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Super Bowl domains: You know you should not do it!

Super Bowl” is a registered trademark of the National Football League, going back to 1966.

Naturally, the NFL owns SuperBowl.com – but what about those that think it’s ok to register domains abusing this famous trademark?

Apparently, there are at least 2,968 domain names – including those operated by the NFL – that contain the term “superbowl“, according to top domain tool, ZFBot!

With a lucrative market for sports paraphernalia, the trademark violators have a financial motive, no doubt.

Surprisingly, we found no “Super Bowl” domains listed on Flippa.com, which is a good thing for a change. However, some fool there is selling MyNewEnglandPatriots.com
Also on Flippa, the auction for 2012superbowl.org ended with the domain being unsold.

Kids, don’t do it!

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6 Responses to “Super Bowl domains: You know you should not do it!”
  1. RAYY says:

    Superbowl is also a registered trademark for Chinese restaurant called Superbowl restaurant business in Australia.

    Class: 43 Restaurant; restaurant services; cafes and dessert stores; providing food and drink; takeaway food and drink services; food and drink catering


  2. Lucius "Gunz" Fabrice says:

    Rayy – I hope they stick to .com.au then.

  3. RAYY says:

    Yes, they stick to .com.au but a long tail domain name,


  4. RAYY says:

    There is a Superbowl.com.au which is for a bowling club sport in Australia.

  5. Lucius "Gunz" Fabrice says:

    Rayy – What a disaster for Aussies wanting the pu-pu platter!

  6. Ken says:

    There are actually exactly 6,000 domains that contain “Superbowl” (not just starting/ending with)


    Queries like that run fairly quickly directly on my server but cause browsers to time out. Working on it though… 😉

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