Sunday has arrived which means it’s time for another round of NFL playoff games, and this week’s lineup is sure to be an exciting one!
Today, the San Francisco 49ers head to Philadelphia to face off against the Eagles in what promises to be an amazing matchup between two incredible teams. It’ll be the battle of the No. 1 and No. 2 seeds with both teams hoping to make their way back to the Super Bowl and bring a championship home to their city.
Today’s game promises to be a can’t-miss game for both casual and die-hard football fans with many getting together with family and friends to enjoy the game. No matter whether you’re hosting a watch party or heading out to one, you might be curious to know just how long you should plan on having company or being out. The answer? Well, let’s just say you’re going to want to pencil in a few hours!
How long is the NFC Championship?
The NFC Championship Game is one of the most highly anticipated events in the NFL calendar, as it determines which team will represent the National Football Conference in the Super Bowl. The game typically lasts for approximately four hours, including pre-game and halftime festivities.
The actual game itself typically lasts around three hours, with a halftime break of around 20 minutes. The game is divided into four quarters, each lasting 15 minutes, with a 12-minute break between the second and third quarters. In the event of a tie, the game may go into overtime, which can add an additional 15 minutes to the overall length of the game.
The NFC Championship Game is known for its high stakes and intense competition, as teams fight for the chance to compete for the ultimate prize in professional football. The game is watched by millions of fans around the world, making it one of the most watched and eagerly anticipated events in sports.