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Everything You Need To Know About Super Bowl 57

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Super Bowl LVII, the 57th Super Bowl, is right around the corner and you don’t want to be the only person who doesn’t know what’s going on!

It’s a big deal, after all, pitting the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs together for the first time in Super Bowl history.

To add to the stakes, both teams fully deserve their spot at the final championship game after an impressive regular season.

So find out everything you need to know about Superbowl 57 below. And of course, don’t forget to also check out the latest Super Bowl 57 odds before game day to add an extra bit of excitement to gameday.

Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl LII Victory Parade
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What Is The Super Bowl?

The Super Bowl is an annual championship game in the NFL (National Football League), which puts the winners of the ACL (American Conference League) and NCL (National Conference League) together for one final game to end the season.

It’s held in a different city each year, often hosted at America’s biggest and best football stadiums. The winner of the Super Bowl gets the Vince Lombardi Trophy, as well as the title of NFL Champion.

Who’s Playing At Super Bowl 57?

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© Office of Missouri Governor

Super Bowl 57 will be played by the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles. Both teams topped their conference leagues in the 2022-2023 NFL season, and are going head-to-head in the final for the first time in history.

Philadelphia Eagles odds put the Eagles as current favourites at the sportsbooks after a stunning season led by star QB Jalen Hurts – but, of course, it still all depends on who wants to lift the Vince Lombardi Trophy more on game day.

When Is Super Bowl 57?

Super Bowl 57 will take place on Sunday, February 12, 2022, at 6:30 p.m. Eastern Time and 4:30 p.m. local time. That’s the kick-off time (not the start of TV coverage and pre-game talks), so make sure you’re ready!

The full game will last around four hours, comprising two 30-minute halves (broken down into four 15-minute quarters) and a halftime break that typically lasts just under fifteen minutes.

Where Is Super Bowl 57 Being Hosted?

Super Bowl 57 is going to be held at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, United States – the home of the Arizona Cardinals, who, like the Kansas City Chiefs, play in the National Conference League.

Super Bowl 57 will mark the third Super Bowl played at State Farm Stadium, after being hosted in 2008 (Super Bowl XLII) and 2015 (Super Bowl XLIX). State Farm Stadium boasts a maximum capacity of 63,400.

Who Is Performing At Super Bowl 57?

Like every Super Bowl event, there will be a big halftime show. Nine-time Grammy Award winner Rihanna will perform this year at Super Bowl 57, and the performance is set to last around 13 minutes.

Like the Eagles and Chiefs going head-to-head in the final for the first time ever, Super Bowl 57 also marks the first-ever Super Bowl halftime appearance for Rihanna, who is yet to perform at a Super Bowl event despite her mainstream success.

How Much Are Super Bowl 57 Tickets?

The Super Bowl isn’t cheap to attend, with tickets that get costlier the closer it gets to game day. Currently, secondary ticket prices for Super Bowl 57 sit at the $4,000–$5000 mark, with prices ranging up to $125,000.

It all depends on the seat and package, however. Usually, Super Bowl tickets (when bought early) are around $1,000 each, or just over.

Where Can I Watch Super Bowl 57?

FOX will broadcast Super Bowl 57 live on Sunday, February 12, 2022, at 6:30 p.m. Eastern Time and 4:30 p.m. local time. This is a free over-the-air station in most of the United States. 

If you haven’t got a TV, though, Super Bowl 57 can also be live-streamed on a laptop, tablet, or smartphone via the FoxSports website and Fox Sports app.

Other streaming services, including YouTube TV, Hulu Plus Live TV, and fuboTV, will also stream Super Bowl 57 live via Fox. Super Bowl fans looking to stream on these platforms will need to pay for a subscription, however.

How Many Times Have The Chiefs And Eagles Won The Super Bowl?

Looking to bet on the winner? The Kansas City Chiefs have won the Super Bowl twice in 1969 (Super Bowl 3) and 2019 (Super Bowl 54). This is one more than the Philadelphia Eagles, who have won the Super Bowl once in 2017 (Super Bowl 52).

Despite that, both teams have had a strong 2022-2023 season with stats that put them both on equal footing. Only time will tell who lifts the trophy, so make sure to be in front of your TV or, if you’re lucky enough to have tickets, at The State Farm Stadium on February 12.

That wraps up everything you need to know about Super Bowl 57. No matter where you are or whether you’re into the NFL or not, make sure to watch it live as it’s all set to be one of the biggest Super Bowls yet!