Super Bowl Gatorade shower color 2023: What color was the Chiefs’ post-game celebration following win vs Eagles?

A nailbiter finish to the Super Bowl LVII saw the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Vince Lombardi Trophy home after beating the Philadelphia Eagles by 38-35.

Gatorade shower after clinching the trophy is what all fans around the world are waiting for and there is no different scenario in this year’s most iconic event.

Gatorade is a sports drink that was created to help athletes rehydrate and replenish lost fluids, carbohydrates, and electrolytes during intense physical activity it was first developed in 1965 at the University of Florida for the school’s football team, the Florida Gators, and was named after the team.

It is available in a variety of flavors, including lemon-lime, fruit punch, and grape. The tradition of drenching the winning coach with Gatorade began in the 1980s and has become a staple of NFL culture, especially in the playoffs and Super Bowl.

There have been some wild guesses circulating around the internet on what color would be the cherry on top of the celebrations as finally it was unveiled.

It was a purple Gatorade shower to dignify the purple patch for the Chiefs after Orange, green, or yellow couldn’t emphasize the metric of the victory.

BetMGM Canada has been monitoring the situation for a long time on what color would be splashed to wet the manager and according to them, it was Yellow/Green that emerged as the favorite with +175.

Orange and Blues didn’t fall too much behind Yellow/Green with +350 and +400 followed by Red/Pink with +500 and clear Water had an odd of +750.

Purple had a place almost at the bottom with +900 on the odds and ridiculously came out victorious after riding a roller coaster of rides just like the champion Kansas City Chiefs.

Talking about the game, it was worth each penny as all four quarters were entertaining like Jerry Sadowitz’s magic show. In a span of 11 seconds is what decided the fate of the game as it was like a fairy tale.

During halftime, the Eagles were cruising with 24-14 on the scorecard but a Rihanna show at the break may have brought fortune for Patrick Mahomes and Kansas City Chiefs.

A touchdown at the beginning of the third quarter eased Chief’s struggle and made the scoreline 24-21 in a blink of an eye but Philadelphia extended the lead to six points after the third break.

The game was leveled at 35-35 at the dying moment of the game with Chiefs’ Harrison Butker coming up with a bang to lift the crowd up on their feet with the celebration extended and ending up being showered with a purple Gatorade shower.


Salah Uddin Rafi

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Sports Content Writer. Covering F1, Tennis, Naskar and mostly Soccer. Graduated from Jahangirnagar University. A game of football is relentlessly uncompromised because passion runs thick through the veins.


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