As the company disrupting the sports marketing space, we felt it only right to give our summary of the #1 thing that people talk about on the Monday after Super Bowl weekend --- our top Super Bowl ads!

The #1 Spot for our Top Super Bowl Ads goes to:

THE NFL. WHAAAT. Where did this come from? To see all these greats war it out over a dinner party. Was amazing. And with 50K retweets on Twitter already (link), it seems many people agree with us! Some of the greats are also on OpenSponsorship including Saquon Barkley  and Todd Gurley.



NFL star Tom Brady and his Super Bowl Rings in a Super Bowl commercial.
Tom Brady in our pick for the top super bowl ads



The #2 Spot for our Top Super Bowl Ads goes to:

BUMBLE. As a female CEO in Sports, I had goosebumps. Well done creative team and Serena Williams. What a great ad. We especially loved the line "the ball is in your court". We also loved how this ad recognized the MILLIONS of females that watch the Super Bowl. Quick hint to any other female focused brands thinking about football - consider working with Eric Decker, he has the most female followers of any football player sitting pretty at 80%. Check out his profile for more details - link



Serena Williams in an ad for Bumble during the Super Bowl.
Serena Williams in our 2nd pick for top super bowl ad by dating app Bumble


The #3 Spot for our Top Super Bowl Ads goes to:

GOOGLE. With a couple of contenders in the running, we picked the #googletranslate ad as our top Super Bowl ad from Google. What a beautiful message. And like our sisters in Bumble recognizing the female audience, it was great to see Google to recognize the diversity of the NFL fans. Pretty amazing also is that Soccer star Didier Drogba in 2017 posted about #googletranslate and shouted out to 2019 --> maybe he has some psychic powers we didn't know about! Check it out - Twitter LINK

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I hope you agree with our picks for top Super Bowl Ads. We at OpenSponsorship bring creativity, data, athlete reach and heart to the table to help brands take advantage of sports marketing. Check us out today and let's create some magic together whether through our football roster or any of the other 50 sports that we represent.

Ishveen Jolly

Written by Ishveen Jolly

Ishveen is the CEO and Founder of OpenSponsorship, which she started because she loves sponsorship but hates hold calling. She was recognized in 2015 on Forbes 30Under30 for Sports.

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