2015 Super Bowl Cheerleaders

Hottest 2015 Super Bowl Cheerleaders — Patriots Or Seahawks?

The 2015 Super Bowl cheerleaders will be heating up the sidelines on Sunday, when the Patriots and Seahawks go head to head on February 1. The weather is expected to be sunny and warm at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, but there is no doubt the beautiful, pom-pom wielding NFL cheerleaders will make temps rise just a bit higher.

The big question: Who has the hotter cheerleaders — the New England Patriots or the Seattle Seahawks? The answer will probably depend on which team you’re rooting for unless your team isn’t playing in the Super Bowl.

The New Patriots cheerleading squad currently consists of 35 women who provide sideline entertainment at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts throughout the season. The squad left a massive snowstorm behind when they headed to Arizona this week, which was a welcome relief for both cheerleaders and players.

Football Babble reports that the Patriots cheerleading squad was formed in 1977 and have made a number of appearances around the globe over the years. The squad has entertained U.S. troops in more than 25 countries and have appeared on Good Morning America, Entertainment Tonight, Inside Edition, and the Late Show with David Letterman.

The Seattle Seahawks’ cheerleaders are known as the Sea Gals. The squad consists of 32 women who perform their dance routines at home games held at CenturyLink Field. When they aren’t cheering, some members of the squad, known as the Sea Gals Show Group, perform at events the U.S. and overseas. The Sea Gals charge $150 per hour (per cheerleader) for public appearances and $3,000-5,000 for a 60-minute Show Group performance that includes singing, dancing, as well as costume and set changes.

While it won’t be blazing hot on game day (low 70s expected), it’s likely that the Patriots and Seahawks cheerleaders will be taking advantage of the warm weather — short skirts and midriff-baring tops will likely be the outfit of the day.

Kickoff time for Super Bowl 2015 is 6:30 p.m. ET. The game will be carried on NBC TV, with live stream coverage available online. Keep an eye out for the Patriots and Seahawks cheerleaders as they show off their dance routines in the sidelines and (hopefully) cheer their team on to a win.