Technically one team is designated the home team for the game, but I think you mean if a team can play in its own stadium for the Super Bowl. The answer is yes, the team from the host city must make it through the playoffs to the Super Bowl.
So far, no team has played on its home field in a Super Bowl.
No team has ever played a home field super bowl.
Yes, a team can play on its home field if they qualify for the Super Bowl when its being played in their stadium.
No, there has not been. Although in the Super Bowl there is always a designated home team, there has yet to actually be a team that's hosted the Super Bowl on their own home field.
Super Bowl 'home field' advantage alternates. The National Football Conference champion is the home team for odd numbered Super Bowls. The American Football Conference champion is the home team for even numbered Super Bowls.
Yes, there can be home field advantage if the Super Bowl is being played in the stadium of one of the division winners that year.
The home team is the team that has a better overall record.However, there has yet to be a home field advantage because of the Super Bowl location being predetermined and no team yet making it to their own home turf for the Super Bowl.
no that way there is no advantage for either team
No, when the NFC wins the pro bowl, the NFC team playing in the Super Bowl wins home field advantage.
The only team that could be the home team is the Saints, because New Orleans is hosting the Super Bowl this upcoming season.
No, a team has never had "home-field advantage" during a Super Bowl.
Super Bowl XIV was played by the Pittsburgh Steelers and the L.A. Rams at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. Largest turnout in a Super Bowl ever. That should count for home field advantage.
There has never been a team to play a Super Bowl on their home field. The closest was Super Bowl XIV when the Pittsburgh Steelers beat the Los Angeles Rams at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA. and Super Bowl XIX when the San Francisco 49ers beat the Miami Dolphins at Stanford Stadium. The NFL awards the Super Bowl to a city four years in advance. If a team won their conference championship and the Super Bowl was scheduled on their home field, the game would go on as planned.
Home field advantage in the Super Bowl alternates yearly between the NFC and AFC. In odd number Super Bowls, the NFC is the designated home team and in even number Super Bowls, the AFC is the designated home team. The designated home team gets to choose whether they want to wear their color jerseys or white jerseys. Examples: Super Bowl XLII Patriots were "at home" and wore blue jerseys. Super Bowl XLIII Cardinals were "at home" and wore red jerseys.
The teams the have the highest seeds get home field advantage. During the playoffs the teams with the highest seeding after the season gets home field advantage throughout the postseason. In the Super Bowl, home field advantage alternates each year between the NFC and the AFC.
No the closest was Super Bowl XIV when the LA Rams played Pittsburgh Steelers in Pasedena, CA....
The team with the better record and or toughest scedule.
No. The Green Bay Packers of the National Football Conference are considered to be the home team. In the 2012 Super Bowl, the American Football Conference champion will be designated the home team.
Yes, but not by how well they play but by the luck of the draw. Stadiums that are chosen to host a Super Bowl are selected four years in advance of the game they will host. Therefore, it is possible that a team could play a Super Bowl in it's home stadium. Super Bowl XLV will be held in the Cowboys Stadium, Super Bowl XLVI in the Colts stadium, Super Bowl XLVII in the Saints stadium, and Super Bowl XLVIII in the Giants/Jets stadium. If the Cowboys make the Super Bowl this year (2010), the Colts next year, the Saints two years from now, or the Giants/Jets three years from now they will, in essence, being playing a home game.
There has never been a team to play a Super Bowl on their home field. The closest was Super Bowl XIV when the Pittsburgh Steelers beat the Los Angeles Rams at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA. and Super Bowl XIX when the San Francisco 49ers beat the Miami Dolphins at Stanford Stadium.
The Atlanta Falcons were the home team for Super Bowl XLI.
It has never happened, although the 1979 Los Angeles Rams played the Pittsburgh Steelers at Pasadena's Rose Bowl in Super Bowl XIV. The Rams' home field at the time was Anaheim Stadium.
There is no homefield advantage in the Superbowl. It is a pre-picked location by the NFL.