What time does the Super Bowl start? Super Bowl XLV game day information

What time does the Super Bowl start? Super Bowl XLV game day information

Arlington : TX : USA | Feb 05, 2011 at 1:17 PM PST
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What time does the Super Bowl start? The much awaited Super Bowl 2011 between Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers will be held tomorrow, February 6, 2011 at the Dallas Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, North Texas. Fox will cover the live television broadcast of Super Bowl 2011 in the United States as Super Bowl 2011 kicks off and starts at 6:25 pm Eastern Time; 5:25 pm Central Time; 4:25 pm Mountain Time; and 3:25 pm Pacific Time.

According to the Dallas Morning News, Super Bowl XLV is expected to set the attendance record for a Super Bowl with 105,000 fans at the Stadium. Another few thousand watching the game on a screen outside the stadium, for $200 bucks a piece.

For the Super Bowl XLV football fans driving to the big game should follow the directions provided with their pre-purchased parking permits. And come early to avoid delays and to expedite entrance to the game. Turn off your navigation system, GPS will only get you so far.

Game Day Parking

All vehicles parking at or around Cowboys Stadium on Super Bowl Sunday will be required to have a visible parking permit that will include an NFL hologram. There will be no re-entry allowed in official Super Bowl XLV parking lots. Additionally, there will be no tents, grills, or game activities in vehicle or pedestrian thoroughfares.

Super Bowl XLV is on Sunday, February 6, 2011 at Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, TX.

10 a.m. – NFL Parking lots open/NFL Experience opens to public at the Dallas Convention Center

Noon – Security Gates open

1 p.m. – Cowboys Stadium seating opens

5:30 p.m. – Super Bowl XLV Estimated Kick-Off time

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The outside of Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas
The outside of Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas
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