The NFC will where their home colors in the 2013 Super Bowl and will play in an NFC stadium.
As of 2009, the last NFC team to win the Super Bowl is the New York Giants. They beat the AFC champions New England Patriots 17-14.
No, when the NFC wins the pro bowl, the NFC team playing in the Super Bowl wins home field advantage.
The New York Giants were the first NFC wildcard team to win the Super Bowl in 2008, Super Bowl XLII
no the super bowl must be an AFC team against an NFC 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!!!!
A team qualifies for the Super Bowl by winning either the AFC or NFC Conference Championship game.
The sole NFC team that has not played in a Super Bowl is the Detroit Lions.
The NFC and AFC alternate every year for home team. This year it will be the NFC.
The Detroit Lions.
As of the 2007 season, the Cowboys and 49ers are tied with the most Super Bowl wins for an NFC team with 5.