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NFL ‘Fan of the Year’ Program Recognizes Fans’ Passion

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Clubs Select Local Fans Who Embody Their Values

New York, NY [August 20, 2020] –The NFL announced today the launch of the ‘Fan of the Year’ program, which recognizes the unyielding passion and constant support of fans nationwide. The ‘Fan of the Year’ will be crowned at Super Bowl LV in Tampa Bay on February 7th and have a chance to represent their team.

In partnership with all 32 Clubs, this program is designed to spotlight fans who have a special affinity for their local team, provides inspiration to others and showcase how football unites their family, friends and local communities.

Fans are able to submit either themselves or someone they know to receive this honor, and can do so through a dedicated microsite, NFL.com/fanoftheyear, which is hosted by the NFL. Each team will select one fan representative who embodies the values that their Club abides by throughout the year.

The 32 ‘Fans of the Year’ will then be narrowed down to a top eight and eventually a final three format during the NFL Playoffs. The final three ‘Fans of the Year’ will receive a trip to Super Bowl LV in Tampa Bay, inclusive of two tickets plus a VIP experience. The ultimate ‘Fan of the Year’ winner will be crowned during Super Bowl weekend.

Throughout the regular season, all 32 ‘Fans of the Year’ selected will also receive a series of prizes/virtual experiences, recognizing their loyalty to the League and the Club they represent.

Please visit NFL.com/fanoftheyear for full details.

All experiences, prizes and elements of this campaign are subject to change based on the League’s policy and government regulations regarding COVID-19.

This Article Was Written By Phil Sullivan

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