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NFL Conference Finals: Dates, venues and broadcast channels

The Super Bowl LVII finalists will be known on January 29 when the NFL Conference final games take place. The Super Bowl will be on February 12.
There are only 4 teams left with opportunities to reach Super Bowl LVII, which will be next February 12 at State Farm Stadium in Arizona. The four teams are the Cincinnati Bengals, Kansas City Chiefs, Philadelphia Eagles, and San Francisco 49ers.

The Cincinnati Bengals defeated the Buffalo Bills 10-27 this Sunday in the divisional round and will seek to reissue their American Conference (AFC) title against the Kansas City Chiefs.
The AFC final will be played next Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium, owned by the Chiefs, the team that finished the 2022 regular season as the best in the Conference.

The Kansas City Chiefs flew this Saturday to the NFL American Conference (AFC) final for the fifth consecutive year, after beating the Jacksonville Jaguars 27-20.
The Chiefs and Bengals will meet for the second straight season in the title matchup. Last year Cincinnati prevailed 27-24.

Cincinnati Bengals vs. Kansas City Chiefs

Sunday, January 29 – 3:30 pm (Los Angeles time) – Arrowhead Stadium
Transmission: ESPN and TUDN (In Mexico channel 5)
The Philadelphia Eagles beat the New York Giants 38-7 this Saturday and advanced to the game for the title of the National Conference (NFC) in the NFL playoffs.

Jalen Hurts, quarterback for the Eagles, stood out with three touchdowns, two passing and one rushing; he passed for 154 yards.

The San Francisco 49ers defeated the Dallas Cowboys 19-12 on Sunday in the NFL divisional round and advanced to the matchup for the National Conference (NFC) title in which they will collide with the Philadelphia Eagles.

In the NFC final next Sunday the 49ers will visit the Eagles, the best team in the Conference. San Francisco will play the title game for the third time in the last four years; last season he lost it to the Los Angeles Rams.

Sunday, January 29 – 12:00 pm (Los Angeles time) – Lincoln Financial Field

Transmission: ESPN and TUDN (Mexico Channel 5)

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