The NFL and its partners will be making an impact on the community through more than 30 charitable events that are set to take place in the area during the week, according to a press release from the league.
These events range from the NFL PLAY 60 Character Camp (Monday, Jan. 27), the Huddle for 100 Beach Cleanup (Tuesday, Jan. 28), the Special Olympics Unified Flag Football Game (Tuesday, Jan. 28), the NFL-Verizon Unsung Heroes Luncheon (Thursday, Jan. 30) and the NFL & All Pro Dad’s Family Football Clinic (Saturday, Feb. 1).
A few more events that stick out are “Dak Prescott and Campbell’s® Chunky® Donate Bowls of Soup to Miami Homeless” on Wednesday, Jan. 29, the 21st Annual Super Bowl Gospel Celebration on Thursday, Jan. 30 and the 19th Annual Players’ Wives Fashion Show on Friday, Jan. 31.
The full schedule for the week’s events can be found here.
In addition to the community events happening during the week, the NFL’s “Super Bowl Experience” returns for another year. The week-long fan fest is a staple of Super Bowl week, as it includes photo opportunities with the Lombardi Trophy, Super Bowl ring displays, and physical challenges such as the 40-yard dash and vertical jump. Plus, there will be chances for fans to get autographs from current NFL players and legends.
Kids 12 years old and under can attend every day for free, while regular day passes start at $20 (but increase to $40 for the Jan. 30-Feb. 1 dates). For more information on the Super Bowl Experience, including its hours of operation and schedule of events, check here.
If you’re going to be in the Miami area for Super Bowl Week and happen to be attending any of the community events or the Super Bowl Experience, tag us in your photos on Twitter @Bucs_Nation!