Volunteers will help the Host Committee, a private, non-profit organization and the State of Arizona by serving as ambassadors at key areas including airports, hotels, official Host Committee and other events prior to and after the game. Opportunities for TEAM AZ will begin as early as August with the kickoff of Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee community events.
Interested participants must be at least 18 years old at the time of submission and go through a formal application process, including a background check. The Host Committee will hold a kickoff event and mandatory role-specific training leading up to festivities.
TEAM AZ volunteers must commit to three shifts ranging from four to six hours each. In addition to being a part of numerous events, volunteers will receive custom-designed apparel that can be worn while volunteering, including a jacket, polo shirt, and hat.
Fans can visit www.azsuperbowl.com/volunteer to apply to be part of TEAM AZ.
The Host Committee has selected the technology platform, Rosterfy as the volunteer program management system.
The Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee is a private, non-profit Arizona corporation responsible for planning and executing a successful Super Bowl LVII in 2023. The goal of the Host Committee is to galvanize local stakeholders in a united approach to hosting the largest
single-day sporting event in the world by maximizing positive media exposure, fueling the economic engine of Arizona, and leaving a lasting legacy. The Host Committee serves as liaison between the NFL and all regional efforts, culminating with the game in 2023 at State Farm Stadium, home to the Arizona Cardinals. This is the fourth time Arizona is hosting the Super Bowl, following 1996, 2008 and 2015. Only four other sites (South Florida, New Orleans, Los Angeles, and Tampa Bay) hold this distinction.