If you thought Miami's potential Super Bowl plans were neat, wait until you hear about what the NFL has in store for New York in the lead up to next year's big game at MetLife Stadium.
The league announced this week that it is planning on constructing a 60-foot high, 108-foot long ice slide at Super Bowl Boulevard between 34th and 44th streets. Using special toboggans, visitors can make their way down Broadway on this gigantic slide.
About 1,000 people will be able to ride the slide per hour, and in total the league expects tens of thousands of people to take a turn.
In addition to the slide, visitors to Super Bowl Boulevard can check out the Vince Lombardi Trophy (to be displayed in a custom tent) and watch footage from NFL Films on a giant screen between 34th and 35th streets.
The Super Bowl will be played on Feb. 2, 2014, in New Jersey.
(H/T to For The Win)