When and where to see the Super Bowl 2023: Schedule, teams and performance of the final | Sports

The Super Bowl, the final of the American league, is one of the most followed sporting events in the world. Its 2023 edition, number 57, will take place at dawn from next Sunday to Monday. After the triumph of the Los Angeles Rams last season, this time it will be the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs who will fight to win the title.

The Eagles will try to get their fifth championship (it would be their second Super Bowl after 2018), while the Kansas Chiefs want to take their sixth title (it could mean their third Super Bowl).

When is the 2023 Super Bowl played?

The final will take place at dawn from Sunday 12 to Monday 13 February at 00:30 (Spanish peninsular time). The stage will be the State Farm Stadium in the city of Glendale, in Arizona. The stadium has a capacity of 75,000 spectators.

Who will perform at the break and at what time?

Rihanna will be in charge of the musical show at halftime of the Super Bowl. The time of the performance will be around two in the morning. The artist from Barbados will join an illustrious list of stars who have enlivened the rest of this event such as Prince, Michael Jackson, The Rolling Stones, Shakira, Jennifer López, Dr. Dre or Snoop Dogg.

Where to see the final in Spain? Schedule and TV

In Spain, the Super Bowl can be followed on television through the Vamos de Movistar + channel. Another way to watch it online is by purchasing the NFL League Pass.

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