Next year’s Super Bowl in Tampa should be able to take place without any major restrictions, Florida’s governor said Friday as he announced Phase 3 of the state’s COVID-19 reopening plan.
Tampa’s Raymond James Stadium will be the site of the Super Bowl next February 7 during uncertain times.
Tampa has a history of hosting Super Bowls during challenging times.
It's still not clear what the NFL season will look like, but Tampa is still committed to hosting the next Super Bowl in 2021.
Hundreds of Tampa Bay area businesses made their pitches to be part of Super Bowl LV at Raymond James Stadium.
It is a massive sporting event commanding hundreds of thousands of viewers, but Super Bowl Sunday has a sad and seedy side: human trafficking.
Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid says he plans to celebrate his recent Super Bowl win with a trip to the White House should President Trump extend an invitation.
The Kansas City Chiefs are on top of the world right now, celebrating their first Super Bowl victory in 50 years. Among the players in the flurry of confetti is a familiar face and an athlete whose career kicked off right here in Tampa Bay.
Just hours after Super Bowl LIV ended in South Florida, Tampa's mayor picked up the ball and promised to run with it. Super Bowl LV will be held in Tampa next February.
Katie Sowers made history Sunday night, becoming the first woman to coach in the Super Bowl.
Music superstars Beyoncé and Jay-Z chose to remain seated during Demi Lovato's performance of the national anthem at Super Bowl LIV.
The vets were asked by the NFL to participate to honor both their military heritage and the 100th anniversary of the NFL as a professional football league.
The Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday in Super Bowl LIV — and the city celebrated.
Decked out in their 49ers and Chiefs gear, local football fans hit Tampa bars to celebrate the big game on Sunday.
2020’s super bowl ads had the laughs, the tears and the news. Here are some of the commercial highlights.
The singers gave sports fans a halftime show for the ages.
The NFL sent a former prisoner of war to see his favorite team, the Kansas City Chiefs, play in Super Bowl LIV.
Col. Charles McGee is still living large at 100 years old.
On football’s biggest day, they took time to remember a basketball legend.
It was five years ago that the Royals brought home a championship to Kansas City, and now the players who were part of the 2015 World Series team are pulling for the Chiefs to deliver another parade.