Super Bowl XLIII: Steelers vs. Cardinals
On Sunday, Feb. 1, the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Arizona Cardinals will take the field at Tampa's Raymond James Stadium to play Super Bowl XLIII. Learn the history of the game, and find the best sources for news, stats and analysis from mainstream media sites, independent sites and fan blogs.
Learn the history of the game's creation and find recaps, stats and video from the first 42 Super Bowls.
- Although Super Bowl XLIII is being played in 2009, it is considered the 2008 Super Bowl. The same convention applies to all previous Super Bowls.
- The first two Super Bowls were called the “AFL-NFL World Championship Game.” The first game to be called the “Super Bowl” was Super Bowl III, when Joe Namath and the New York Jets pulled a stunning upset of the Baltimore Colts.
has a section dedicated to Super Bowl XLIII, with information about the history of the Super Bowl, including video highlights of each game.
Pro Football Reference
is the Web's best source for NFL stats. Click on any team's name to find game logs, team stats, rosters and player stats. Click on NFL or AFL to get the league standings, league leaders, and the result of every game played that year. There is also a list of NFL Championship games
, linking to stats about the season and the winning and losing teams.
has play-by-play data for every Super Bowl.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame
brings the past alive with photos and video of Hall of Famers and classic moments, along with player profiles and articles covering the game's history.
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