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Published on : Friday, February 5, 2016
As Super Bowl fever grips American Football fans across the world, and Sydney celebrates securing the NFL College Football Sydney Cup, the Harbour City has fans covered with a host of great venues to watch the Super Bowl action from 10:30am on Monday 8 February.
Whether you’re keen to watch the Denver Broncos take on the Carolina Panthers or meet Australia’s own NFL export Jarryd Hayne at The Star 24/7 Sports Bar, make sure you score your spot early on this Super Bowl Monday.Sydney will become home of American Football, when the University of California takes on the University of Hawaii at ANZ Stadium in the opening round of the 2016 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division One College Football Championships.
Minister for Trade, Tourism and Major Events and Minister for Sport, Stuart Ayres said: “Secured exclusively for the State by the NSW Government through its tourism and major events agency, Destination NSW, College Football It promises to be a real highlight on the local Major Events Calendar. Tickets selling fast so I recommend acting today to see top class American Football played right here in NSW.”
Destination NSW Chief Executive Officer, Sandra Chipchase said “The College Football Sydney Cup will provide a fantastic day of entertainment and travelling fans are set to get the full American football experience with both University teams bringing cheerleaders, mascots and marching bands. Sydney knows how to welcome its visitors and is a wonderful place for fans to begin a memorable holiday in NSW.”
Ahead of Sydney’s own NFL clash, Destination NSW suggests some of the best places in Sydney to watch Super Bowl 50:
Watch all the action on the 100 inch screen at the Dee Why Hotel. There’ll be game day specials – breakfast burgers, fried chicken, hotdogs served from 9am
Experience stadium-like atmosphere and watch the big game live on the mega screens at 24/7 Sports Bar. Jarryd Hayne will make a special guest appearance, plus conduct pre and post-game interviews. There’ll be ribs and burgers to enjoy
The Chippendale Hotel, home to The ‘Cheeky’ cheeseburger, is offering football fans and endless supply of cheeseburgers, fries and wings to get you through the game. Open from 10am
Touch down with your mates and catch all the action on multiple big screens from 8am at The Morrison. Fuel your excitement with American snacks and make sure you arrive early
Catch all the pre and post-game action live on multiple big screens and touchdown on those taste buds with an all American style menu at Verandah Bar. Doors open from 8:30am
For those looking for a great Super Bowl celebration, The Norfolk is open from 10am and will be serving breakfast tacos, hotwings and bloody Yankees to get into the American spirit.
When the Super Bowl is over, book your tickets to Sydney to see the University of California play the University of Hawaii in the opening round of the 2016 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division One College Football Championships. The inaugural College Football Sydney Cup will be held at Sydney’s ANZ Stadium on Saturday 27 August.