The 2021 Super Bowl is right around the corner. See below for all you need to know including the teams playing, date, time, odds, location, how to watch and more.
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When is Super Bowl LV?
Super Bowl 55 will be played on Sunday, February 7, 2021 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. In 2017, the NFL announced that the game was officially awarded to Tampa after the NFL moved the Super Bowl set for Los Angeles from 2021 to 2022.
Who is playing in the Super Bowl this year?
The Kansas City Chiefs will face off against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for Super Bowl 55. Below are results from Championship Sunday:
- Final score: Buccaneers 31, Packers 26
- Final score: Chiefs 38, Bills 24
Who will perform the halftime show?
How to watch Super Bowl LV
Super Bowl 55 will be televised by CBS and live streamed on the CBS All Access app. Although NBC was originally scheduled to broadcast the 2021 game and CBS had the 2022 Super Bowl, the two networks decided to swap years in order for NBC to have both the Super Bowl and Winter Olympics in 2022.
Super Bowl 2021 odds
According to PointsBet, the Kansas City Chiefs are this year’s favorite to win the Lombardi Trophy over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. See more on the point spread, moneyline and points total below:
- Point spread: Chiefs -3 (-105), Buccaneers +3 (+105)
- Moneyline: Chiefs -171, Bucs +145
- Over/under: 56
Future Super Bowl dates and sites:
2022: Super Bowl LVI
- LA Stadium at Hollywood Park, Los Angeles, CA
2023: Super Bowl LVII
- Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, FL
2024: Super Bowl LVIII
- Mercedes-Benz Stadium, New Orleans, LA
Who won the 2020 Super Bowl?
Super Bowl LIV: Kansas City Chiefs vs. San Francisco 49ers
Why does the NFL use Roman numerals for the Super Bowl?
Super Bowl V was the first to use Roman numerals. They were retroactively added to the Super Bowl II to IV logos and have been used each year since until 2016. Learn more about it here.