Wer gewann 2014 den Super Bowl?

Wer gewann 2014 den Super Bowl?

Seattle SeahawksSuper Bowl XLVIII / Weltmeister
2014, 0:30 MEZ). Zur Halbzeit traten Bruno Mars und die Red Hot Chili Peppers auf. Der Meister der National Football Conference (NFC), die Seattle Seahawks, gewannen den Super Bowl XLVIII mit 43:8 gegen den Meister der American Football Conference (AFC), die Denver Broncos.

Wie oft ist Superbowl?

Von 1967 bis 1982 am 2. oder 3. Sonntag im Januar, von 1979 bis 1993 am letzten oder vorletzten Sonntag im Januar, von 1990 bis 2002 am fünften Sonntag des Jahres, von 1990 bis 2001 und 2003 am letzten Sonntag im Januar, von 2004 bis 2020 und 2002 am ersten Sonntag im Februar.

Wie oft Buccaneers Super Bowl?

202131-9 – Kansas City Chiefs
200348-21 – Las Vegas Raiders
Tampa Bay Buccaneers/NFL-Meisterschaften

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What stadium was the 2015 Super Bowl played at?

The game was played on February 1, 2015, at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, the second held at the stadium and the third in the Phoenix metropolitan area . The Patriots‘ victory was their fourth overall and first since Super Bowl XXXIX, ending a 10-year championship drought.

How many people watched the Super Bowl in 2015?

The game was seen by an average of 114.4 million viewers, with it reaching to 118.5 million during the Super Bowl XLIX halftime show featuring Katy Perry, and peaking to 120.8 million during New England’s fourth-quarter comeback.

Who did the Patriots beat to win the Super Bowl?

The American Football Conference (AFC) champion New England Patriots defeated the National Football Conference (NFC) champion and defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks 28–24 to earn their fourth Super Bowl title and their first since Super Bowl XXXIX 10 years earlier.

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Where was the last Super Bowl played in Arizona?

Super Bowl XLIX. The game was played on February 1, 2015 at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. It was the second time the stadium has hosted a Super Bowl, and the third one held in the Phoenix metropolitan area .