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NFL offers fans a chance to host Vince Lombardi Trophy in their hometown before Super Bowl LIV

NFL offers fans a chance to host Vince Lombardi Trophy in their hometown before Super Bowl LIV

The National Football League is allowing fans to compete for a chance to host the famous Vince Lombardi Trophy before it arrives at Super Bowl LIV in Miami as part of the league's #NFL100 Experiences of a Lifetime promotion.

One winner will host the trophy in a fan's hometown during the league's Wild Card weekend as part of the "Lombardi in Your Hometown" contest. As part of the contest, the league said the trophy will be in attendance at a watch party for the winner's family and friends that will be paid for by the NFL.

"Our centennial celebration gave us an opportunity to bring the NFL's most iconic symbol of team success directly to a group of fans for the first time in the league's 100-year history," Pete Abitante, the NFL's vice president of special projects, said in a statement. "This once-in-a-century experience will help launch our 2019 season playoffs as we continue to celebrate our fans all the way to Super Bowl LIV in Miami."

According to the NFL, to be eligible, fans must post a "picture or video demonstrating what they've done to deserve a chance to have the Vince Lombardi Trophy in their hometown and tag @NFL and #NFL100Contest."

Other Experience of a Lifetime contest included "Tickets For 100 Years," which was the "biggest prize in NFL history." Gregory Hampton, a New York Giants fans from Williamsburg, Virginia, won the competition earlier this year.

The NFL also announced tickets prices for the 2020 Pro Bowl held in Orlando will start at $45 and now available for purchase. As a benefit for buying a ticket, consumers get access to behind the scenes events, including observing players entering Camping World Stadium for a Red Carpet event before the game, which will be held on Jan. 26.

The Lombardi in Your Hometown competition runs through Nov. 12. NFL Wild Card Weekend runs from Jan. 4 to 5, while Super Bowl Week will commence on Jan. 27 with the championship game on Feb. 2 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami.