In 2023, the Super Bowl will be played in the desert for the fifth time. State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, is where Super Bowl LVII will be held. The game will start on February 12, 2023. The big game will be called by Fox, and Rhianna will sing at halftime.
It will be the first Super Bowl in Arizona since Super Bowl XLIX when the Patriots beat the Seahawks after falling behind. Seven years ago, Eli Manning and the Giants stopped the Patriots from having a perfect season by beating them 17-14 in the first Super Bowl ever played at State Farm Stadium.
How to watch the Super Bowl 2023
Date: Sunday, Feb. 12 | Time: 6:30 p.m. ET
TV: Fox | Stream: fuboTV
On January 28, 1996, it was the first time the Super Bowl was played in Arizona. The Cowboys and Steelers fought hard in the game, which took place at Sun Devil Stadium. The Steelers, who were double-digit underdogs, closed to within three points of the Cowboys late in the game. However, a costly interception gave the Cowboys their third Super Bowl win in four years.
If history repeats itself, the Cardinals will represent the NFC in next year’s Super Bowl, since the Rams and Buccaneers won the last two Super Bowls on their home turf. This season, the Cardinals made it to the playoffs, but in the wild card round, they lost to the Rams, who went on to win the championship.