It’s Super Bowl day, which is a big deal for lovers of American football (maybe you know it as gridiron), half-time entertainment and really expensive commercials.
But if you’ve got no idea about what’s happening on the TV in your office this morning, we’ve put together this guide to get you up to speed.
What makes this Bowl so Super?
Basically, the Super Bowl is America’s National Football League (NFL) equivalent of the AFL or NRL grand final.
The 2015 Super Bowl was the most watched television show in US history, so it’s an event that captures a lot of eyeballs.
Outside of the action on the field, its a HUGE deal to advertisers, who want to get their product in front of all those eyeballs.
Fortune reports it will cost an average of $5 million to buy a 30-second commercial slot in this year’s broadcast.
Who do I cheer for?
The two teams playing this year are the New England Patriots (the blue guys) and the Atlanta Falcons (the red guys).
For the Patriots, it's their ninth appearance at the big dance, the most of any team in the NFL.
They've won the Super Bowl four times (the last time was in 2015). They're the team to back if you like a winner.
The last time the Falcons made the Super Bowl, we were all freaking out about Y2K and Britney Spears was topping the charts with Hit Me Baby One More Time (that's 1999, obvs).