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2023 Super Bowl LVII - Philadelphia Eagles vs Kansas City Chiefs

Tags: American Football, Arizona, NFL, Super Bowl, USA.
Posted on 10 February 2023 by "T".

The 2023 Super Bowl or Super Bowl LVII will be held this Sunday, February 12 in Glendale, Arizona.

Super Bowl LVII

  • Teams: Philadelphia Eagles vs Kansas City Chiefs
  • When: February 12, 2022 (Sunday)
  • Where: State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona

Who are the teams playing in the Super Bowl this year?
The Philadelphia Eagles will be facing off against the Kansas City Chiefs for Super Bowl 57.

NFC Championship Game: San Francisco 49ers vs Philadelphia Eagles
Final Score: 49ers 7, Eagles 31

AFC Championship Game: Cincinnati Bengals vs Kansas City Chiefs
Final Score: Bengals 20, Chiefs 23

Interesting Trivia about the Super Bowl LVII
The Super Bowl is returning to one of its most frequently used host sites. The 57th edition of the big game will take place at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.

The stadium has already hosted Super Bowls 42 and 49, which both featured the Patriots. In Super Bowl 42, the Giants ended New England's streak for a perfect season. In Super Bowl 49, Russell Wilson's goal-line interception by cornerback Malcolm Butler sealed Tom Brady's fourth ring.

Win or lose, players on both teams at the Super Bowl get paid. Each player on the winning team will earn $157,000 (up from $150,000 last year), while players on the losing team will earn $82,000 (up from $75,000 last year).

National Anthem and Halftime Show
Country singer Chris Stapleton will sing the national anthem at the Super Bowl LVII. Actor Sheryl Lee Ralph will perform "Lift Every Voice and Sing," and Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds will sing "America the Beautiful."

Apple Music is the new naming rights sponsor of the Super Bowl halftime show, replacing Pepsi which had sponsored the halftime show since 2013.

The 2023 Super Bowl halftime show will be headlined by Rihanna, a nine-time Grammy Award winner and the wealthiest female musician in the world, with an estimated net worth of $1.4B. The 34-year-old shared a photo of her hand holding an NFL-branded football on her social media page, with the caption "Let's GO".

Where to Watch Super Bowl LVII
FOX will broadcast Super Bowl 57.

Fans can live stream via the Fox Sports App.

The NFL's three network broadcast partners Fox, CBS and NBC will televise the Super Bowl events on a three-year rotation. Super Bowl 57 marks the last game to be broadcast under the current NFL television contract.

This will be the first Super Bowl assignment for Fox's new broadcast team of Greg Olsen and Kevin Bukrhardt, who will be replacing Joe Buck and Troy Aikman after they departed for ESPN and Monday Night Football. The sideline reporters will be Erin Andrews and Tom Rinaldi, while the rules analyst will be Mike Pereira.

Tom Brady signed a deal with Fox to serve as its lead analyst after his retirement, with reports that the network planned to include him in its Super Bowl coverage in case the Tampa Bay Buccaneers do not advance to the game.

Who do you think will win the 2023 Super Bowl LVII?
You can place your bets through our partner sportsbooks.


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5 comments on "2023 Super Bowl LVII - Philadelphia Eagles vs Kansas City Chiefs"

 dule-vu10/02/2023 15:31:24 GMT
So in two day we will have super bowl, big final and biggest tv event in america! We all know that half of country watch this event, how expensive is every second on tv in breaks and thats why they love this final, beside sports side! We will see which team will have more luck!
 DINOSDAD11/02/2023 04:18:04 GMT
And the game will be disappointing entertainment will be poor but billions will be made by corporate giants
 CALICUL11/02/2023 05:55:40 GMT
that's how it is in America and we can't complain about the money invested in these Super Bowls. I don't like this sport and to be honest, i have no reason to be interested. Others are very interested and everyone has their hobbies.
 tomex1111/02/2023 11:35:21 GMT
I don't like this sport either, I don't know what Americans get excited about... unfortunately, there are times when everything is ruled by money... when there is a large viewership, it is known that they will earn a lot of money for advertising in the USA there are a lot of people and probably a lot of people It will be betting too high...
 CALICUL11/02/2023 11:39:45 GMT
I think it's the favorite sport of the Americans, because they didn't evolve with European football and didn't have great appeal like the rest of the world. In recent years, normal football has also evolved for them, because they always brought European players at the end of their career or younger and paid them well.

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