Super Bowl XLVII will feature the NFL’s biggest halftime show in history, but it won’t be the highlight of the event.
Instead, it will be the one where the footballs are made.
The NFL’s cloth production process, which was first introduced in 2007, has only produced two Super Bowls: the 2007 Super Bowl and the 2010 Super Bowl.
Since then, the NFL has added two more to the list.
Last year, the league decided to go back to its old method of manufacturing the balls.
It began by manufacturing balls in the field and then spinning them in the air in order to make them lighter and lighter.
The balls are then shipped to the NFL headquarters in Canton, Ohio, and made at a factory located just outside of the city.
The first balls went into the stadium and the next, in 2019, were made in Los Angeles.
The Super Bowl will be played on Feb. 7 in Los Vegas.