A cheerleader-less Super Bowl is unheard of.

But it looks like that might just happen this year.

The Green Bay Packers and the Pittsburgh Steelers are two of just six teams in the NFL who don’t have professional cheering squads. Barring a last-minute squad organization by either franchise it looks like there won’t be any cheerleaders on the sidelines for cameramen to pan across before commercial breaks during Super Bowl XLV.

It’s a Super Bowl first, according to Yahoo Sports.