#NFL | #SuperBowlLII, is this the Ice Bowl?

This year’s Super Bowl 52, the climax of the NFL season, takes place in Minneapolis between the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles (featuring British player Jay Ajayi).

With ground temperature predicted to hit -14 degrees Celsius, it’ll be one of the coldest Super Bowls and one of the coldest sporting finals in history.

To mark the occasion, two-time Super Bowl winner Osi Umenyiora and fellow former NFL player Jason Bell helped sculpt a one-of-a-kind trophy to mark the ice-cold occasion.

NFL’s Osi Umenyiora and Jason Bell pictured with a top-scale ice sculpture of the Vince Lombardi trophy being built on 24th January ahead of the Super Bowl on 4th February. The sculpture, created by Hamilton Ice Sculptors, Picture Dave Shopland/NFL UK
NFL’s Osi Umenyiora and Jason Bell pictured with a top-scale ice sculpture of the Vince Lombardi trophy being built on 24th January ahead of the Super Bowl on 4th February. The sculpture, created by Hamilton Ice Sculptors, Picture Dave Shopland/NFL UK
NFL’s Osi Umenyiora and Jason Bell pictured with a top-scale ice sculpture of the Vince Lombardi trophy being built on 24th January ahead of the Super Bowl on 4th February. The sculpture, created by Hamilton Ice Sculptors, Picture Dave Shopland/NFL UK
NFL’s Osi Umenyiora and Jason Bell pictured with a to-scale ice sculpture of the Vince Lombardi trophy being built on 24th January ahead of the Super Bowl on 4th February. The sculpture, created by Hamilton Ice Sculptors, Picture Dave Shopland/NFL UK
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