Sports speak the universal language of camaraderie, competition and can be as unifying as they can be divisive. You don’t have to be a fan of a particular sport to appreciate the sense of excitement or level of athleticism that comes with watching a game on Satellite TV. Around the world people tune in to their respective games, gathering with friends, jeering, cheering and socializing around the TV. Whether it’s Futbol in Argentina, Basketball or Baseball in the United States or the winter Olympics there is a level of fraternization involved in watching a sport that is unparalleled. Athletes have become demigods as fans identify themselves by wearing their favorite player’s jersey or their teams’ colors.

What American has never been to a Baseball game, smelt the popcorn as it wafts through the air, watched the foam fingers sway in the stadium and felt the rush of excitement as a home run flies through the air? There is an undeniable sense of companionship in watching sports that transcends the game itself. Of course the next best thing to going to a game is watching it on Satellite TV with a group of friends on a large plasma screen. The crisp, vivid image that HD affords makes it feel like your right next to Steve Nash as he scores a three, sweat dripping down his face and the vitality of the deep purple contrasted against the bright orange of his jersey.

In addition, watching a football game on Super-bowl Sunday is probably the most fun that you can have. The food is great, the drinks keep on coming and it’s forgivable to just be there for the commercials. For the non-avid sports fan the melt in your mouth ribs, jalapeno poppers, ranch dressing, and endless snacks are well worth sitting through the game for. Investing in an NFL Sunday ticket will feel like Super-Bowl Sunday every weekend. You can even make the game more exciting by betting on the winning team and who knows you might walk away a couple hundred dollars richer.

There is no denying that watching sports is a truly remarkable experience; if not for the game itself than just for the atmosphere that it brings. Friends gather round, you can socialize and watch the game and its fun to see the look on the die-hard fan’s face when you root for the opposing team. Just make sure to qualify it with a friendly «Just kidding» or things could get ugly. All in all, watching a game on TV is a fun and rewarding experience that can bring you and your friends closer together around good greasy food and chilled, refreshing drinks. What’s bad about that?

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