Attention, NFL fans! Super Bowl LVII is getting closer and closer and will feature the two best teams of the season.

On one side we have the American Conference (AFC) champion Kansas City Chiefs, who also had the most wins in the regular season in the AFC with a 14-3 record.

On the other side are the Philadelphia Eagles, who were the National Conference (NFC) champion team and the team with the most wins in the NFC regular season with the same record as the Chiefs.

It will be a duel to remember and will also see two of the best quarterbacks in the league face each other: Patrick Mahomes (27 years old, it will be his third appearance in the “super Sunday” and already 1 Super Bowl title) and Jalen Hurts (24 years old and will play his first Super Bowl).

When is the 2023 Super Bowl and in which stadium will it be played?

This year’s Super Bowl, which is the LVII edition in NFL history, will be played on Sunday, February 12.
It will be held at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, United States.
Kickoff is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. ET (4:30 p.m. Arizona time).

Where to buy tickets?

In its dedicated Super Bowl section, the NFL website notes that the league’s official hospitality partner is On Location, a company that “offers guaranteed access to premium tickets, exact seating locations and all-inclusive pre-game experiences within the security perimeter.”
When you go to the Super Bowl section of the NFL site, you will see a section that says “Buy Tickets” at the top, right next to the “Event Info” tab.
Click on “Buy Tickets” and the page will automatically redirect you to the On Location website where you can purchase official Super Bowl tickets.

Watching on TV or the Internet

According to the NFL, the 2023 Super Bowl will be broadcast in dozens of countries, including the top-rated countries:

  • United States: you can watch it on FOX or watch it for free on the NFL app.
  • Mexico: ESPN, Fox Sports, Televisa, TV Azteca and with NFL Game Pass online (for 20 Mexican pesos).

The Halftime Show

Pop star Rihanna will headline the Super Bowl LVII halftime show.

“Today, Apple Music, the NFL and Roc Nation announce that international icon, entrepreneur and philanthropist Rihanna will take center stage at State Farm Stadium for the Apple Music Super Bowl Halftime Show at Super Bowl LVII,” the league said in a statement last September.

In January, the singer and fashion mogul previewed on social media what will be her upcoming halftime show.

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