The Super Bowl is the annual championship game of the National Football League. The Super Bowl has frequently been the most-watched American television broadcast. People around the world enjoy the thrill of this game. The game is scheduled to be played on February 13, 2022, at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California. Pro football is the only major professional team sport with a single-elimination playoff system. The other major sports declare their champions after a team wins four games in a best-of-seven series.
Early Super Bowls featured a halftime show which contained high school band and locals but as the popularity increased the halftime show became one of the most famous shows with celebrity performing. A trend where popular singers and musicians performed during its pre-game ceremonies and the halftime show. Unlike regular season or playoff games, thirty minutes are allocated for the Super Bowl halftime.
The Prize money for the Super Bowl 2022 is listed below. The amount could be changed depending on the situation.
Prize Money of Super Bowl 2022
|Division Winner Wild Card
|Other Wild Cards
For the title game alone, individuals from the winning team will get $130,000 each along with the prize money the winner will bring the Trophy home. On the other hand, each and the losing team will receive $65,000. This money will come straight from the NFL and will be handed out as player bonuses. Most of the top-tier NFL players have multi-million dollar contracts with their respective teams. All the players do have their professional contracts with their teams and sponsors. They do receive an amount of salary from their team and sponsors. Which doesn’t include in the prize money bonuses.
The Super Bowl has large fan followers. Not all can go and see the live show at the stadium so they follow up from broadcasts. The Super Bowl sells their tv broadcasting rights at a huge price and is the most expensive of the year because of the high viewership. Watching and discussing the broadcast’s commercials has become a significant aspect of the event.