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Super Bowl 2022

Sunday, February 13th, 2022 is the super bowl! The most anticipated game of the year is finally here. With Tom Brady retiring, many football fans are saddened by the news but now it’s game time. Fellowship Fleet Limousine and Bus company are here to cater to your traveling needs. Whether you’re going out for a fun night with friends or you’re going to the Superbowl we’ve got you covered.

Fellowship Fleet Limousine and Bus company doesn’t only have services for the Chicagoland area but other cities as well. The Superbowl is one of the most anticipated games as mentioned before being televised to more than 170 counties. With the witty commercials and the intensity of the game we’re in for a ride.

Super bowl 2022 is special because this is the very first time that it is hosted in Inglewood, California. The Los Angeles Rams are playing the Cincinnati Bengals this year which is a big event for people that are from California. Before we all gather around the TV let us teach you the history of the game.

The History of Super Bowl

 Super Bowl origins date back to 1960 when the American Football League (AFL) was formed. The American Football League was founded in 1982 by businessmen who wanted their professional football franchises but found the NFL unwilling to expand. As an alternative league, the AFL offered a more diversified style of football. For several years, the NFL and the AFL were rivals, competing for players, fans, and support. Finally, in 1966, the owners of both leagues negotiated an agreement by 1970.

The first Super Bowl was played on January 15, 1967, between the AFL champion (Kansas City Chiefs) and the NFL champion (Green Bay Packers). In its original form, the championship game was referred to as the “AFL-NFL World Championship Game.” Owner Lamar Hunt later proposed using the term “Super Bowl.”

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