Whether you bleed Broncos blue and orange or are a proud 12th Man supporter of the Seahawks, or even if you're just tuning in for the commercials, we've rounded up our annual list of awesome man caves -- all ready for Super Bowl XLVIII.
Man Caves for the Super Bowl
Man Caves for Super Fans
Rustic elegance is the phrase that comes to mind when you step into this lodge's game room, designed by Locati Architects. Before the big game, you could rustle up something to drink or challenge a friend to pool. As kickoff nears, fans can open two wooden panels over the fireplace to reveal the flat-screen TV.
What better place to show off sports memorabilia than a room specially prepped for big-game viewing? This home theater, designed by Schill Architecture, has plenty of comfy seating for a Super Bowl gathering.
Blow off some steam after the game in a man cave decorated with antlers and trophies. This rustic space is a part of a home on a private freshwater island. Set near Wilmington, Ill., the house is for sale for $695,000.
After a day on the slopes, you can catch the the Super Bowl in this contemporary ski chalet. Keep warm in front of the roaring fire or join a few buddies for a poker game during the half-time show.
No distractions here! This room is all about viewing the game in high definition with surround sound. Listed for $3,795,000, this Fort Lauderdale penthouse also includes a cocktail lounge bar and an oceanfront terrace.
The "go big or go home" mantra is taken to heart in the eclectic man cave pictured above. Decked out with a bar, pool table, sports memorabilia -- and green turf for carpet -- this space has all the game-viewing essentials.
Forget football and start your own competition in this man cave. You can begin by shooting pool or hoops, or try to record a new high score on one of the video games. Sideline concessions will help keep players fueled and hydrated. This Arizona home is on the market for $1.45 million.