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, 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 that way there is no advantage for either team