It’s Peyton Manning & the Broncos against Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50. 

Levi Stadium in San Francisco hosts one of the biggest parties in professional sports and your Local Shark Club will have you covered!

Kickoff is scheduled for 6:30pm EST / 3:30pm PST – make sure you get there early to settle in and get your game face on for the big game.

The teams on the field aren’t the only ones who may win big on Sunday – while we can’t hand out the Lombardi Trophy (bummer, we know) we’ll keep you entertained between quarters with giveaways and the ever-popular squares game. Prizes to be won include wearables, an Official NFL Football, and even your entire tab at the end of the game! (We take our prize giveaways VERY seriously).

Check with your local Shark Club for details on what they have planned and be sure to reserve a table today! View locations.

Here’s some things to watch out for on Sunday:

+ Will Peyton add a 4th Super Bowl ring to the Manning’s shelf? | Peyton himself won Super Bowl XLI  in 2007, leading the Indianapolis Colts to a 29 – 17 victory over the Chicago Bears. His younger brother, Eli, hoisted the Lombardi Trophy in 2008 & 2012, both in victory against Tom Brady and the Patriots as a member of the New York Giants. At 39, this could arguably be Peyton’s last chance to win a Super Bowl – can he pull it off?

+ Stats Don’t Lie | Throughout the 2015 Regular Season, the Broncos held steady at the top of most defensive categories – they allowed both the least passing yards and total yardage, and finished 3rd behind the Seahawks and Jets for the least rushing yards allowed all season. On the flip side, the Carolina Panthers have been monsters offensively this post season, best shown in their 49 -15 demolition of the Arizona Cardinals in the Conference Final. Can Peyton and his experienced arm out-duel Cam Newton and his 35 regular season touchdown passes?

+ Young Gun vs the Old Guy | Panther’s quarterback Cam Newton rolls into his first Super Bowl at the ripe old age of 26. Meanwhile, Peyton can see the sun setting on his professional career as he’ll be celebrating his 40th birthday in March. It’s a tired comparison, but one that can’t be ignored : will the grizzled veteran use his previous championship experience to beat out the Super Bowl rookie?