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Over the last thirty-five years the Super Bowl has developed from a simple league-championship game into a supposed world-championship game and in the process the biggest spectacle in entertainment When the original championship game was played between the Green Bay Packers and the Kansas City Chiefs no one could have imagined the effect the game would have on American society and the way people accepted the game Back when the game was just that a game people would habitually join together to watch the game on the last Sunday of every January Families would gather in the living room around their thirteen-inch television and watch in awe as their favorite teams battled on the gridiron to see who would be league champ Every year the families would follow the same routine drive to a relatives house eat dinner and watch the game After the game the family would pile into a car and drive home and wait to do it again the next year With the invention of satellite television more and more people not only in America but also around the world could see the game of football You no longer had to root for a team in your region you could see games as far as the other coast This brought a lot of attention to the game of football and its popularity in America skyrocketed More and more people were watching football every Sunday In the late nineteen sixties the NFL and AFL merged adding more teams to the NFL and setting up a league championship game that would be seen by the whole world every year The Super Bowl Initially the game was just that a game Not very many people were interested in watching the supposed best game of the year when in actuality it was just another football game The fans wanted additional entertainment Since the inception of the original
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