The National Football League’s Pro Bowl game brings together an all-star roster of players from the American Football Conference (AFC) and the National Football Conference (NFC). The official name of the game is the AFC-NFC Pro Bowl.
When Is the 2017 Pro Bowl Game?
Most major sports leagues hold their all-star games near the middle of the regular season, but the NFL hosts its Pro Bowl game at the end of the season. The game used to be held the weekend after the Super Bowl, but Pro Bowl games have been played the weekend before the Super Bowl since 2010. The next Pro Bowl Game will take place on January 29, 2017.
Location of the Pro Bowl Game
For over two decades, the Pro Bowl game was played at Aloha Stadium in Hawaii. Earlier this year, the NFL reached a deal to move the game to Orlando, Florida in an attempt to make the game more relevant to football fans. The 2017 Pro Bowl game will be played at Camping World Stadium.
Format of the Pro Bowl Game
The format of the Pro Bowl has changed over the years. For decades, members of the two conferences competed against each other. From 2014 to 2016, the NFL tried an unconferenced format in which two Hall of Famers served as honorary team captains and selected players from each conference in a televised selection process prior to the game. This year, the Pro Bowl will return to an AFC-NFC format. Players from the two teams who will be competing in the Super Bowl do not participate in the Pro Bowl game.
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