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Where Are You Watching the Super Bowl?

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By Abbie Dodson

The Superbowl has been held annually since 1967 and is the championship game of the National Football League in America. The event is often referred to as ‘the big game’ and is watched widely across America, having gathered a large following over the last 51 years. Last year over 103.4 million people tuned in to watch the Philadelphia Eagles beat the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl.

Sunday the 3rd February will host the Super Bowl LIII and will see the New England Patriots play the Los Angeles Rams. Whilst the event is being held at the Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta (which is over 4,000 miles away from Sheffield), there are still ways for you to be involved and feel as though you are there. We are showing the Super Bowl on the big screen in Hideout between 10pm and 4am! If you aren’t a sports fan, the halftime show is an event in itself, with Travis Scott, Maroon 5 and rapper Big Boi set to perform.

Hideout will be serving American themed food, from mouth-watering burgers, fries and wings to American pancakes. Hideout will also be selling Somersby and Carlsberg pitchers for £10, with great deals on Budweisers (2 for £6.00). There will also be free shots on first touchdown. What’s not to love? Organise something in the group chat for a night at Hideout, better than sitting at home with the TV, right?

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