Super Bowl 2017 Takes Place In Houston's NRG Stadium On Feb. 5, 2017

Posted: Feb 22 2016, 9:20am CST | by , in Super Bowl


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Super Bowl 2017 takes Place in Houston's NRG Stadium on Feb. 5, 2017
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The Super Bowl LI will take place in Texas.

Super Bowl LI to be played at Houston’s NRG Stadium as February 5, 2017. In contrast to Super Bowl 50, the next Super Bowl will use the roman numbering again. The Super Bowl LI experience will include more than a week’s worth of activities and public events leading up to the game.

The Houston Super Bowl Host Committee is already busy preparing the Big Game. The committee is looking for about 10,000 volunteers for the Super Bowl 2017 to manage the 1 million expected visitors. Interested people can apply here.

Peyton Manning and his Denver Broncos won the Super Bowl 50 a couple weeks ago. The new NFL season is not even under, but the guessing and betting which team can win Super Bowl LI is already underway. The Super Bowl 51 odds are currently in favor of the Broncos. Any odds do not make sense at all as there is no single game played in the new season.

The NFL season 2016 kicks off on September 8 withe Denver Broncos playing against a yet-be-announced team.

We will again cover all Super Bowl 2017 ads. In the meantime watch the best Super Bowl 50 Ads.

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