The sports world witnesses numerous tournaments and championships every year that attracts millions of fans. The Super Bowl is sure to be one of them, mainly because of how passionate fans are about the NFL. The prestigious trophy has been sought after by many legends over the years, including Tom Brady, who announced his retirement earlier this year. Although the 7x champ is not playing this year, fans are still quite excited to see the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles face off.
The Chiefs beat the Jacksonville Jaguars in the Divisional Round before facing the Cincinnati Bengals in the Conference Championship. Patrick Mahomes put up 2 touchdowns on both occasions to lead the Chiefs to the Super Bowl this year. The Philadelphia Eagles, on the other hand, got past the New York Giants and the San Francisco 49ers with ease.
The Eagles will be aiming to do the same against the Chiefs soon. With that said, let’s take a look at the details about where and how fans can watch the most-awaited Super Bowl LVII very soon.
How can US fans watch the Super Bowl LVII?
The Chiefs will be playing against the Eagles on February 12, 2023, at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. According to the NFL, the arena’s gates will open at 12.30 PM MST (2.30 PM ET). Those who were not able to purchase the game tickets can still enjoy the game at home. Kickoff is at 4.30 PM MST (6.30 PM ET).
Fans will be able to watch the game from Fox TV channels if they have cable. The renowned broadcaster provides an experience with commentaries in multiple languages. For the ones that do not have cable, they will be able to stream the game from FuboTV in the US. Hulu, DirecTV, and SlingTV could also be other options as well.
The game is not the only event of the day that football lovers have been waiting for. The pop icon Rihanna will perform at halftime and will make a comeback to the stage. The last time Rihanna performed was at the 2018 Grammys and it has been a while since she was active in the music industry as well. She announced the news to the world back in September 2022, and even sent the internet into a meltdown. The Caribbean Queen’s comeback to the stage will also attract millions of people to the Super Bowl, as two teams are set out to battle for one of the most prestigious trophies in the world.