The Super Bowl is a big celebration for football fans all over the county.  This is one of the biggest Sundays for celebrations or devastations.

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It is also the biggest creator of babies.

That's right the Super Bowl seems to be the biggest creation of babies born in November.

Lisa F. Young

Think about it, you have football fans all over the country celebrating the big game.  They are excited, and even more excited if their team wins.  That excitement and exhilaration can lead to a celebration explosion in the bedroom.  Then 9 months later the happy couple is welcoming a new little football player to the world, with the middle name Touchdown.

On the flip side, if their team loses, and that frustration and anger are building up then it's a creative outlet.

Throw alcohol into the mix and babies are everywhere in November.


Texas comes in second in the United States for the most babies born 9 months after the Super Bowl.  According to Betway, Texas had 1.083 births per 1,000 people.

Lots and lots of babies!

If you're planning on celebrating the Super Bowl and celebrating with the opposite sex, whether it be your spouse, partner, or some random stranger.  Just be prepared for the feelings you may catch when it's over and if you don't want a Super Bowl baby, make sure a plan is in place to prevent, ya know, pregnancy.

Down, Set, Hut!!!

Even though Texas ranks high for births 9 months after the Super Bowl, the month with the highest number of births overall is, September.

Come to think of it, the Super Bowl may not be the culprit after all.  It could be Valentine's Day or a combination.

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