The biggest sporting event on the other side of the pond is almost upon us.
Yeah, that’s right, the Super Bowl is finally here with the last two teams left standing set to battle it out for those all-important rings. If you’re planning to watch live coverage in Ireland or the United Kingdom then get ready for a long night…
The Los Angeles Rams will not be back to defend the Vince Lombardi Trophy after failing to progress to the playoffs, while last year’s beaten finalists, the Cincinnati Bengals, fell agonisingly short again after losing out in the AFC Conference Championship game.
You can check out the latest Super Bowl LVII odds on the Paddy Power website and Paddy Power app, otherwise all the key details about the big match can be found below.
Super Bowl 2023 date
Super Bowl LVII takes place on Sunday, February 12.
Super Bowl 2023 location
Super Bowl LVII will be held at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. The venue was selected all the way back in May 2018.
Super Bowl 2023 teams
The Kansas City Chiefs, who beat the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Conference Championship, will face NFC Conference Champions, the Philadelphia Eagles, in Super Bowl LVII.
Super Bowl 2023 kick-off time
Super Bowl LVII is set to kick-off at 11:30pm for viewers in Ireland and the UK. The game is likely to end at around 3am so be prepared for a late night…
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