Here's How You Can Watch This Year's Super Bowl
The 57th annual Super Bowl game takes place on February 12, to be played between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs. The Eagles have one Super Bowl win to their name, although they have appeared a total of four times. The Chiefs, meanwhile, have played on four occasions and won three. This year's championship game also marks the first time in NFL history that two siblings will play on opposite teams; the showdown between Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce and his older brother, Eagles center Jason Kelce, is being called the Kelce Bowl.
The Super Bowl LVII is easily the most-watched event in the NFL calendar: the 2022 showdown between the Los Angeles Rams and the Cincinnati Bengals was viewed by over 99 million people in the United States. The highest viewing figures for the game were recorded in 2015, with 114.4 million.
When and where is the Super Bowl LVII?
The 2023 Super Bowl will take place on Sunday, February 12, at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Eastern Time. State Farm Stadium is usually the home playing field of the Arizona Cardinals, but for the purposes of the Super Bowl game, the designated home team will be the Philadelphia Eagles.
How to watch the Super Bowl 2023 with and without cable
The February 12 game (along with the now-iconic half-time show and advertising spots) will be broadcast on the Fox network, starting from 6:30 p.m. Eastern Time. Alternatively, you can watch an online live-stream of the game on the FuboTV sports streaming service.
Who is singing the National Anthem at the Super Bowl?
Country music star Chris Stapleton will sing the National Anthem prior to the start of the game on Sunday night. This will be followed by a rendition of 'America the Beautiful' by Babyface, and the pre-game lineup will be rounded out by Abbott Elementary star Sheryl Lee Ralph performing 'Lift Every Voice and Sing.'
Who is performing in the Super Bowl 2023 halftime show?
The half-time entertainment has become as hotly anticipated a part of the live broadcast as the football game itself, with millions tuning in to see acts like Beyoncé, Jennifer Lopez and Madonna perform. This year, Rihanna will headline the half-time show, and many fans have predicted that she will use this high-profile performance to debut new music in addition to popular hits like 'Umbrella' and 'SOS'.
While it has been over six years since her last studio album (2016's Anti), the Bajan artist has been teasing new material for some time, and recently released a new single, 'Lift Me Up', as part of the Black Panther: Wakanda Forever soundtrack. At present, only Rihanna has been confirmed for the half-time performance, although it is likely that the concert will also include other musical guests.
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