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Super Bowl LIII: All the info you need to know

| 14.01.2019

With only the AFC and NFC Championships left to play for before we know who will battle it out for the Vince Lombardi trophy at Super Bowl LIII 2019, we look to give you all the information you may need to know.

Where will Super Bowl LIII be played?

The 2019 Super Bowl will be hosted at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, the home of the Falcons.

After opening in 2017, it’ll be the first Super Bowl to be held at the new arena, but not the first to be held in Atlanta. The Georgia Dome, which was replaced by the Mercedes-Benz Arena, hosted the Super Bowl in 1994 and 2000.

Super Bowl XXVIII was won by Dallas Cowboys after beating the Buffalo Bills, and Super Bowl XXXIV was won by St. Louis Rams, beating Tennessee Titans in the showpiece final.

When is the Super Bowl?

This year, the Super Bowl LIII will be contested on Sunday 3rd February. Kickoff time is yet to be decided.

Who is performing the half-time show?

Maroon 5 are the headline performers at this year’s Super Bowl. Their special guests will be Big Boi and Travis Scott.

SpongeBob SquarePants will also feature after the death of the cartoons creator saw an online petition gain over one million signatures.

Where can I watch Super Bowl LIII?

Both Sky Sports and BBC have the rights to show the final.

Sky Sports will likely be airing the Super Bowl on Sky Sports USA, with the BBC airing their coverage on BBC One starting at 11:30pm on Sunday 3rd February.

Schedules and coverage times are subject to change.

Who will compete in Super Bowl LIII?

We will know this after the fixtures on Sunday 20th January.

In the AFC Conference game, Kansas City Chiefs face New England Patriots. A Chiefs victory sits at 8/13, with a Patriots win coming in at 27/20.

In the NFC Conference game, New Orleans Saints battle Los Angeles Rams. Super Bowl favourites Saints sit at 8/15 to pick up the win and head to Atlanta, with a Rams victory coming in at 6/4.

Who are favourites to win Super Bowl LIII?

With one round of games left before we know for certain who will compete in the Super Bowl, New Orleans Saints currently sit as favourites to win the crown at 7/4.

Kansas City Chiefs are second favourites at 5/2.

Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots aren’t fancied to get through their Championship games against the league’s top two, so both sit at 7/2 outsiders to win the Vince Lombardi Trophy.

Click here for the latest American Football odds.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.



Drew Goodsell

Drew is a journalism graduate of UEL where he worked as a Business Editor for the university news website. He is a Chelsea fan, but closely follows American sports, being an avid fan of the New York based Knicks (NBA) and Giants (NFL).