no the Super Bowl must be an AFC team against an NFC team
For Super Bowl XLVIII the AFC is considered the home team. For the tv broadcasts, the away team plays Saturday and the home team plays Sunday.
The home team will be the AFC.
the Indianapolis colts
Yes. (Giants are NFC, Jets are AFC) The Super Bowl consists of one team from the NFC and one from the AFC.
No #6 seed AFC team has every played a #6 seed NFC team in the Superbowl.
A team qualifies for the Super Bowl by winning either the AFC or NFC Conference Championship game.
Somewhere before the super bowl.
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The Colts were a member of the NFL when they played in Super Bowl III and a member of the AFC when they played in Super Bowls V and XLI.
Nobody chooses the teams... The best team from the NFC and the AFC play each other...
the AFC team for superbowl 2011 is green bay packers. NFC is Pittsburgh steelers
A team from the AFC (American Football Conference) and the NFC (National Football Conference) play against each other in the Super Bowl. They are the only two conferences in the NFL.
The Ravens, the Chiefs, and the Jets.
For the Super Bowl on February 3, 2008, Bill Belichick of the New England Patriots is the AFC Championship Coach.
No. The Raiders and Steelers are in the same conference. (AFC). In the Super Bowl it's the AFC vs. the NFC.
Any AFC team, has to win the AFC Championship game, and any NFC team, has to win the NFC Championship!!
The team with the best record in the AFC or the NFC gets the home team colors in the sper bowl.
As of Super Bowl XLII, that would be the Indianapolis Colts who won Super Bowl XLI over the Chicago Bears.
NFC teams are the home team in odd numbered years. AFC teams are the home team in even numbered years. Since the upcoming Super Bowl will be played in 2008, the AFC team will be the home team.
Yes - The Super Bowl is ALWAYS - the top AFC team that makes it through the playoffs without a defeat and the top NFC team that does the same!!! It is the last game of the year (in 2010) and is always between an AFC team and an NFC team - as these were once completely different leagues!!!!