Are you ready for Super Bowl LVII? Do you have everything you need for the biggest game of the year? As of this writing, we don’t know who’s going to play in it (however, we have narrowed it down to four different teams). But, we do know where it’s going to be, when, and that the stakes are going to be as high as ever. Of course, right here, you’ll be able to bet on Super Bowl 57, just as you could bet on the Super Bowl last year and the year after this, too.
Where is Super Bowl 57?
Super Bowl 57 will be in lovely downtown Glendale, AZ. There, at the home of the Arizona Cardinals, the league’s next champion will be decided. Currently, the stadium is called “State Farm Stadium” (you may have known it by previous names, such as University of Phoenix Stadium. Indeed, that’s the name it had the last time it hosted a Super Bowl, Super Bowl XLIX in 2015.)
The kickoff will be at 4:30 local time on February 12, 2023. As Glendale, AZ is in Mountain Standard Time, adjust your plans accordingly. So, it’ll be 6:30 PM on the East Coast and 3:30 on the West Coast. No matter what, as it’s a domed stadium, it will be a wonderful environment for some football.
Who Still Has a Shot to Play in the SuperBowl?
For starters, it will be a new champion. The reigning champion, the Los Angeles Rams, did not qualify for postseason play this year and are thus eliminated.
“Championship Sunday” is just a few days away as of this writing. In those games, the AFC Championship will consist of the Cincinnati Bengals playing the Kansas City Chiefs in Kansas City. On the NFC side, the champion will be either the traveling San Francisco 49ers or the hosting Philadelphia Eagles.
The Eagles and the Chiefs both had the best regular season records in their respective conferences, thus they have home field in these games. The Eagles beat the New York Giants last week and the Chiefs defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars.
The Niners beat the Dallas Cowboys at home while the Bengals beat the Buffalo Bills on the road. One of these four teams will be the NFL champion at the end of Super Bowl LVII.
Where Can I Watch the Super Bowl?
In America, you can watch the game on the Fox network. There is a three-year rotation between CBS, NBC, and Fox to broadcast the Super Bowl. This year, it’s Fox’s turn. By that same token, this is the first year that there will be a new broadcast team calling the game. Fox’s new head team of Kevin Burkhardt and Greg Olson have received the honor of calling the game. Olson was seen by many as someone who would be a “stopgap” until Tom Brady retired and took over, but Olson has been well-received in the job.
Where to Bet on the Super Bowl?
Right here. You can bet on the Super Bowl right at our site. You’ll be able to bet on the game, as well as all of the prop bets. We even make our prop bets, often incorporating other sports that are going on that day (the NBA, NHL, and the like).
At our site, you’ll be able to bet on the money line, the odds, the over/under, and so much more. Plus, you’ll be able to bet “in game,” too. That way, you’ll always be able to get some of the Super Bowl action. Good luck to you in the Super Bowl this year!