When did it start?
The Super Bowl.
And it starts with a bang.
A lot of things happened in the year before the event in Pasadena, California, and we still don’t really know why.
But the big question for now is: when did the game officially begin?
The answer is, probably not long after the games.
We have to start with the very first one.
What is the first Super Bowl?
And how long have they been going on?
In the early 1950s, the Los Angeles Rams were the team of choice for most of the country, and it was the first NFL game played on a public stadium.
The Rams were playing the Oakland Raiders in a game they called the “Super Bowl,” but they were not in attendance.
It was the largest, most famous game of the season, but the crowd had not been there in over a decade.
The crowd was just a few thousand, and when the game began, the stadium was empty.
The next day, the Raiders were still playing in the same venue, and fans who had been unable to make it to the game that day were asked to leave the stadium.
A few hours after the game, a fire erupted in the stadium and destroyed everything.
The game itself was played on December 6, 1951, at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California.
The stadium was built in 1948, the same year as the Rams and Raiders were founded.
When it was opened in 1952, it was by design designed to hold a capacity of 1,000, and the stadium seats 1,500.
It wasn’t the first time the NFL had a stadium that was designed for 1,300 or 2,000 people, but it was certainly the first one in which the capacity had been set.
The capacity of the stadium when it opened in 1951 was 1,350, and since then, the league has had several attempts to increase the capacity.
For example, in the 1980s, with the addition of a second tier seating area, the capacity of Levi’s remained at 1,475.
It took a while for the league to catch up to the stadium’s capacity and in 2017, the NFL announced that the capacity was now 1,750.
This year’s game is set to be played at Levi