Super Bowl LVI Is Three Weeks Away: What You Should Know

Super Bowl LVI Is Three Weeks Away: What You Should Know

Super Bowl LVI Is Three Weeks Away: What You Should Know

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The Super Bowl LVI is just three weeks away, and as you would expect, the hype is through the roof. Football fans in the U.S. and worldwide are gearing up for what’s arguably the biggest sporting event of the year. You can almost literally feel the excitement in the air. It’s that palpable.

Last year, we got to see Tom Brady’s heroics as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs — his first championship since moving to Florida. Many couldn’t help but wonder how on earth the Bucs defeated such a stacked team. But if there’s one thing most rival fans haven’t learned over the years, it’s never to count that man from San Mateo, California out.

Sports bettors will also be keeping an eye on the odds, with numerous sportsbooks advertising their incentives for Super Bowl LVI bets to entice customers.

As D-Day nears, there are many burning questions in the hearts of many fans across the world. Here’s what we know about the Super Bowl LVI so far:

 

When and Where Will the Super Bowl LVI Be Played?

Super Bowl LVI will take place on Sunday, February 13, 2022. This would be the 56th NFL Super Bowl. The SoFi stadium in Inglewood, California, will be hosting the game. The start time is 6:30 ET/3:30 PT.

 

Which Two Teams Will Be Competing?

As of now, we don’t know the two teams that will be competing for the championship. However, most odds are in favor of the Green Bay Packers and the Kansas City Chiefs. But of course, as we’ve seen time and again, there could be a few wild cards this season. 

However, one thing is always true of the Super Bowl: it’s always a sporting event to remember, regardless of which two teams compete. 

Is it Too Early to Start Making Predictions?

Of course not! Predictions are all over the air. Sportscasters have started making their bold estimations, and you can trust most fantasy football fans all over the world to have gotten busy with work, creating their fantasy roster. And why shouldn’t they? The Super Bowl is in three weeks!

How Can I Watch Super Bowl LVI?

As it has been over the years, Super Bowl LVI will air live on NBC. Fans who don’t have cable can watch the entire game online on Peacock or by subscribing to Hulu +, FuboTV, or Sling. Those who miss the live event on Sunday night can still stream on Peacock after that day.

 

Who Will Be Performing at the 2022 Super Bowl Halftime Show?

This is one of the biggest questions in the minds of fans all over the world. It’s hard to get over Shakira and Jennifer Lopez’s electrifying halftime show performance in 2020. And if you’ve been tuning in long enough, you must’ve seen some of the greatest performances, from Michael Jackson to Prince to Beyoncé to Bruno Mars. Oh, and how can we forget Katy Perry’s record-breaking performance in 2015.

Gracing the stage this year will be Mary J. Blige, Eminem, and three California Hip Hop legends. You guessed right! Snoop Dogg, Dr. Are, and Kendrick Lamar. It’s definitely poised to be a Hip Hop/RnB big night. This will be the first time all these acts will be performing together.

With a collective 44 Grammy awards among themselves and 19 Billboard 200 Number Ones, we can’t help but anticipate this year’s performance.

Conclusion

Super Bowl LVI is in three weeks, and it promises to deliver. Now is the perfect time to grab your favorite snacks and prepare the wine glasses for game time.

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