If you are a football fan, it’s about time that you start looking into Super Bowl 2020. For those of you who are not, here’s a breakdown of what this upcoming Super Bowl is all about.
When the game returns to Fox this coming New Year’s Eve, it will mark the seventh time that the event has been staged at this venue. In all of these years, the game has proven to be one of the most highly anticipated events in the year for many fans. This season is no different.
Of course, there’s one more significant aspect to this year’s event. That would be the ever-present issues that surround the game that have been simmering away over the past few months. It seems as if someone is always taking a shot at this great sports event. So much so that it’s hard to know where to turn when it comes to this year’s game.
The complaint that seems to be getting the most press lately has to do with the fact that the game won’t be played indoors. It has long been assumed that the ground that will be used for the game is capable of handling outdoor elements such as wind and rain. But that hasn’t stopped several owners from privately calling for the game to be moved outside.
The good news is that this argument has been thrown out of the window thanks to the fact that the NFL Players Association is on the same page. Both sides agree that this game should be played at Levi’s Stadium. If you’re wondering why it hasn’t already happened, you’ll have to wait until the end of the season.
In order to get the game outdoors, it will need a climate that’s perfect for football in the event that it’s moved to a warmer climate. But if the game does move indoors, the players can rest up well. It’s quite possible that they will still be able to participate in plenty of practice drills.
The fact that there’s a great fan base for the game has even led to some sponsors stepping up and offering their support for the event. Some have even thrown in some money as well. It looks like the NFL will still be able to put on an outstanding Super Bowl, even with the controversy surrounding it.
What makes this Super Bowl even more exciting is the fact that two teams from the same conference will be battling for a championship. It just doesn’t get any better than that. Not only that, but it will also be a huge opportunity for the two teams to showcase the skills of their respective teams.
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