Super Bowl XLV – Facts and Figures

SITE:                           Cowboys Stadium

DATE:                         February 6, 2011

GAME TIME:              6:00 PM (ET)

SUPER BOWL HOST CITIES (I – XLV):

South Florida (10)

New Orleans (9)

Los Angeles (7)

Tampa Bay (4)

San Diego (3)

Arizona (2)

Atlanta (2)

Detroit (2)

Houston (2)

Jacksonville (1)

Minneapolis (1)

San Francisco (1)

North Texas (1)

FUTURE SUPER BOWL SITES:

Super Bowl XLVI, Indianapolis, February 5, 2012

Super Bowl XLVII, New Orleans, February, 2013

SUPER BOWL XLV TICKET BREAKDOWN:

League office:                        25.2%

AFC Champion:                    17.5%

NFC Champion:                    17.5%

Other 29 clubs:          34.8% (1.2% each)

Host team:                  5 %

TELEVISION NETWORK: FOX (6th Super Bowl)

Super Bowls XXXI, XXXIII, XXXVI, XXXIX, XLII, XLV

RADIO NETWORK: Westwood One Radio Sports (English), Univision Radio (Spanish)

TELEVISION AUDIENCE FOR SUPER BOWL XLIV:  Last year’s game was the most watched program in television history, with 153.4 million viewers in the United States. In addition, a record average of 106.5 million viewers watched Super Bowl XLIV, topping the previous mark of 106 million for the series finale of M*A*S*H in 1983.  The game was broadcast to 180 countries and territories in 33 different languages.  Broadcasters from 13 countries called the game live from Sun Life Stadium.  In addition, military personnel in 132 countries viewed the game on American Forces Network.

MEDIA ACCREDITATION FOR SUPER BOWL XLIV:  659 media organizations were accredited to cover Super Bowl XLIV, the most in Super Bowl history.  4,705 journalists were credentialed from 21 countries.

POSTSEASON SHARES – 2009 SEASON:

Wild Card Game      (Div. Winner)             $21,000 (same as 2009)

(Other)                         $19,000 (same as 2009)

Divisional Playoff Game                            $21,000 (same as 2009)

Conference Championship Game            $38,000 (same as 2009)

Super Bowl               (Winning Team)        $83,000 (same as 2009)

(Losing Team)           $42,000 (same as 2009)

Pro Bowl                    (Winning Team)       $45,000 (same as 2009)

(Losing Team)          $22,500 (same as 2009)


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