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    Super Bowl Fast Facts

    Super Bowl 50 • Super Bowl Week to run January 30 – February 7, 2016 • The game will be played in Levi’s Stadium on Sunday, February 7, 2016 • More than 150,000 expected visitors to the region • 22,000 hotel rooms are under contract • More than 1 million people expected to participate in Super Bowl Week-

    related activities and events like the NFL Experience • More than 5000 domestic and international media expected to attend • 25% of all dollars raised by the Host Committee will support community

    initiatives and high-performing Bay Area nonprofits • This is the first Super Bowl to use Arabic instead of Roman numerals Super Bowl, the Bay Area and California • The Bay Area was awarded Super Bowl 50 on May 21, 2013 • The Super Bowl was last played in the Bay Area in 1985 at Stanford University,

    where the 49ers won with a 38-16 win over the Miami Dolphins • The first Super Bowl was played at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in 1967,

    where the Green Bay Packers beat the Kansas City Chiefs 35-10 • The Bay Area region represents a record eight Super Bowls; five by the San

    Francisco 49ers and three by the Oakland Raiders • The state of California has hosted 11 Super Bowls to date, only second to

    state of Florida at 15 (7 in Los Angeles, 3 in San Diego and 1 in the Bay Area) Super Bowl • Only 15 communities have ever hosted a Super Bowl • Super Bowls represent 9 of the top 10 most-watched television shows of all

    time, attracting more than 100 million viewers annually • Televised in more than 200 countries and territories, and 25 languages • More than 24.9million tweets and 185 million Facebook interactions about

    Super Bowl XLVIII occurred during the live telecast • Last year, more than 8 million media stories where written or recorded about

    Super Bowl Week and game day • Economic impact estimates from past Super Bowls are in the hundreds of