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Super Bowl: How to watch Eagles vs Chiefs, what time does it start and who is performing the half-time show?

Ryan Smart

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Super Bowl: How to watch Eagles vs Chiefs, what time does it start and who is performing the half-time show?

The 2023 edition of the Super Bowl takes place on Sunday between Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs. Here is how to watch the match, the TV channel and half-time show details.

Super Bowl LVII will take place at the Stade Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, It is the third time it has hosted the showpiece event this century, having previously held the 2008 and 2015 editions.

The Chiefs, as AFC champions, will be looking to win their first Super Bowl since 2020, when they defeated San Francisco 49ers 30-21. That game is best remembered for the Chiefs' comeback from 20-10 down in the final seven minutes of the fourth quarter, spearheaded by Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes.



They fell at the final hurdle in 2021, losing to Tampa Bay Buccaneers in what would be Tom Brady's seventh and final Super Bowl win before retirement.

Meanwhile, the Eagles, as NFC champions, won Super Bowl LII in 2018, defeating New England Patriots 41-33. Quarterback Nick Foles, who now plays for the Indianapolis Colts, was named MVP.

Here is everything you need to know ahead of Super Bowl 2023:

Super Bowl 2023: What is the UK start time?


The kick-off time for the Super Bowl 2023 is 11:30pm UK time.

Super Bowl 2023: What TV channel in the UK?

UK viewers can watch the Super Bowl on two different channels. Both ITV1 (channel 103) and Sky Sports Main Event (Sky channel 401/Virgin channel 501).

Coverage on Sky will commence at 10pm, with Neil Reynolds presenting and Ryan Fitzpatrick on punditry duty. ITV coverage kicks off at the slightly later time of 10:45pm, with Laura Woods presenting, and Jason Bell and Osi Umenyiora providing punditry throughout the action.


Super Bowl 2023: Is there a live stream?

Super Bowl 2023 can be viewed via the ITVX on-demand service, with coverage mirroring that features on the main ITV channel. The game can also be watched on Sky Go, or NOW TV with a Sky Sports Day Pass.

Super Bowl 2023: Who is performing the half-time show?

The Super Bowl 2023 half-time show will be performed by Rihanna - the singer's first live performance in seven years.


The pre-game national anthem, meanwhile, will be performed by US singer-songwriter Chris Stapleton.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy / Maximilian Haupt/dpa/Alamy Live News

Topics: Super Bowl, NFL, Patrick Mahomes, American Football

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