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SuperBowl Spots at YVR

More than 100 million people will tune in to watch Super Bowl XLVII this Sunday, and you plan on being one of them.

But instead of being planted on a buddy's couch with a plate full of nachos and a cold one, you are in transit on Sunday and have to be at the airport during the big game. Never fear, intrepid sports fan! YVR has you covered with all the best spots to catch Seahawks v. Broncos.

Pre-security, there are loads of options. Stanley's Sports Bar on Level 2 Domestic, White Spot on Domestic Level 3, KOHO, Galiano and Hanami adjacent to the International Food Court and the Fairmont will all air the Super Bowl on their screens. The game will also be shown on the big board in the International Food Court. When when your buddies brag that they watched the game on a 93-inch flatscreen, you can tell them you watched it on a 15-foot television surrounded by people from all over the world.

After security in the International terminal, you can grab a seat at Milestone's by Gate 53. Sit at the bar for optimum sightlines. Canucks Bar & Grill in U.S. departures will be serving up the game and a fair amount of Seahawaks fan energy, considering our regular departures to SeaTac.

In Domestic departures, there are a couple of options. On A Pier, Palomino Bar & Grill is the place to be. If you're on C Pier, Monk's is a good option for a great meal while watching gridiron at its finest.

No matter where you are at YVR on Sunday, the game is only steps away. Check the Food & Beverage section of our website for specific locations and operating hours.While we don't have an official rooting interest at YVR, it's hard not to cheer for our neighbours who are just a hop, skip and a jump down the I-5. Official YVR Super Bowl prediction: Seahawks 24 - Broncos 23. Go Hawks!

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