Super Bowl Media Day has long been a circus, an event where NFL players hear marriage proposals from scantily clad women, get baited into arguments with sock puppets and field questions from interviewers dressed as superheroes. And now the NFL is letting fans inside the tent.
The league announced today that the NFL has decided for the first time to allow fans to attend Super Bowl Media Day, which will take place on Tuesday, January 31, at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.
Fans will sit in the stands and watch members of the media interview players on the two Super Bowl teams on the field, and they’ll also get a chance to watch the two teams take their team pictures. Every fan will have a radio receiver that allows them to hear the audio of that day’s coverage from NFL Network.
There’s no word on how much tickets will cost, but they will be available through Ticketmaster and the Lucas Oil Stadium box office in early December.