More that 80,000 fans will take their seats at the Super Bowl on Sunday, but only three men will be doing it for the 48th time.
Donald Crisman, Larry Jacobson and Tom Henschel have been to every Super Bowl since the first one in Los Angeles in 1967.
The men talked to NY1 about why they do it, and what makes the big game so special to them.
"My dad started taking me to high school games when I was five years old," Henshel said. "Didn't matter if it was rain or snow or what, I had to go to every Friday night football game 'cause it was in my blood."
"There's nothing like being in the stands," Crisman said. "The feel, the smell. TV doesn't do it for me."
"I love the Super Bowl Boulevard, and the reason I love the Super Bowl Boulevard is, it gives everyone in New York a chance to participate," Jacobson said.
The trio hope that if they make it Super Bowl L, they get to take part in the ceremonial coin toss.