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Super Bowl 57 Gatorade Color Odds: It’s A Toss-Up For Eagles-Chiefs

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Super Bowl 57 Gatorade Color Odds: It’s A Toss-Up For Eagles-Chiefs

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There are three NFL betting staples of every Super Bowl that have nothing to do with football. 

  • The coin toss
  • The length of the National Anthem
  • The color of the Gatorade dumped on the winning coach after the game

The national anthem and coin flip will be completed before the kickoff of Super Bowl 57. The only wager here that keeps viewers and bettors watching until after the final play is the victor’s Gatorade bath. 


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Bettors this year in certain jurisdictions will be able to legally wager on the color of the Gatorade dumped on the winning coach for Super Bowl 57. Will Andy Reid or Nick Sirianni get the victory bath? Will the winner be awash in Gatorade matching their team colors? Will there be a Gatorade upset across betting sites and betting apps like there was after Super Bowl 56?

Rams coach Sean McVay received a Blue Gatorade bath after the Rams beat the Bengals 23-20 in Super Bowl 56. It was the second year in a row blue Gatorade ruled the day. In 2021, Tampa Bay beat Kansas City and Bruce Arians ended his NFL head coaching career with a blue bath, despite rampant rumors that Tampa Bay was going with Purple. (Who over the age of 12 drinks Purple Gatorade?)

In this market, even those souls who don’t know the difference between a touchdown and a first down can wager on an equal footing with the most knowledgeable football experts on the planet. 

Super Bowl 57 Gatorade Color Odds

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Here’s a look at the odds for the color of the celebratory Gatorade to be used by the winning team after Super Bowl 57 via DraftKings. Not all states allow legal betting on the post-Super Bowl Gatorade bath, so check your favorite sports betting app for availability and prices. 

Color Odds
Orange +325
Blue +400
Yellow/Green +400
Red/Pink +450
Clear/Water +500
Purple +750
None +1000

FanDuel, BetMGM, and Caesars Sportsbook are among the top sports betting apps that are likely offer odds on the color of the Gatorade bath in 2023. Make sure to look out for some of the year’s best sportsbook bonus codes leading up to the Super Bowl before placing your wagers.

The Eagles are 2-point favorites to win Super Bowl 57 at most major books against the Chiefs. The game opened as a pick 'em. The Chiefs will likely see a lot of backing from the public as kickoff approaches on Feb. 12. 

When the Chiefs last won the Super Bowl – three years ago – Andy Reid received an orange celebratory bath. Kansas City rallied to beat San Francisco in Super Bowl 54. It’s unlikely the Chiefs would want to change colors given the propensity of NFL teams to not mess with success. 

The Eagles soaked Doug Pedersen with clear liquid after the Eagles beat the Patriots in Super Bowl 52. That was Philly’s first Super Bowl win after losing to New England in Super Bowl 39. What worked for Pedersen may not work for Sirianni, though. 

After Philly's 31-7 NFC title game win over San Francisco, Lane Johnson and Fletcher Cox double-teamed a cooler full of OG green/yellow Gatorade and doused Sirianni with its contents. 

Our Pick For Gatorade Bath 2023

Best Bet: We’re leaning on the Eagles to win the game outright at -130 and to repeat themselves by soaking Sirianni with yellow-green Gatorade. At +400, this is a solid price.

Super Bowl Gatorade Bath Began With Giants, Parcells

The Gatorade bath made its Super Bowl debut with the 1986 New York Giants in Super Bowl 21. Bill Parcells had been awash in Gatorade dumped on him by his players after victories since 1984. Parcells triumphantly walked off the field of the Rose Bowl awash in sweet and sticky, Orange-colored Gatorade following Big Blue’s 39-20 win over the Broncos. In all, the Tuna got hit with 17 Gatorade showers during that championship season. 


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In the past 35 years, the Gatorade bath has become a post-game staple, along with that trip to Disney World and the Lombardi Trophy presentations. To the surprise of absolutely no one, Patriots coach Bill Belichick stayed dry after his team won Super Bowls 36, 38 and 51. Two of those games (Super Bowl 36 and 51) were decided on the game’s final play. 

Super Bowl 38 ended with a kickoff. Adam Vinatieri’s game-winning field goal left 2 seconds remaining on the clock. In all three games, Belichick’s players were in no position to be concerned with preparing a Gatorade dump. 

Baltimore coach Jim Harbaugh also avoided the rain after the Ravens beat the 49ers in Super Bowl 47. 

Super Bowl Gatorade Shower History & Betting Analysis

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Here’ a look at the Gatorade showers of note in the past 36 Super Bowls with NFL odds on the correct Gatorade bath where available. 

Super Bowl WinnerColorOdds
SB 56RamsBlue+400
SB 55BuccaneersBlue+650
SB 54ChiefsOrange+400
SB 53PatriotsBlueNA
SB 52EaglesYellowNA
SB 51PatriotsNoneNA
SB 50BroncosOrangeNA
SB 49PatriotsBlueNA
SB 48SeahawksOrangeNA
SB 47RavensNoneNA
SB 46GiantsPurpleNA
SB 45PackersOrangeNA
SB 44SaintsOrangeNA
SB 43SteelersYellowNA
SB 42GiantsClearNA
SB 41ColtsClearNA
SB 40SteelersClearNA
SB 39PatriotsClearNA
SB 38PatriotsNoneNA
SB 37BuccaneersPurpleNA
SB 36PatriotsNoneNA
SB 35RavensYellowNA
SB 30CowboysClearNA
SB 2949ersClearNA
SB 28CowboysClearNA
SB 25GiantsClearNA
SB 21GiantsOrangeNA

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Orange is the leader through the past 13 Super Bowls, appearing five times. Blue Gatorade has been dumped in three of the past four Super Bowls. Blue was a prohibitive long shot at +650 at DraftKings before it landed on Arians in Super Bowl 55. Reid’s Orange bath drew shorter odds in Super Bowl 54, splashing in at +400 at the same book. 

This market made its legal regulated debut in 2019 during Super Bowl 53 when Belichick got doused with blue Gatorade after beating the Rams 13-3 and bettors at FanDuel who backed the blue cashed in at +150.

Belichick was famously soaked with clear Gatorade (or was it ice water?) after the Patriots won Super Bowl 39 with his father, Steve. The elder Belichick, a longtime assistant coach at the Naval Academy, joined his son on the sidelines for the Patriots win over the Eagles. 

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Bill Speros for Bookies.com
Bill Speros
Bill Speros is an award-winning journalist and editor whose career includes stops at USA Today Sports Network / Golfweek, Cox Media, ESPN, Orlando Sentinel and Denver Post.