The Disneyland Resort prepares to welcome football fans to a week of magic, when ESPN touches down for Super Bowl LVI with productions originating from Disney California Adventure Park from Wednesday, February 9 through Super Sunday, February 13. Bowl. It will be a fan experience from Thursday, February 10 to Sunday, February 13.
With “Postseason NFL Countdown,” “NFL Live” and “SportsCenter” segments, “NFL Matchup,” an “ESPN Deportes” presence and more, fans at home will get all the news, analysis and commentary on how the game is going of the 2021-22 NFL season, while Disney California Adventure park guests can enjoy a fan experience, watch productions and even see some of their favorite personalities in person.
Downtown Disney will be home to an outdoor fan experience between Tortilla Jo’s and Splitsville Luxury Lanes from Thursday, February 10 through Sunday, February 13 from 1:00-7:00 p.m. PT daily , with games, gifts (while supplies last), and more, for guests of all ages. As part of that experience, ESPN will give away a limited amount of Post seasoning, a mix of spices from ESPN to help visitors improve their cooking during the postseason. Experiences will be available to guests on a first-come, first-served basis.
Disneyland Resort guests with applicable theme park reservations and tickets can catch a glimpse of some of their favorite ESPN shows and personalities at the Paradise Bay viewing area in Disney California Adventure Park.
Many of ESPN’s most recognizable personalities will be on site, including Hall of Famer Randy Moss, Super Bowl Champions Tedy Bruschi, Ryan Clark, Booger McFarland, Rex Ryan, Pro Bowl QBs Brian Griese, Robert Griffin III, Matt Hasselbeck and Alex Smith, groundbreaking NFL analyst Mina Kimes; “Monday Night Football” analyst Louis Riddick; first-round pick Marcus Spears; 10-year NFL veteran Dan Orlovsky; analyst Matt Bowen; top NFL pundits Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen; reporter Sal Paolantonio, the versatile Sam Ponder and Laura Rutledge, and the voice of “Monday Night Football” Steve Levy.
Remember: To enter a theme park at the Disneyland Resort, guests (ages three and older) will need a valid ticket and theme park reservation for the same day and same park. Park reservations are limited, subject to availability, and not guaranteed.
ESPN’s full content plans for Super Bowl LVI will be released in the coming weeks.
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