Super Bowl LVII: Teams, Location, Stadium, Time, Streaming, Halftime Show, And All You Need To Know About Super Bowl 2023. American football championship game Super Bowl LVII will be played between National Football Conference (NFC) champion Philadelphia Eagles and American Football Conference (AFC) champion Kansan City Chiefs on February 12 from 4.30 PM (IST) at State farm stadium, Glendale, Arizona. The stadium capacity is 63,400 but it can be expanded to 73,000 viewers.
The highly anticipated event is known for its entertainment, excitement, and celebrity culture. The 57th season of the Super Bowl will be telecast by FOX.
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Here is all you need to know about the Super Bowl 2023
1. At What time Super Bowl 2023 will start?
The official time is 6.30 PM (Feb 12). The pregame program starts at 1. PM
2.Who is playing in the Super Bowl 2023?
The Kansas City Chiefs (playing in their 3rd Super Bowl in 4 seasons) and The Philadelphia Eagles
3.Where is the venue of the Super Bowl?
State Farm Stadium Glendale, Arizona
4.Halftime show performer of the Super Bowl LVII?
The Barbadian singer Rihanna
5.Who will sing the national anthem at Super Bowl LVII?
Eight-time Grammy award winner county music superstar Chris Stapleton
6.Where the Super Bowl 2023 will be broadcast?
Live streaming is available on the Fox sports app, website, and Fubo
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7.What are ticket prices for the Super Bowl 2023?
The cheapest ticket prices (Vivid seats) are – $3200
8.Referee of the Super Bowl 2023?
9.Head coach of the teams
Andy Reid (Kansas City Chiefs), Nick Sirianni ( Philadelphia Eagles)