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The Super Bowl has grown over the past 50 years from a contest between the AFL and the NFL to determine the best team in football to a major event, televised around the world, to an estimated 180 countries, streamed live on the Internet and translated into 25 languages.

In Super Bowl I, held on Jan. 15, 1967, at Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, the Green Bay Packers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs, 35 to 10, and Bart Starr was the most valuable player. The pre-game entertainment was by the University of Arizona and Grambling University with Al Hirt, and the national anthem was played by the Universities of Arizona and Michigan marching bands, which also provided the half time entertainment.

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