Join Jerry Rice at the 2020 Super Bowl in the Gold Jacket Club



Hall of Fame Experiences is excited to have Pro Football Hall of Famer and 3-time Super Bowl Champion Jerry Rice as the host of the Gold Jacket Club for the 2020 Super Bowl in Miami.  

The Gold Jacket Club is a 3-hour pre-game party taking place before the 2020 Super Bowl and featuring appearances from other Hall of Famers like Robert Brazile, Chris Doleman, Kenny Houston, Will Shields and Billy Shaw.

Rice will be taking center stage as host, marking his return to the biggest game of the NFL season after coming out victorious three times during his playing career.

“It’s an honor to be hosting the Gold Jacket Club in Miami for the 2020 Super Bowl,” Rice told Hall of Fame Experiences. “As a 3-Time Super Bowl Champion, I know how special this weekend will be and I’m excited to be a part of it. I’m thrilled to meet the guests in the Gold Jacket Club and, of course, to be surrounded by some of my fellow Hall of Famers. It will be an unforgettable event.”

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Let’s get to know more about the host of the 2019 Gold Jacket Club:


Jerry Rice Bio

Jerry Rice entered the 1985 NFL Draft as one of the most highly touted offensive players following a historic career at Mississippi Valley State.

Rice broke into the national consciousness after claiming nearly every Division 1-AA receiving record possible in his four collegiate seasons. In his junior year at Mississippi Valley State, Rice led the NCAA with 102 receptions and 1,450 receiving yards, including a 24-catch performance, a single-game record, against Southern University.

As a senior, Rice surpassed himself in the record books with 112 receptions, 1,845 receiving yards and an astronomical 27 touchdown receptions. 

After building up quite the reputation in college, the San Francisco 49ers traded up to select Rice with the 16th pick in the 1985 NFL Draft.

Rice’s skills translated well to the pro game as he caught 49 passes for 927 receiving yards in his rookie year.

But his historic career truly took off in 1986. In his second season, Rice caught 86 passes and led the league with 1,570 receiving yards and 15 touchdowns, helping Rice earn Pro Bowl and First-Team All-Pro honors for the first time in his career.

Rice’s career only got better from there. In the season following his breakout year, the 6-foot-2 pass catcher caught 22 touchdown passes, a single-season NFL record at the time (Randy Moss broke this tally with 23 touchdowns in 2007).

Over his 20-season career, Rice led the league in touchdown receptions six time and scored 10 or more touchdowns in nine of his first 11 years in the NFL. He led the league in receiving yards six times and surpassed 1,000 receiving yards in a season an immaculate 14 times.

Rice didn’t just perform in the regular season. His tandem with fellow Hall of Famer Joe Montana led the 49ers to three Super Bowl wins and Rice was named the MVP of the 1989 Super Bowl.

Career Accolades

  • 3-Time Super Bowl Champion (1989, '90, '95)
  • 13-Time Pro Bowl Selection (1986-96, '98, '02)
  • 10-Time First-Team All-Pro (1986-90, ’92-96)
  • 2-Time NFL Offensive Player of the Year (1987, '93)
  • 6-Time NFL receiving yards leader (1986, '89, '90, '93-95)
  • 1987 NFL MVP
  • 1989 Super Bowl MVP
  • No. 80 retired by San Francisco 49ers
  • Pro Football Hall of Fame, Class of 2010

NFL Records

  • Most career receiving yards — 22,895
  • Most career receptions — 1,549
  • Most career touchdown receptions — 197
  • Most career all-purpose yards — 23,546
  • Most seasons with 1,000 or more receiving yards — 14
  • Most career touchdowns from scrimmage — 207
  • Fastest player to reach 100 touchdown receptions — 120 games

Join Jerry Rice at the 2020 Super Bowl

Be there as one of the greatest receivers of all time hosts the Gold Jacket Club with a 2020 Super Bowl Ticket Package from HOF Experiences. Packages include a game ticket, access to the Saturday Gold Jacket Autograph Session and Gold Jacket Club, exclusive extras and more.

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