- The 18th Puppy Bowl will take place in 2022 as Team Ruff and Team Fluff face off against one another.
- 118 puppies will take the field on Super Bowl Sunday in what’s is likely the most important game of the year.
LOS ANGELES - The 18th Puppy Bowl has been confirmed for February 13, 2022 as 118 puppies will compete for the Lombarky Trophy.
Puppy Bowl 2022 Confirmed
Recent announcements have confirmed that the Puppy Bowl will return in 2022. It will mark the 18th rendition of the event. Per the reports, 118 puppies from 67 different shelters across 33 states will make up Team Ruff and Team Fluff.
It was also specified that the fan-favorite kitty halftime show will be back as well as having a parrot on commentary up in the booth.
Those who plan on betting the Super Bowl might as well get their day started early as there will be odds on the Puppy Bowl as well, giving bettors an opportunity to increase their bankroll prior to the main event.
What Odds Are Available?
Those interested in betting on the Puppy Bowl can take note of some of the odds listed last year for reference as it’s too early for odds to be released for the 2022 event.
Last year, sportsbooks offered -120 odds on both moneylines, but gave Team Fluff -140 odds to cover the 7.5-point spread. There were also odds on betting the MVP to be a male or female, both sides had -120 odds as well, but the UNDER 17.5 weeks old was favored with a -170 betting line.
There were more specific prop bets as well that listed -850 odds in favor of the MVP being mixed breed rather than pure bred and a Michael Vick prop that had +1200 odds on him tweeting about the Puppy Bowl.
This goes to show there really are Super Bowl LVI odds for everything, Puppy Bowl included.
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Nick is a football fanatic with years of sports journalism experience. He achieved a degree in Broadcast/Journalism from Penn State University. When he’s not covering the latest NFL odds you can catch him debating Brady > Belichick in his free time.