Super Bowl LVII is the pinnacle of the 2022-23 NFL season, with the winner getting the chance to claim the coveted Vince Lombardi Trophy.
This year’s edition will be played at State Farm Stadium (formerly the University of Phoenix Stadium), the current home of the Arizona Cardinals
When is the Super Bowl?
The Super Bowl is on Sunday, February 12, 2023.
Where’s the Super Bowl?
This year’s Super Bowl will be played at State Farm Stadium in Phoenix, Arizona. It will be the stadium’s third time hosting the Super Bowl, having hosted the game in both 2008 and 2015.
What does the Super Bowl start with?
Due to the Super Bowl being played in Arizona, kick-off time in the UK is slightly earlier than usual.
In the UK, the Super Bowl starts at 23:30 GMT. In the US, play starts at 6:30 PM EST on the East Coast and 5:30 PM on the West Coast.
How to watch the Super Bowl
The Super Bowl will be broadcast live on both Sky Sports and ITV in the UK.
NFL highlights air every week in the UK on ITV. The NFL Show is hosted by Laura Woods and also features former NFL stars Jason Bell and Osi Umenyiora.
The show airs weekly on ITV and is available on demand on ITVX.
Which teams can be in the Super Bowl?
Eight teams remain in contention to make it to the Super Bowl after the regular season and the first round of the playoffs.
The teams still in the mix are:
- San Francisco 49ers
- Dallas cowboys
- New York giants
- Philadelphia Eagles
- Kansas City heads
- Jaguars from Jacksonville
- Buffalo Bills
- Bengal from Cincinnati
Our Super Bowl prediction
Check back here on Monday, February 6 for a Super Bowl prediction once the final game has been decided.
- Kansas City heads 3/1
- Buffalo Bills 10/3
- San Francisco 49ers 9/2
- Philadelphia Eagles 5/1
- Bengal from Cincinnati 8/1
- Dallas cowboys 9/1
- New York giants 28/1
- Jaguars from Jacksonville 33/1
The odds are correct as of January 20