Germans might not be the biggest American Football fans in the world, but they are growing to love it more each year. Thousands of German viewers will be tuning in to the Super Bowl this Sunday (Feb. 3rd), despite the nightly air time.

If you are living in Cologne and you want to watch the game in company, there’s a special treat for you – Lanxess Arena will host Germany’s largest Super Bowl party. American flair and concession stands, football-themed activities around the venue, cheerleading and a live DJ are there to create an unforgettable event. The game and half time show (featuring Maroon 5 this year) are projected on the Arena’s large video cube.

The German tv channel ProSieben brodcasts the Super Bowl and will tune in to the party at Lanxess throughout the night.

Doors open at 10 pm, kick off is 0:30 am German time. You can still order tickets for 10 Euros each at Eventim.

If you’re staying in Bonn or Essen, you won’t have to watch the Super Bowl by yourself either. Here are some tips for Sunday night:

Super Bowl Events in Bonn

The Dubliner Irish Pub
Admission is free, starts at 9 pm
extra-large screen, American finger food
Make reservations via Facebook

Kameha Grand Bonn
Admission is free, starts at 10 pm
US-American football flair with the Bonn Gamecocks
Kameha Grand online

Cineplex Troisdorf
Admission is free, starts at 11 pm
Super Bowl party with the Troisdorf Jets

Super Bowl Events in Essen

Fritzpatrick’s Irish Pub
Admission is free, starts at 10:45 pm
Fitzpatrick’s online

Julius-Leber-Haus der Awo
Admission 10 Euros, starts at 8 pm
Awo online

Zeitwohnen Rhein Ruhr wishes you a great time watching the Super Bowl 2019 in Germany!

General-Anzeiger Bonn
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