The Super Bowl is the championship game of the National Football League (NFL), the highest level of professional American football in the United States. It is typically held annually on the first Sunday in February and is considered one of the biggest sporting events in the world.
The Super Bowl attracts a huge audience, both in person and on television, and is known for its high-stakes, high-energy gameplay, celebrity appearances, and high-profile halftime show. It is also a major cultural event, with parties, commercials, and other festivities surrounding the game. The Super Bowl is considered the culmination of the NFL season and is often referred to simply as “the big game.”
The 2022 NFL season will come to a climax on Sunday evening, with a prime-time showdown between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs. These two teams are perfectly matched, making this game a highly anticipated event.
Both teams have secured their position as top seeds in their conferences and boast impressive records of 16-3. Additionally, both teams have scored 546 points so far and have six All-Pros each, including a Kelce brother on each roster.
Here’s a comprehensive guide to everything you need to know before this eagerly awaited game.
How to Watch
If you are in the United States, the action kicks off on your local Fox station through cable or antenna and on the Fox Sports App at 6:30 p.m. ET at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. You can also watch through services like Sling TV, Hulu+ and fuboTV.
In other nations, the game can be seen on:
Australia: NFL Game Pass, ESPN, 7Plus
Brazil: NFL Game Pass, ESPN
Canada: CTV, TSN, RDS, NFL Game Pass on DAZN
Germany: NFL Game Pass, ProSieben MAXX, DAZN
Mexico: NFL Game Pass, TUDN, ESPN, Fox Sports, Sky Sports
UK: NFL Game Pass, Sky Sports, ITV, Channel 5