What time is the Super Bowl?
Here is when Super Bowl 57 will be kicking off at State Farm Stadium on Feb. 12.
Super Bowl 57 will be taking place at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona on Sunday, Feb. 12.
For the third year in a row, an NFC franchise will be hosting the NFL‘s biggest game of the season. However, for the first time since 2019, the home team will not be playing for the Lombardi Trophy inside of its own stadium, as the Arizona Cardinals were putrid last year. For now, four teams are still alive for it: Cincinnati Bengals, Kansas City Chiefs, Philadelphia Eagles, San Francisco 49ers.
Now that we know where it is, and who could be playing for it, when does the Super Bowl start?
Super Bowl 57: What time does the Super Bowl start?
Kickoff from State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona will be at 6:30 p.m. ET, 4:30 p.m. MT on Sunday, Feb 12. Either the Bengals or the Chiefs will take on either the Eagles or the 49ers for the NFL’s ultimate prize. While Cincinnati played for it last season, the Bengals are the only franchise remaining who has never won it before. Cincinnati fell to 0-3 all time after losing to the L.A. Rams.
FOX will have the telecast of this one-of-a-kind sporting event. That means Greg Olsen will be in the broadcasting booth with Kevin Burkhardt, and not Tom Brady. Together, this broadcasting tandem has flourished, while other television partners have had issues with some of their booths. Since there are no guarantees Olsen will ever call a Super Bowl again, he will make the most of it.
Ultimately, we rarely see a final four this compelling. One could certainly make a case for all four conference finalists to win the whole thing. A win in The Valley would be the Chiefs’ third Lombardi and first since 2019, the Eagles’ second ever and first since 2017, the 49ers’ sixth ever and first since 1994 and the first ever in Bengals franchise history. So who is it going to be in three weeks?
Be sure to tune into FOX at 6:30 p.m. ET, 4;30 p.m. MT to not miss a second of the NFL’s big game.