Super Bowl by the numbers
The Denver Broncos defeated the Carolina Panthers 24-10 at Levi's Stadium in San Francisco on Sunday, February 7 to capture a Super Bowl 50 victory and ascend to the top of the NFL hierarchy.
Did you ever stop to wonder just how much revenue the big game generates?
Below are interesting numbers and facts about Super Bowl 50:
Roman numerals weren't used to denote the Super Bowl for the first time in 46 years but will return for Super Bowl L1.
The gold plated 5-0 numerals that were awarded to the winning team roughly weighed 33 pounds each.
The NFL sent a commemorative gold football to the high school attended by each of the 3,000 players who have appeared in the Super Bowl.
The average price of a SB50 ticket was $6,008.
The average ticket price from the past five Super Bowls was $4,094.