Super Bowl 2023 live stream: How to watch online and on TV
Super Bowl LVII is here with the Kansas City Chiefs taking on the Philadelphia Eagles.
It is the first Super Bowl in history between two Black quarterbacks as Patrick Mahomes and Jalen Hurts battle it out.
Both men are in contention to be the NFL’s regular season MVP, too, while there are explosive weapons for both offenses, including the likes of Travis Kelce and AJ Brown.
Mahomes is looking for his second Super Bowl ring, while Hurts, a former second-round pick, would follow Nick Foles in Super Bowl LII in 2018, when the Eagles toppled Tom Brady and the New England Patriots.
Here’s everything you need to know about this year’s Super Bowl:
When and where is Super Bowl 2023?
Super Bowl LVII will take place on Sunday, 12 February.
The kick-off time is 4:30pm local time (MST) and 11:30pm (GMT) in the UK, with the game concluding in the early hours of Monday, 13 February in the UK.
The game will be played in Glendale, Arizona at the Cardinals’ 63,000-capacity State Farm Stadium.
In terms of the Super Bowl timeline, the fast half should conclude between 6pm and 6:30pm (MST) - 1am and 1:30am GMT. The fourth quarter will therefore start at approximately 7:30pm (MST) - 2:30am (GMT) - with the game concluding at approximately 10pm (MST) - 3:30am (GMT) - provided there is no overtime. Only one Super Bowl has ever gone to overtime, when the New England Patriots beat the Atlanta Falcons 34-28 at Super Bowl LI in 2017.
Who is playing in Super Bowl 2023?
The Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles will meet in Super Bowl LVII. The Chiefs got revenge on the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Championship game after falling to their opponents at the same stage last year, while the Eagles produced a commanding showing to beat the stricken San Francisco 49ers to win the NFC.
How can I watch and stream Super Bowl 2023?
Super Bowl will air live in the UK on ITV 1 and Sky Sports.
You can live stream the game via ITVX, or alternatively subscribe to NOW TV or NFL Game Pass.
The game will be live on Fox in the United States or streamed live on Fox’s official website, provided you have your TV login information to hand.
Other streaming outlets, which include Fox as part of their package, include: Hulu + Live TV ($70 per month), YouTube TV ($55 per month), fubo TV ($75 per month after a 7-day free trial) and Sling ($20 for your first month).
Super Bowl 2023 odds
We’ll update the odds and various markets as they come out, including the highly popular player prop markets.
But there are various markets already open, so let’s dive in - all odds via Betfair.
Super Bowl 2023 winner
Philadelphia Eagles 3/4
Kansas City Chiefs 11/10
Super Bowl 2023 MVP
Jalen Hurts EVS
Patrick Mahomes 6/5
Travis Kelce 10/1
AJ Brown 11/1
Devonta Smith 20/1
Miles Sanders 25/1
Haason Reddick 40/1
Jerick McKinnon 40/1
Isiah Pacheco 40/1
Darius Slay 40/1
Chris Jones 40/1
Super Bowl Handicap
Philadelphia Eagles -1.5 9/10
Kansas City Chiefs +1.5 9/10
Super Bowl Total Points
Super Bowl 2023 coin toss
Super Bowl 2023 winning Gatorade shower colour
Who is performing at the Super Bowl 2023 halftime show?
Rihanna will headline the Super Bowl Halftime Show, which has changed its title sponsor from Pepsi to Apple Music this year.
Rihanna follows last year’s hip-hop theme with Dr. Dre, Mary J. Blige, Kendrick Lamar, Eminem, 50 Cent, and Anderson .Paak, with The Weeknd and Jennifer Lopez/Shakira preceding them.
With the game starting at 4:30pm (MST) - 11:30pm GMT - we can expect the halftime show to kick off between 6pm and 6:30pm (MST) - 1am and 1:30am GMT.
Who is singing the national anthem?
Country star Chris Stapleton would perform the United States national anthem at Super Bowl LVII.
It is one of the most anticipated moments of the Super Bowl, given its cultural significance, while also emerging as a large market in the gambling industry as punters predict the exact length each artist performs. So start your research now on how Stapleton usually performs.
It extends a trend of country singers singing the “The Star-Spangled Banner” at the Super Bowl after Mickey Guyton performed in 2022.
Babyface will sing “America The Beautiful” while Sheryl Lee Ralph will perform “Lift Every Voice and Sing”.