Host Committee Unveils Countdown Clock

PHOENIX (August 23, 2022) — The Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee unveiled the Super Bowl LVII countdown clock at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. Today marks 173 days until Arizona hosts a fourth Super Bowl.

“The excitement builds with every second that passes on the clock and Arizona is ready to once again be on the global stage,” said Jay Parry, president and CEO of the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee. “Arizona is ready to deliver a world-class experience for Super Bowl LVII and showcase all the state has to offer.”

After today’s unveiling of the 55-inch, high-definition LED screen clock on the west end of the baggage claim area, an additional countdown clock was illuminated on the east end of baggage claim in Terminal 4. Terminal 4 serves more than 80 percent of the airport’s passengers.

“From the moment Super Bowl visitors step off a flight, to their experience throughout our city, and to game day, Phoenix is prepared to showcase the growth of business, the culinary ingenuity of renowned chefs, top entertainment, as well as city-wide innovations embracing medicine, biosciences, and the future of technology,” said Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego. “As we countdown to the fan experience and big game, I look forward to the lasting impressions and memories delivered to the thousands of people we will host.”

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About the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee

The Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee is a private, non-profit Arizona corporation responsible for planning and executing a successful Super Bowl LVII in 2023. The goal of the Host Committee is to galvanize local stakeholders in a united approach to hosting the largest

single-day sporting event in the world by maximizing positive media exposure, fueling the economic engine of Arizona, and leaving a lasting legacy. The Host Committee serves as liaison between the NFL and all regional efforts, culminating with the game in 2023 at State Farm Stadium, home to the Arizona Cardinals.  This is the fourth time Arizona is hosting the Super Bowl, following 1996, 2008 and 2015. Only four other sites (South Florida, New Orleans, Los Angeles, and Tampa Bay) hold this distinction. For more information, visit or follow @AZSuperBowl on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

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