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When is the Super Bowl 2024? Date, time, teams, how to watch and half-time show

When is the Super Bowl 2024? Date, time, teams, how to watch and half-time show

The Super Bowl is now just days away as a thrilling NFL season nears its conclusion.

One of the biggest annual events on the global sporting calendar, the game concludes the season and decides the identity of the NFL champions in front of an audience of millions and in usually spectacular and nerve-shredding fashion.

The Kansas City Chiefs are the defending NFL champions after their thrilling and controversial 38-35 win over the Philadelphia Eagles in Arizona last February.

Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs are back on the biggest stage this year after toppling the one-seeded Baltimore Ravens on the road and will play against the San Francisco 49ers after the latter produced a stunning comeback to beat the Detroit Lions.

Here's everything you need to know about this year's Super Bowl.

The Kansas City Chiefs are the defending NFL champions, returning to defend their Super Bowl title (Getty Images)
The Kansas City Chiefs are the defending NFL champions, returning to defend their Super Bowl title (Getty Images)

When is Super Bowl 2024?

Super Bowl LVIII (58) takes place on Sunday February 11, 2024.

Where is Super Bowl 2024?

This year, the jewel in the American sports crown is being held at Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada - home of the Las Vegas Raiders.

What time is Super Bowl 2024?

This year the Super Bowl is scheduled to start at 6:30pm ET, which is 11:30pm GMT in the UK.

How to watch Super Bowl 2024

In the UK, Super Bowl LVIII is being broadcast live and free-to-air on ITV1, with coverage also available on Sky Sports.

Who is playing in Super Bowl 2024?

The San Francisco 49ers will play the Kansas City Chiefs, following their respective wins in the NFC and AFC title games.

Super Bowl 2024 half-time show

This year, the Super Bowl half-time show will be performed by R&B legend and eight-time Grammy winner Usher. Rihanna did the honours in Glendale 12 months ago.

Country music icon Reba McEntire, Post Malone and Andra Day have all been chosen as the pre-game entertainment, with McEntire to sing the national anthem.