no that way there is no advantage for either team
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.
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.
Super Bowl XL was played at Ford Field on February 5, 2006.
So far, no team has played on its home field in a Super Bowl.
No, a team has never had "home-field advantage" during a Super Bowl.
No, when the NFC wins the pro bowl, the NFC team playing in the Super Bowl wins home field advantage.
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.
Super Bowl XL was played on February 5, 2006 at Ford Field in Detroit.
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.