Will Chiefs or Eagles grab the Super Bowl ring?

With Super Bowl LVII just days away, you might want to hone your football knowledge, so you won’t be left out of the conversation.

Super Bowl LVII (57) will crown either the Philadelphia Eagles or the Kansas City Chiefs as champions of the National Football League’s 102nd season. This will be the fourth Super Bowl for the Eagles, who achieved their first victory in 2018. On the other side, this is the fifth time the Chiefs have made it to the big game, with the team having taken home the trophy in 1970 and 2020. With these teams having both proven themselves in recent years, it’s sure to be an exciting game for the fans.

Football is by far Americans’ favorite sport to watch, with more popularity than basketball, baseball and soccer combined. In fact, 62% of Americans consider themselves either a fan or “somewhat” of a fan of professional football, and 54% say the same for college football.

When it comes to the best football cities for fans, Los Angeles comes in at No. 5, according to WalletHub.

To determine the best places for loving on America’s favorite sport, WalletHub compared more than 240 U.S. cities with at least one college or professional football team based on 21 key metrics. The data set ranges from the number of NFL and college football teams to stadium capacity to fan engagement.

Here are some more fun facts to put in your arsenal of football trivia.

Top 5 Super Bowl Facts for 2023:

  • $6,382: The average cost of a ticket to the past five Super Bowls.
  • $5,738: Lowest price of a Super Bowl LVII ticket on the resale market just after the conference championships (35% increase from 2022).
  • $1B: Estimated economic impact for the greater Phoenix area economy in 2023.
  • 17.8M: Americans plan to watch the game at a bar or restaurant.
  • 204%: 20-year increase in the cost of a 30-second Super Bowl ad (hitting a record cost of $7 million for a spot in 2023).

Have fun!