The 2023 Super Bowl takes place Feb. 12, 2023, at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, AZ. The first Super Bowl, played on Jan. 15, 1967, at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, saw the Green Bay Packers beat the Kansas City Chiefs 35-10.
One-time Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles (Feb. 4, 2018) will face the two-time winners Kansas City Chiefs (Feb. 2, 2020 and Jan. 11, 1970). The Eagles have a 1-2 win-loss record in the Super Bowl. The Chiefs are 2-2.
This will be the NFL’s 4th Super Bowl in Arizona and the 3rd time in Glendale at State Farm Stadium, formerly Cardinals Stadium when it opened in 2006 and later that year renamed University of Phoenix Stadium. State Farm’s 18-year naming rights were announced in 2018.
The U.S. Census Bureau has created two visuals for this event. The interactive data visualization maps the hometowns of all players in the two competing teams. The infographic features the metro areas represented by all 32 NFL teams.
Source: Vintage 2021 Population Estimates.
From the Library > Census Interactive Gallery:
From data.census.gov > Explore Census Data > Data Profiles:
Get an overview of your state, county, or place all in one location with our geo-profile pages. They provide high-level statistics about your area regarding people and population, race and ethnicity, families and living arrangements, health, education, business and economy, employment, housing, and income and poverty. Try searching for your hometown with the data we have, and don’t forget to share or embed the maps and charts.
Source: 2021 American Community Survey (ACS) 1-year estimates.
The tables below cover four geographies: United States, Kansas City Metro Area, Phoenix Metro Area (includes Glendale, host city), and Philadelphia Metro Area.
Note: You may need to scroll right using the bottom scroll bar for all four geographies.