Everything You Need To Know About Super Bowl 2023

Super Bowl 2023 features the Kansas City Chiefs versus the Philadelphia Eagles. The Chiefs are set to face the Eagles in the Super Bowl 57.

This will be the Chiefs' fifth appearance in the NFL championship game, their third in the last four years, and they have a 2-2 record.

The Eagles dominated the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC championship game by a score of 31-7, continuing their steady pace in the postseason after shutting out the New York Giants 38-7.

The National Conference representative was the Philadelphia Eagles, who defeated the San Francisco 49ers. For the Eagles, this would be the fourth Super Bowl in the club's history. The team lost the final game following the 1980 and 2004 seasons, and Lombardi won its first trophy following the 2017 season.

The American Conference will be represented by the Kansas City Chiefs, who defeated the Cincinnati Bengals. This is the third Super Bowl for the Chiefs in the last four seasons. They had previously won the Super Bowl following the 2019 season, exactly 50 years after their first Lombardi Trophy, won following the 1969 season.

Super Bowl 2023

Whereʼs the Super Bowl 2023 taking place?

The Super Bowl 2023 returns to Phoenix suburb of Glendale, with the State Farm Stadium already having hosted NFLʼs Championship game twice in 2008 and 2015. But with the Arizona Cardinals having failed to reach the playoffs there is no chance of a team playing a Super Bowl in their own Stadium as happened with the previous two Super Bowl Winners ( Buccaneers and Rams).

Who is Performing the Super Bowl 2023 Halftime Show?

Super Bowl 57ʼs Halftime entertainment marks the long awaited return of Rihanna who is set to make her first live performance in more than five years. Rihanna turned down the Halftime slot in 2019 to support former 49ers QB Colin Kaepernickʼs decision to take a knee.

What time will the Super Bowl 2023 start?

The Super Bowl LVII will take place on the night of February 12. The game begins at 6:30 P.M. ET.

Kick-off for UK fans on Sunday 12 February is 23:30 GMT. The Half-time Show will start at about 01:00 and the match is expected to finish at About 03:00.

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