In 2023, the NFL will bring its championship game back to the area around Phoenix.
Some details about Super Bowl LVII are known, like when and where it will take place and who will perform during the halftime show. However, there are still some things that aren’t known.
We won’t really know which teams will play each other in the 2023 Super Bowl, which will be shown on Fox, until January. The two teams that win the NFL conference championships on January 29, 2023, one from the National Football Conference and one from the American Football Conference, will move on to the Super Bowl.
Until then, here’s what we do know about Super Bowl LVII, including the date, location, price of tickets, musical acts, and odds for each NFL team.
When is Super Bowl 2023?
The Super Bowl LVII will kick off at 4:30 p.m. Mountain Standard Time (3:30 p.m. Pacific Time, 6:30 p.m. Eastern Time) on Sunday, Feb. 12, 2023.
Where is Super Bowl 2023?
State Farm Stadium in Glendale will host the 2023 Super Bowl between two NFL teams.
A 17-mile drive from downtown Phoenix takes you to the stadium.
Super Bowl 2023 ticket prices
On Location has official, guaranteed Super Bowl tickets from the NFL. These tickets are part of packages that include things like open bars, tailgate food, and parties before the game.
The cheapest ticket packages start at $4,887.50 per person, while the most expensive ones start at $7,225 per person. On the site, you can also ask for a price on other luxury ticket packages.
There are also resale sites like Vivid Seats and Seat Geek where you can buy tickets.
Before fees, the least expensive tickets on Vivid Seats in the upper level were going for $4,938 as of a few weeks ago. Most recently, the most expensive ones on the site were for sale for more than $40,000.
Seat Geek recently had tickets for sale that ranged from $5,267 to $31,200 without fees.
Who is doing the 2023 halftime show?
The Apple Music Super Bowl Halftime Show will be led by Rihanna. The NFL called her a “international icon, entrepreneur, and philanthropist” in a press release.
The singer turned down the NFL’s offer in 2019 because she stood with Colin Kaepernick, the former quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, and his role in protests for social justice.
Who’s performing at Super Bowl 2023?
The NFL hasn’t said who else might sing during the halftime show with Rihanna. As for the ceremonies before the game, we don’t know who will sing the national anthem or what other acts will be there.
In February 2022, Mikey Guyton sang the national anthem at Super Bowl LVI. Jhené Aiko and gospel duo Mary Mary, who were accompanied by the Youth Orchestra Los Angeles, sang before him.
During player warmups before the game, Zedd was the official DJ.
What is the purpose of using Roman numerals in the Super Bowl?
In everyday language, Super Bowl LVII is called Super Bowl 57.
The Super Bowl XL notes, quotes, and anecdotes book from 2006 says, “The Roman numerals were used to avoid confusion because the Super Bowl, which is the NFL Championship Game, is played in the year after a season is recorded in order.”
Super Bowl 2023 predictions
Who will win the Super Bowl at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, in February?
In September, writers for the Arizona Republic tried to figure out who would play and who would win the game.
Bob McManaman, who works for the Cardinals, said that the Buffalo Bills would beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers if they played.
Kent Somers, a sports columnist, said that the game would be between the Rams and the Bills, with the Bills coming out on top.
Jose Romero, who works for the Cardinals, also picked the Bills and the Rams to go to the Super Bowl in Arizona, and he also picked the Bills to win the game.
Super Bowl 2023 odds
Who is now the favourite to win the Super Bowl?
At +450, the Buffalo Bills were the favourite at Tipico Sportsbook going into Week 4 of NFL games.
After the Kansas City Chiefs, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Green Bay Packers, and Philadelphia Eagles were all at +900.
The odds for the Rams were +1200, and the odds for the Ravens were +1300.
At +1800, the Arizona Cardinals, the New Orleans Saints, and the Jacksonville Jaguars were all tied for 18th place.
Last year, who won the Super Bowl?
Last season, the Super Bowl was held at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles. The Rams beat the Bengals 23-20.
The Bengals beat the Raiders of Las Vegas, the Titans of Tennessee, and the Chiefs of Kansas City to get to the AFC Championship Game as the No. 4 seed.
The Rams beat the Arizona Cardinals, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and the San Francisco 49ers to get to the game, which was held at their home stadium.
It was the second year in a row that the Super Bowl was won at the home stadium of one of the teams.
In 2021, the Buccaneers won the Super Bowl by beating the Kansas City Chiefs 31–9 at their home stadium, Raymond James Stadium.
No other NFL team has ever hosted a Super Bowl game.
When was the last time Arizona hosted a Super Bowl?
Arizona has hosted three previous Super Bowls.
On Jan. 28, 1996, the Dallas Cowboys beat the Pittsburgh Steelers at Sun Devil Stadium, 27-17.
On Feb. 3, 2008, the Cardinals’ Stadium in Glendale (then called University of Phoenix Stadium) hosted the game for the first time, a 17-14 win for the New York Giants over the New England Patriots.
The game returned Arizona for its second game at the Cardinals stadium in 2015, a 28-24 Patriots win over the Seattle Seahawks.
The 2023 Super Bowl, scheduled for Feb. 12, 2023, will be the fourth in Arizona and the third at the Cardinals’ stadium, which is now State Farm Stadium.
The best way to watch Super Bowl 2023 on TV
The 2023 Super Bowl will be shown in English on Fox and in Spanish on Fox Deportes.
It’s supposed to begin at 4:30 p.m. MST.
Kevin Burkhardt (play-by-play) and Greg Olsen (analyst), who are the best NFL announcers on Fox, are set to call the game.
It will be the first time that the two of them call a Super Bowl.
Burkhardt used to be the network’s No. 2 announcer, but when Joe Buck went to ESPN for Monday Night Football, he became the No. 1 announcer.
Buck had been the voice of Fox during six Super Bowls.