Where And When Is The Super Bowl In 2023?
Out of the four major American professional sports, the Super Bowl is the only final that’s played at a neutral site. In other words, neither team has a “home-field advantage.” Let's find out where the Super Bowl will be in 2023.
- Name: Super Bowl LVII
- Location: Glendale, Arizona
- Venue: State Farm Stadium
- Date: February 12, 2023
- Time: 6:30 P.M. EST (4:30 P.M. MST)
Where Is the Super Bowl in 2023?
The 2023 Super Bowl will be played in Glendale, Arizona, at State Farm Stadium, the home of the Arizona Cardinals. Arizona has hosted three Super Bowls, with its first being Super Bowl XXX in 1996, between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Dallas Cowboys. The next Super Bowl hosted in Arizona was Super Bowl XLII in 2008 between the New England Patriots and New York Giants. Finally, the Seattle Seahawks faced off against the Patriots in Super Bowl XLIX in 2015.
What Day Is the Super Bowl in 2023?
For 2023, the exact date of Super Bowl LVII is February 12. Since the NFL added an extra week to the regular season in 2021, the Super Bowl is now played on the second Sunday in February. The representative teams playing in the game will be determined during the AFC and NFC Championships on January 29.
What Time Is the Super Bowl in 2023?
In 2023, Super Bowl kickoff is slated for 6:30 P.M. EST or 4:30 P.M. local time. The Super Bowl kickoff time has changed over the years, but the game has kicked off after 6:00 P.M. EST every year since 1992. The earliest kickoff time was 2:00 P.M. EST in 1971 in Miami between the Baltimore Colts and the Dallas Cowboys. The latest start time was 6:40 P.M. EST in 2002 in New Orleans between the New England Patriots and the St. Louis Rams.
When is Super Bowl LVII?
Super Bowl LVII in 2023 will kick off on February 12th at 6:30 P.M. EST. Each representing team will get exactly two weeks to prepare for the game following the conference championship games.
Where is the Super Bowl in 2023?
The 2023 Super Bowl will be played in Glendale, Arizona, at State Farm Stadium. Arizona has hosted three Super Bowls prior to this year.