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By: Evan Chronis, HOF Experiences

HOF Experiences is proud to partner with the Pro Football Hall of Fame as the Official Experience Provider for the Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Week Powered by Johnson Controls and Super Bowl 2020 experience packages.

Everything You Need to Know About the 2020 Super Bowl


Jan 21, 2020


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The 2020 Super Bowl is just over a week away.

Headed to the game or still considering it?

Before the biggest game of the season kicks off, check out this guide and make sure you are up to date on how to buy tickets, how to get to Hard Rock Stadium and much more!

What to Know About the 2020 Super Bowl

Who: Kansas City Chiefs vs. San Francisco 49ers

When: February 2

Where: Hard Rock Stadium, Miami, FL

Kickoff: 6:30 p.m. ET

How to Watch: Live broadcast on FOX

Halftime Performer(s): Jennifer Lopez and Shakira

National Anthem: Demi Lovato

How to Buy Tickets to the 2020 Super Bowl — Chiefs vs. 49ers

2020 Super Bowl Ticket Packages are currently on sale from HOF Experiences.

A Ticket Package includes a game ticket, access to the Gold Jacket Club pre-game party hosted by Jerry Rice and Cari Champion, the Saturday Gold Jacket Autograph Session and much more!

Ticket Packages are available for upper level, lower/mid-level and premium lower level seats.

The Saturday Gold Jacket Autograph Session will include Emmitt Thomas, Paul Krause and Randall McDaniel.
 

 2020 SUPER BOWL TICKET PACKAGES 

 

Where to Stay in Miami for the 2020 Super Bowl

If you are attending the game with a Ticket Package from HOF Experiences, you have the option of adding 3- or 4-night hotel accommodations to your order.

With the event about a week away, rooms are going fast. Luckily, HOF Experiences still has availability at the following hotel(s):

Royal Palm South Beach Miami

Where: 1545 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139


How to Get to Hard Rock Stadium

Address: 347 DON SHULA DR, MIAMI GARDENS, FL 33056

FROM THE SOUTH

Take I-95 North to North on the Florida Turnpike. Then take Exit 2X (Dolphin Toll Plaza) to Hard Rock Stadium.

FROM THE NORTH

Take the Florida Turnpike South to Exit 2X. Then proceed through the Hard Rock Stadium Toll Plaza and to the east side of Hard Rock Stadium.

FROM THE EAST

Take I-75 East to I-595 East. Then go south on Florida Turnpike all the way to exit 2X and to the east side of Hard Rock Stadium.

FROM THE WEST

Take the Ronald Reagan Turnpike (toll road) toward Homestead. Stay in the left lane to take the Florida's Turnpike S Exit toward Stadium Miami. Then merge onto the Florida Turnpike. Take Exit 2X toward NW 199 St./Stadium and Hard Rock Stadium will be on the right. 


2020 Super Bowl Game Preview

Kansas City Chiefs

The AFC Champions are headed to the Super Bowl for the first time in 50 years.

Led by starlet quarterback Patrick Mahomes, the Chiefs defeated the Houston Texans and Tennessee Titans en route to Miami.

After missing part of the early season with a knee injury, Mahomes returned to full health and led the Chiefs to eight straight victories crossing the regular and postseason.

He finished the regular season with 4,031 passing yards and 26 touchdowns while only throwing five interceptions. But the third-year quarterback has turned it up in his last two playoff games, throwing eight touchdowns and zero picks to lead the Chiefs to an AFC Championship.

Mahomes will look to keep the momentum rolling with wide receiver Sammy Watkins, who exploded in the AFC Championship for seven catches, 114 yard and one touchdown.

San Francisco 49ers

After a dominant regular season and postseason run, the San Francisco 49ers are back in the Super Bowl for the first time since 2013.

The 49ers claimed the No.1 seed in the NFC after a 13-3 regular season and proceeded to make quick work of both their opponents in the playoffs on the road to Miami.

In their 27-10 Division round win over the Vikings, the 49ers stifled Minnesota’s rushing attack, holding the Vikings to a dire 21 yards on the ground.

The defense stepped up once again in San Francisco’s 37-20 win over Green Bay in the NFC Championship, picking off Aaron Rodgers twice and sacking him three times.

But the highlight of the NFC Championship was the offensive performance of running back Raheem Mostert, who rushed for 220 yards and four touchdowns on 29 carries. The Packers had no answer for the 49ers back, so head coach Kyle Shanahan chose to continually feed him all game.