The most thrilling NFL game of the year is two weeks away. The Super Bowl is consistently the most viewed television show in the US, and for good reason. The pregame and halftime shows are epic moments in pop culture in addition to the matchups, which are frequently excellent.
The Super Bowl champion in each of the previous two campaigns played in its home stadium: the Los Angeles Rams triumphed at SoFi Stadium in 2021 and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium in 2020. The Cardinals did not even enter the playoffs this year, and Super Bowl LVII will be played in State Farm Arena in Glendale, Arizona, ending that run.
The top-seeded Philadelphia Eagles of the NFC take on the top-seeded Kansas City Chiefs of the AFC in this year’s championship game.
What you need to know about Super Bowl LVII is as follows:
How to watch the LVIIth Super Bowl
Date: February 12, 2023, at 6:30 p.m. ET
State Farm Arena is the location (Glendale, Arizona)
Fox on TV; fuboTV for streaming (try for free)
Check out the CBS Sports App.
The starting line is a pick’em, and the Over/Under is 49.5 points, according Caesars Sportsbook.
We are aware of the Eagles’ matchup with the Chiefs as well as the performers. Rihanna will perform during the halftime show, Chris Stapleton will sing the national anthem, Babyface will sing “America the Beautiful,” and Sheryl Lee will sing “Lift Every Voice and Sing.”
The national anthem will be performed in American Sign Language (ASL) by Troy Kotsur, “America the Beautiful” will be signed by Colin Denny, “Lift Every Voice and Sing” will be signed by deaf singer Justina Miles, and the halftime show will also be performed in ASL.