The Super Bowl is always one of the most highly anticipated events in the world of sports. Every year, millions of people come together to watch the biggest game of the year, featuring the best teams in the NFL.
Fans across the country are eagerly attempting to get their hands on tickets, as others are stocking up on snacks and drinks as they gear up to host friends and family for Super Bowl parties. Others are counting down the days until the game’s arrival for entirely different reasons as they look forward to seeing Rihanna take to the field in the Half Time Show or the many commercials that will be coming their way.
This year, the two teams competing for the Super Bowl championship this year are the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs. Both teams have had impressive seasons and it is sure to be an exciting match-up. The Eagles dominated the NFC, while the Chiefs had a strong showing in the AFC.
As the Super Bowl approaches, fans are buzzing with excitement. Whether you’re a fan of football, commercials, or just good old-fashioned fun, the Super Bowl is a truly unique event that is not to be missed but when exactly is the big game taking place?
Is the Super Bowl tomorrow? (February 5)
The wait for the Super Bowl will continue for yet another week as the NFL’s biggest game of the year is not coming your way on Sunday, Feb. 5. However, you can still enjoy a major NFL game on Sunday! This Sunday, the biggest names from the AFC and NFC come together to face off in this year’s Pro Bowl which will air Sunday afternoon on ABC.
When is Super Bowl Sunday (2023)
This year’s Super Bowl will air on Sunday, Feb. 12 on FOX. The game will see the Philadelphia Eagles taking on the Kansas City Chiefs in what promises to be an incredible day for football fans. The game might not begin until the late afternoon, but FOX will be bringing fans a day full of coverage leading up to the big game.