Super Bowl 2012, the game that a majority of the Americans eagerly await is happening at Indianapolis on February 5.

The New York Giants will play the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl XLVI on Sunday.

Every year many fun events are held throughout the week leading to the day of the Super Bowl.

Super Bowl fans are enjoying their time by taking part in many pre-game entertainments at the Super Bowl XLVI NFL Experience in Indianapolis.

Take a look at the pre-game festivities and team practice at Indianapolis:

New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning (10) stretches during practice for the NFL Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis February 3, 2012Reuters
Children run on mini football field in downtown Indianapolis.Reuters
Fans drink beer in Indianapolis, Indiana February 3, 2012, ahead of the Super Bowl XLVI NFL football game.Reuters
After pints of beer, pounds of chicken wings, and hours spent hollering for your favorite team, the temptation to take off for Super Bowl Monday is only natural. The day following the annual national sports phenomenon, which some arguably consider a holiday, may be known as the worst “case of the Mondays.” So after one too many Giants-themed gatherings or pro-Patriots parties, how does one go about getting out of work after the big game?Reuters
A fan rides on a zip line in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana, February 3, 2012, ahead of the NFL's Super Bowl XLVI football game.Reuters
A fan has his face painted in Indianapolis, Indiana February 3, 2012, ahead of the Super Bowl XLVI NFL football game.Reuters
New England Patriots kicker Stephen Gostkowski holds his son Slayden as his wife Hallie looks on during a walk-through of the Lucas Oil Stadium before the Super Bowl XLVI NFL football game in Indianapolis, Indiana February 4, 2012.Reuters
New England Patriots quarterback Brady hugs his mother before the Super Bowl XLVI NFL football game in Indianapolis on 04/02/2012.Reuters
Giants head coach Coughlin watches over practice for the NFL Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis.Reuters
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell holds the Vince Lombardi Trophy after a press conference for Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis on 03/02/2012.Reuters