New "Road to the Super Bowl" Film Debuts in Hall's Super Bowl Theater

New "Road to the Super Bowl" Film Debuts in Hall's Super Bowl Theater

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An exciting recap of the 2019 National Football League season and the thrilling Super Bowl LIV is now showcased at the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The new NFL Films production “Road to the Super Bowl” debuted Thursday in the Hall’s Super Bowl Theater located in the Lamar Hunt Super Bowl Gallery.

The Hall’s Super Bowl Theater is an immersive visual and sound experience featuring a large 40-plus- foot screen and 15-channel surround sound that allows fans to experience NFL action and the Super Bowl like never before. The presentation was specially created for the Hall’s Super Bowl Theater and produced by NFL Films Senior Producer Margaret Ruffing Morris.

The NFL Films veteran began working on the assignment a week after the Kansas City Chiefs’ victory over the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LIV.

“Road to the Super Bowl” treats fans to the season in two parts, starting with a creative look at the many memorable moments of the 2019 NFL season, captured through the lens of NFL Films’ cameras. The theater then rotates 180 degrees where the drama of Super Bowl LIV unfolds on the large screen. Unique footage from the field and sidelines adds to the drama of the Chiefs’ Super Bowl championship – 50 years after the team’s first championship in 1970.

“This is one of the most anticipated updates to the Super Bowl Theater in many years,” said Saleem Choudhry, Vice President of Museum Exhibit/Services. “The Chiefs Nation has been eagerly anticipating this new edition to the Museum experience, and the final production does not disappoint.”

“Road to the Super Bowl” is included in the price of museum admission. The Pro Football Hall of Fame is open every day of the year except Thanksgiving and Christmas. For more information and to plan a trip to the Hall, please visit www.profootballhof.com/visit/

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