I thought the comment is that this is a restricted area all the time. I was just clarifying that I believe this is only a restricted area when there is an active Tfr, typically on game day.
This is a standing/permanent (meaning in issued current directives) restriction that has a beginning and ending time for the listed events. TFRs (in the case of the Super Bowl) are issued when additional flight restrictions are implemented.
Yes a TFR is issued when additional flight restrictions are implemented, but also when the events listed in FDC 9/5151 are active.
FDC 9/5151, issued under 14 CFR 99.7 on "Special Security Instructions," restricts flight over stadiums during major league baseball, National Football League, NCAA, and motor speedway events. The so-called “stadium TFR” prohibits all aircraft and parachute operations at or below 3,000 AGL within a 3 nm radius of any stadium with a seating capacity of 30,000 or more people when there is a major league baseball game, NFL game, NCAA division one football game, or major motor speedway event occurring. This TFR applies to the entire US domestic national airspace system, and takes effect from one hour before the scheduled event time until one hour after the event concludes.