Since 1967, the Super Bowl has been the annual championship game of the National Football League (NFL). Traditionally held on a Sunday, the Super Bowl has a reputation as one of the most-watched televised sports events of the year. After a grueling regular season, six teams from the National Football Conference (NFC) and six teams from the American Football Conference (AFC) battle it out for their respective conference championship titles. The NFL Playoffs are played as a single-elimination tournament, and include two Wild Card qualifiers from each conference. After the first round, the winners advance to the Divisional Playoffs which determines who will play in the Conference Championship. Finally, the NFC and AFC Conference Champions meet each other in the legendary “Big Game.” The winner earns the Vince Lombardi Trophy and bragging rights as the world champion of football.