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What stadium is the 2008 Super Bowl being played in?
Where is the February 2008 Super Bowl being played?
Where is this year's Super Bowl going to be played?
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Where was the 2008 Super Bowl played?
The University of Phoenix Stadium The Super Bowl played in 2008 was Super Bowl XLII, played at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, AZ. The New York Giants defeated the New York Patriots 17-14 for the win. The Super Bowl for the 2008 season was Super Bowl XLIII, hosted in Tampa, FL at Raymond James Stadium. The Pittsburgh Steelers won 27-23 over the Arizona Cardinals.
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How many seats does the Super Bowl have?
The specific number of seats is determined by the stadium in which the game is played, and this is decided on a yearly basis. In 2009, Super Bowl XLIII was played in Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, FL and the attendance was 70,774. In 2008, Super Bowl XLII - was played in the University of Phoenix stadium in Glendale, AZ and the attendance was 71,101.
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Where's euro 2008 football final being played In what stadium?
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How many people were at the Super Bowl last night?
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How many years in advance is a venue chosen for the Super Bowl?
What is the name of the Indianapolis Colts stadium?
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Where is the 2008 MLB all-star game being played?
The 2008 All-Star Game will be played on July 15 at Historic Yankee Stadium. The "House that Ruth Built" is due to be replaced at the end of the 2008 season and the game will be the ceremonial send off for The Stadium. Although, this is a little unusual, since recent All-Star Games have most been played at a new or renovated stadium, not one that is about to be replaced. However, given the historic standing of Yankee Stadium it is very fitting for it to host its last All-Star game before being torn down.