Super Bowl Gatorade Color History & Super Bowl LVII Odds

We take a look at the Super Bowl Gatorade Color Odds 2023 and the history of the Gatorade Shower in previous Super Bowls.

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Just like the national anthem and the coin toss, the Super Bowl Gatorade shower is one tradition which everyone looks forward to on Super Bowl Sunday.

In fact, people love it so much that they bet on the color of the Gatorade shower every year.

Super Bowl Gatorade color history goes way back to the Giants of Bill Parcells, who made “The Big Tuna” swim in a vat of the sugary energy drink after success in the 1980s and beyond.

Super Bowl Gatorade Color Odds

Now, Gatorade showers take place in all sports when the good times come around. Let’s take a look at the history of it and the Super Bowl Gatorade Color Odds for Super Bowl 57.

Super Bowl Gatorade Color History

Here are the colors of Gatorade used from 2001 to 2022 alongside the Super Bowl winners from each year:

  • 2022: Rams, Blue
  • 2021: Buccaneers, Blue
  • 2020: Chiefs, Orange
  • 2019: Patriots, Blue
  • 2018: Eagles, Yellow
  • 2017: Patriots, None
  • 2016: Broncos, Orange
  • 2015: Patriots, Blue
  • 2014: Seahawks, Orange
  • 2013: Ravens, None
  • 2012: Giants, Purple
  • 2011: Packers, Orange
  • 2010: Saints, Orange
  • 2009: Steelers, Yellow
  • 2008: Giants, Clear
  • 2007: Colts, Clear
  • 2006: Steelers, Clear
  • 2005: Patriots, Clear
  • 2004: Patriots, None
  • 2003: Buccaneers, Purple
  • 2002: Patriots, None
  • 2001: Ravens, Yellow

What Color Was the Gatorade Shower in Super Bowl 56?

Super Bowl LVI in 2022 saw Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay being drenched in blue Gatorade after the Rams defeated the Bengals. This Rams have now won the Super Bowl twice – in 2000 and 2022.

What Was the Gatorade Shower Color After Super Bowl LV?

The Buccaneers’ Super Bowl victory in 2021 resulted in head coach Bruce Arians being treated to a blue shower. Blue was an outsider in the betting odds (+650), with orange (+400) being a popular favorite after runners-up Chiefs landing Andy Reid in an orange shower after their 2019 Super Bowl victory.

Super Bowl Gatorade Color History

In total, since 2001 there have been 5 orange Gatorade showers, 4 clear, 4 blue, 4 years with no shower, 3 yellow and 2 purple.

Super Bowl Gatorade Color Odds

This novelty prop bet is available at the majority of online sportsbooks. It was first introduced to sports bettors by FanDuel Sportsbook back in 2019.

Here are the Super Bowl Gatorade Color Odds for Super Bowl 56 between the Los Angeles Rams and the Cincinnati Bengals (odds at DraftKings Sportsbook):

  • Clear/Water (+250)
  • Orange (+300)
  • Yellow/Green (+350)
  • Blue (+400)
  • None (+600)
  • Red/Pink (+1200)
  • Purple (+1400)
Color of Gatorade Poured on Winning Coach
NFL Gatorade Shower Odds

Orange Gatorade color seems to be a favorite among bettors every year. It is worth considering which teams are still in contention for the Super Bowl. For example, if the Bengals pull it off this year, then orange may be a fair shout!

Super Bowl Gatorade Shower History

Another strange trend is the total absence of a red Gatorade shower at the Super Bowl, ever. It has remained a mystery, as the red fruit punch flavor is extremely popular.

However, it remains in the betting markets every year. Maybe this year it will be red?

We will update you on the Super Bowl Gatorade Color Odds 2023 as soon as they are released by the sportsbooks.

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