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Super Bowl LIX Betting Offers & Free Bets

The Super Bowl is the NFL season final and comes at the end of the regular season following the play offs. NFL may be a US sporting event but interest around the world is staggering with reportedly up to one billion people watching the event through legal and illegal channels. In the US alone a third of the population (over 120 million people) tune in to watch what has become the greatest all out sporting entertainment spectacle on the planet.

Following the new heights set since Super Bowl 50, Super Bowl 59 (or LIX in Roman numerals) promises to go even further. Unfortunately online betting is still not quite completely legal in most of the US and so they largely can’t bet on it, over here however we have no such worries. If you fancy staying up late to watch the Super Bowl live and you are looking for some great odds, offers and freebies to take advantage of then you’ve come to the right page.

Below you will find the latest offers both ante post and on Super Bowl day itself, read further down for info on how to bet on the superbowl, event schedule, history and more.

Super Bowl LIX Betting Offers for 2025

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How to Bet on the Super Bowl

American Football PlayersAmerican football betting terms can be a little alien to those punters who don’t bet on the sport regularly, below we describe some of the common bet types:

  • Money Line – This is basically the match betting market, predict the team to win the game outright.
  • Spread – A form of handicap betting, bet on a team with a +/- points advantage.
  • Over / Under Points – The same principle as over/under goals.
  • 2-Way and 3-Way betting – Two way betting allows you to bet on a either team to win with a draw not possible, three way bets include options for a tie.
  • Proposition Bet – These are special betting markets and include things like winning margin, double result, total points, race to points total, overtime, etc.
  • Score Bets – First, last, anytime touchdown scorers, first or last team to score, scorecast, method of next score, time of touchdown, etc.
  • Team Bets – Total points/goals/touchdowns, win to nil, half & period betting, penalty, punts, timeouts, challenges, etc.
  • Special Bets – Such as longest or shortest touch down or field goal, will a safety be scored, number field goals, defensive touchdowns, conversion success, etc.

2025 Super Bowl Schedule & TV Coverage

American Football PlayerSuper Bowl 59 will be hosted for the eighth time at Caesars Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana, the 11th time the event has been held in New Orleans, on Sunday 9th February 2025.

In the US the game will this year be broadcast by FOX with the game start time expected to kick off 4:30 p.m. (UTC-7), this means the game will go live in the UK at 11:30pm GMT.  In the UK the Super Bowl will be shown live free to air on the BBC or ITV.

Usher headlined at half-time in 2024 alongside a host of R&B stars, 14 years after he headlined at Super Bowl XLV. Rihanna headlined in 2023, an event she has shunned previously in support of Colin Kaepernick.

Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige, and Kendrick Lamar headlined the 2022 half-time show. The Weeknd were the main act for the 2021 show, a strange one given there were reduced fans and social distancing was needed.  Jenifer Lopez and Shakira headlined the Half Time Show for Super Bowl LIV, Justin Timberlake headlined the 2018 half-time show and Maroon 5 in 2019.

2025 will need to be good to top the previous Half Time shows and in particular the spectacular Super Bowl 50 show headlined by Coldplay and featuring Beyoncé and Bruno Mars.

Last year’s superbowl was watched by an official US audience of 123.4 million people, the biggest TV audience since the moon landings in 1969, this year they are hoping to break that record yet again.


American Football HelmetThe SuperBowl is the NFL Championship game, it was renamed the Super Bowl in the mid-1960’s when the NFL and AFL agreed to merge.

The six highest teams in the National Football Conference (NFC) and the American Football Conference (AFC) enter the playoffs at the end of their 16 game regular season that runs from Labor Day until Christmas.  This consists of the 4 highest teams in each division on points along with two wild card teams who enter with the highest win-loss record.

The highest two teams skip the first play off round with second and third placed teams taking on the wild cards.  The divisional winners then enter at the second round stage, refereed to as the Divisional Playoff games, with home advantage given to the league winner and runner-up.

The Third and final round is called the Conference Championship Game, the winner of each championship game then progresses to the Super Bowl.

Often seen as much as a corporate event as a Championship final the Super Bowl, teams often arrive in the host city over a week in advance as the media hype increases.  Tickets officially cost upwards of $500 and unofficially can fetch $10,000 or more. A TV advert during the game costs upwards of $7M for 30 seconds.

Super Bowl Sunday in the US has a holiday feel to it similar to Thanksgiving.  The game itself is no different to any other NFL game, including sudden death rules if the game is tied after normal time.  If any points are scored in overtime the game immediately ends.

This happened for the first time in 2017 when the New England Patriots recorded the most dramatic comeback of all time coming from 28-3 down to equalise 28-28 with Atlanta Falcons in the final quarter.  Tom Brady secured his, and NE Patriots, fifth Super Bowl title, and his 4th MVP award, by taking the game into overtime, for the first time ever, where the Patriots wasted little time to bundle over and win 34-28.

It happened again in 2024 with San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs level at 19-19 at full time.  In the end the KC Chiefs took it 25-22 in overtime securing a third win for Patrick Mahomes who is now chasing Brady’s record.  His team have come from 10+ points behind in all three of their recent Super Bowl wins.

Super Bowl Stadiums

2025 Venue – Caesars Superdrome in New Orleans, Louisiana

Opened in August 1975 the Superdrome, home of the New Orleans Saints, will host a record eighth Super Bowl in 2025.  The New Orleans area will now have hosted 11 Super Bowl games.

The stadium is used during the regular season by both the Saints in the NFL and also serves as the home for the Sugar Bowl and a ton of college football events. The venue has a seating capacity that is expendable to over 76,468 people for the Super Bowl (72,208 normally).

The Superdrome Stadium cost $134 million when it was built from 1971-1975 and has also hosted five NCAA championships in men’s college basketball.

Hosing for the 8th time the stadium also hosted the Super Bowl in 1978 (XII), shortly after it opened, and saw a win for the Cowboys who the dominant team at the time.  The Superdrome also hosted in 1981 (XVI) – 49ers winners, 1986 (XXI) – Giants winners, 1990 (XXV) – Giants winners, 1997 (XXXII) – Packers winners, 2002 (XXXVII) – Buccaneers winners and 2013 (XLVII) – Seahawks winners.

Caesars bought the naming rights in 2021 and will remain the rights owner until at least 2040.  Previously Mercedes-Benz held the naming rights from 2011-2020.  The stadiums most notable feature is a domed roof covering the entire stadium.  It is the largest domed structure in the whole world.  It became famous for non-sporting reasons when it became a last resort shelter when hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans in 2005.

The 2026 Super Bowl is due to be played at the Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, California, the new home of the San Francisco 49ers.  It will be the second championship game hosted by the stadium that opened in 2014 having previously hosted the landmark 50th Super Bowl in 2016 when the Denver Broncos beat the Carolina Panthers.

Future Stadiums

Stadium City State Previously Hosted Next
Caesars Superdrome New Orleans Louisiana 7 times (1978, 1981, 1986, 1990, 1997, 2002, 2013) 2025 (LIX)
Levi’s Stadium Santa Clara California 1 time (2016) 2026 (LX)
SoFi Stadium Inglewood California 1 time (2022) 2027 (LXI)

Previous Stadiums

Stadium City State Super Bowls Last Hosted
Superdome New Orleans Louisiana 7 (8) 2013 (2025)
Hard Rock Stadium Miami Florida 6 2020
Orange Bowl Miami Florida 5 1979*
Rose Bowl Pasadena, California 5 1993
Qualcomm Stadium San Diego California 3 2003
Raymond James Stadium Tampa Florida 3 2021
Tulane Stadium New Orleans Louisiana 3 1975*
State Farm Stadium Glendale Arizona 3 2023
LA Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles California 2 1973
Tampa Stadium Tampa Florida 2 1991*
Georgia Dome Atlanta Georgia 2 2000
NRG Stadium Houston Texas 2 2017
Levi’s Stadium Santa Clara California 1 (2) 2016 (2026)
SoFi Stadium Inglewood California 1 (2) 2022 (2027)

* Stadium no longer exists

The table above shows stadiums that have hosted the Super Bowl on two or more occasions.

Super Bowl Stats and Trivia

Super Bowl Winners Since 2010

Year Winning Team Runner Up Score Location
2025 ? ? ? Superdome, New Orleans
2024 Kansas City Chiefs San Francisco 49ers 25-22 (in overtime) Allegiant Stadium, Nevada
2023 Kansas City Chiefs Philadelphia Eagles 38-35 Sate Farm Stadium, Arizona
2022 Los Angeles Rams Cincinnati Bengals 23-20 SoFi Stadium, California
2021 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Kansas City Chiefs 31-9 Raymond James Stadium, Florida
2020 Kansas City Chiefs San Francisco 49ers 31-20 Hard Rock Stadium, Florida
2019 New England Patriots Los Angeles Rams 13-3 Mercedes Benz Stadium, Georgia
2018 Philadelphia Eagles New England Patriots 41-33 US Bank Stadium, Minnesota
2017 New England Patriots Atlanta Falcons 34-28 (in overtime) NRG Stadium, Texas
2016 Denver Broncos Carolina Panthers 24-10 Levi’s Stadium. California
2015 New England Patriots Seattle Seahawks 28-24 Phoenix Stadium, Arizona
2014 Seattle Seahawks Denver Broncos 43-8 MetLife Stadium, New Jersey
2013 Baltimore Ravens San Francisco 49ers 34-31 Superdome, New Orleans
2012 New York Giants New England Patriots 21-17 Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis
2011 Green Bay Packers Pittsburgh Steelers 31-25 Cowboys Stadium, Texas
2010 New Orleans Saints Indianapolis Colts 31-17 Sun Life Stadium, Florida

Previous Winners

Team Wins Runners Up Last Won NFL/NFC (N) or AFL/AFC (A)
Pittsburgh Steelers 6 2 2008 A
New England Patriots 6 5 2019 A
Dallas Cowboys 5 3 1995 N
San Francisco 49’ers 5 3 1994 N
Green Bay Packers 4 1 2010 N
New York Giants 4 1 2011 N
Kansas City Chiefs 4 2 2024 A
Denver Broncos 3 5 2015 A
Oakland / Los Angeles Raiders 3 2 1983 A
Washington Commanders 3 2 1991 N
Miami Dolphins 2 3 1973 A
St. Louis / Los Angeles Rams 2 3 2022 N
Baltimore / Indianapolis Colts 2 2 2006 A
Baltimore Ravens 2 0 2012 A
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2 0 2021 N

The table above shows teams that have won the Super Bowl on two or more occasions.

Team Stats

Team Statistics
Most Appearances 11 – New England Patriots
Most Consecutive Apps 4 – Buffalo Bills 1990-93
Most Wins 6 – Pittsburgh Steelers & New England Patriots
Most Runner’s Up 5 – Denver Broncos & New England Patriots
Highest Win Rate 100% – Baltimore Ravens (2000, 2012)
Super Bowls Without a Win 4 – Minnesota Vikings & Buffalo Bills
Super Bowl I Winner Green Bay Packers – 1966/7
Super Bowl X Winner Pittsburgh Steelers – 1975/6
Super Bowl XXV Winner New York Giants – 1990/1
Super Bowl L Winner Denver Broncos – 2015/6
Highest Scoring Game 26-49 (49ers v Chargers) 1995
Lowest Scoring Game 13-3 (Patriots v Rams) 2019

Player Stats

Player Statistics
Most Appearances 10 – Tom Brady
Most Consecutive Apps 5 – Gale Gilbert (1991-95)
Most Wins 7 – Tom Brady (6 With NE Patriots, 1 With Tampa Bay)
Most Consecutive Wins 3 – Ken Norton Jr. (1993-96)
Most Points Scored 48 – Jerry Rice
Most Touchdowns Scored 8 – Jerry Rice
Most MVP’s 5 – Tom Brady
Oldest Player Tom Brady (43y 188d, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 2021)
Youngest Player Bryan Bulaga (21y 322d, Green Bay Packers, 2011)

History of the Super Bowl

American FootballAmerican football was established in the late 1800’s slowly developing, as a college game, from the old world elitist game of Rugby into it’s own unique game style.  The modern game and many of the rules were developed by Walter Camp a former Yale player in the 1880’s.

Camp secured changes to the rules that reduced player numbers from 15 to 11, removed the scrum in favour of the snap, introduced the gridiron format (originally set at 5 yards, now 10 yards) and established the forward passing rule.

Up to the end of WWI the sports was largely a college sport.  At this time the sport was seen as very brutal and following threats from president Roosevelt to ban the sport it underwent an overhaul resulting in the establishment of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).  The NCAA oversaw better safety, protective clothing and more stringent penalties for foul play.

The National Football League (NFL) was formed in 1920, it quickly set itself apart from the college leagues with a bigger focus on passing.

It wasn’t until after the second world war that American football took off in the hearts and minds of the nation helped largely by the new invention of television.  At this time two rival leagues existed, the NFL and the American Football League (AFL), each with their own championship games.

In 1966 the leagues agreed to merge with the winner of each division playing in one championship game, renamed the Super Bowl.  The first superbowl was played in the 1966/7 season and was won by NFL team Green Bay Packers who beat AFL team the Kansas City Chiefs by 35 points to 10 at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.  The game was watched live by 62,000 people and over 50 million tuned on TV.

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