the off-week between the conference championships and the Super Bowl. However, it is also decided that Super Bowl participants will not play in the Pro Bowl; the league gives conference champions an extra week to rest and prepare for the Super Bowl. The upcoming Football Super Bowl will be advertised by the Perennial Super Bowl advertisers Anheuser Busch Inbev and Career Builder. Almost 97% of advertising has been sold as of 9 December 2009. Pepsi-Cola had also previous stated their commitment to advertise Football Super Bowl 2010. The NFL formally announced on November 26, 2009, that British rock band The Who would headline the halftime show. Moreover, the show will be produced by White Cherry Entertainment.