At this time of the year, A time we have all be waiting for, a day that will make history for football fans:Super Bowl Sunday. We’re just a few hours away from kickingoff Super Bowl LIII between the dynasty that is the New England Patriots and the upstart that is the Los Angeles Rams. Once ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ has been sung by Gladys Knight and the opening kickoff is in the air, Super Bowl LIII will officially be underway.
Where will the 2019 Super Bowl be played?
Super Bowl LIII will take place at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, home of the Falcons.It’ll be the first Super Bowl hosted at the stadium, which opened in 2017. However, this will be the third Super Bowl played in Atlanta. Previously, the Cowboys topped the Bills in the Georgia Dome in Super Bowl XXVIII, played in 1994, while the Rams topped the Titans in 2000 in Super Bowl XXXIV.
When is the Super Bowl?
Super Bowl LIII will take place today, February 3. Kickoff time is 6:30 p.m. ET. How do I watch the game? Super Bowl LIII will be televised by CBS and streamed on CBSSports.com and on the CBS Sports App. You can keep it locked on CBSSports.com for all the latest on watching and streaming the game. From Gladys Knight’s anthem to who will score first to Maroon 5 to the Super Bowl MVP, get everything you need to make the right picks for Sunday in our Ultimate Super Bowl Props guide.
Who will play in Super Bowl LIII?
The New England Patriots will be looking for their sixth title of the Bill Belichick era. They’re 5-3 in the big game since Tom Brady took over at quarterback. The Los Angeles Rams haven’t been back to the Super Bowl since Brady’s first title season, so if Sean McVay wants to establish himself as the Belichick of the next era of football, this is the perfect chance to win his first title and signify the passing of the torch.