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Super Bowl 2023: When, Where, and More

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Modern football originated in 12th century England, the game that youngsters and professional footballers now play today. However, “folk football” has been around since medieval times, with varying rules.
Only in the 12th century was this game altered to fit the ordinary person. 

Since then, various leagues and organizers have created events, playoffs, championships, etc., to name the top teams worldwide.

The National Football League (NFL) created the Super Bowl, an annual playoff game to determine the league champions. It’s considered the final game of every NFL season. 

This year’s Super Bowl is just right around the corner, and fans and bettors worldwide still have numerous questions. If you’re thinking of betting on either the Philadelphia Eagles or the Kansas City Chiefs, then you need to know the details of their match.

Continue learning to equip yourself with knowledge about the Super Bowl LVII.

When Is the Super Bowl LVII?

The Super Bowl LVII will start at 6:30 PM ET on February 12, 2023. Be sure to free up your weekends because this game will happen on a Sunday. If you’re free on Saturday, this gives you enough time to review Super Bowl lines and odds so you know what to bet on. There are also updated Super Bowl LVII odds today, so get your bankroll ready and your list of bets.

Where Is the Super Bowl LVII?

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The game will be played in Glendale, Arizona, at the State Farm Stadium. Every year the Super Bowl location rotates. The organizers want to prevent any home-field advantage from occurring and try to provide a neutral side for teams to play. 

As you may know, there truly is an advantage when a team is playing at their home field; even bookies take advantage of it. So NFL organizers try to choose a venue that enables both teams to have the same cards.

Who’s Performing at Halftime?

This artist is a 9-time Grammy winner known for her ‘work hard, plays harder’ mentality. She sold more than 200 million records worldwide and is one of the best-selling solo artists of all time. The artist performing at the Super Bowl VIII’s halftime is Rihanna, named one of TIME’s most influential people worldwide. 

She’s known for her hit songs: Love On The Brain, Umbrella, Stay, We Found Love, Love the Way You Lie, and many more. Her most recent song is Lift Me Up, a song used in Black Panther. She has numerous songs that would surely entertain and lift the spirits of players and fans in the State Farm Stadium. 

How Long Is the Super Bowl LVII?

The game against the two teams lasts about an hour, split into four 15-minute quarters. The entire event itself, on average, would take up to 3 hours and 12 minutes to complete. There’s also a halftime show that lasts for 20 to 30 minutes. 

Who’s Playing in the Super Bowl LVII?

In 2023, the first players that will play in the Super Bowl are the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs. Philadelphia Eagles are representing the National Football Conference (NFC), one of the two conferences of the NFL. The Eagles are favored to win in the Super Bowl, but only by a slim margin. This margin entails that it will be a close game, albeit the Eagles are expected to win the trophy. 

On the other hand, the Kansas City Chiefs represent the American Football Conference, the other team under the National Football League. This team is the first in the AFC West, and with Patrick Mahomes on their team, there’s no denying they’ll give the Philadelphia Eagles a hard time. 

You can tell these two teams apart by their respective color schemes. The Philadelphia Eagles wear black, green, and white uniforms. On the other hand, the Kansas City Chiefs wear uniforms in the colors gold, red, and white. 

Why Is Called the Super Bowl LVII?

The first Super Bowl was held on January 15, 1967, a merger of the AFL-NFL World Championship, later known as Super Bowl I. As you may have observed, the Super Bowl uses Roman numbers. This year’s Super Bowl is called as such because it’s the 57th Super Bowl in history, and 57 is LVII in numerals. 

The Super Bowl has used numerals since Super Bowl V (except the Super Bowl 50). It’s to clarify any confusion that may happen from fans, players, and organizers. 

Final Thoughts 

The Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs have their own solid set of fans. It’s why the Super Bowl LVII is an event that excites football fans worldwide.

Get your tools ready for this year’s anticipated match.

Set the date when this match is happening, and if you’re thinking of watching the game live and seeing the players and Rihanna in person, you’ll be happy to know that tickets are still on sale!

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