The increased popularity of football has contributed to the Super Bowl becoming the spectacle that it is today. Memorable, iconic moments have also played a role in the Big Game’s enormous ratings. Some of those moments have been forgotten over time. Others continue to be replayed in endless loops on TV, Twitter and YouTube.
The world champion of professional football has been decided in the Super Bowl for over a half-century. Despite its humble beginnings, the Super Bowl has become the grandest stage in professional sports. On Sunday night, family and friends will gather to watch pro football’s two best teams of 2023 — the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs — compete to win the Vince Lombardi Trophy. I’d be remiss not to shout out the people who tune in to watch the commercials and halftime performers, too.
Instead of throwing 5-10 questions at you, we decided to create a Super Bowl trivia test that is made up of one question from the previous 57 Super Bowls. While some of the questions will likely be easy for a knowledgeable fan, there are several questions that will stump even the most diehard football fans. All of the answers are provided below the test. There are six answer keys (one for questions 1-10, another for questions 11-20, etc) if you want to grade yourself periodically throughout the test.
Without further ado, let’s get started. Good luck!
1. Super Bowl I
What was the average ticket price for the first game between the AFL and the NFL?
2. Super Bowl II
What future Hall of Fame coach retired immediately following his team’s 33-14 victory?
a) Vince Lombardi
b) Tom Landry
c) Paul Brown
d) Don Shula
3. Super Bowl III
How many passes did Joe Namath throw in the fourth quarter when he led his Jets to a shocking upset win over the Colts?
4. Super Bowl IV
Which of these…
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Author : Bryan DeArdo
Publish date : 2024-02-07 19:36:39
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