Super Bowl LV will be played on Sunday, February 7, 2021 in Tampa Bay, Florida at the James Stadium. Kickoff time is set for 6:30 p.m. ET
Super Bowl LV, the 55th Super Bowl, and the 51st modern-era National Football League (NFL) championship game will be played at the James Stadium, home of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. This is the fifth Super Bowl being hosted in the Tampa area, the first since Super Bowl XLIII in 2009 and the third held at the Raymond James Stadium (following Super Bowl XLIII in 2009 and Super Bowl XXXV in 2001).
Now is the time to make plans, because there is a good chance your favorite team will be playing the game. Below is what you need to know:
How do I watch Super Bowl LV?
Super Bowl LV will be broadcast on CBS, the second time in three seasons the network will host the Super Bowl:
Stream: CBS All Access
Announcers include Jim Nantz (play-by-play); Tony Romo (analyst); Tracy Wolfson, Evan Washburn and Jay Feely (sideline reporters); and Gene Steratore (rules analyst).
Spanish Language Telecast for U.S. Viewers
NFL and CBS have reached an agreement with ESPN Deportes to televise Super Bowl LV in Spanish live from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa. This is the third Super Bowl telecast for ESPN Deportes, which also presents weekly Monday Night Football games in Spanish throughout the NFL regular season. To complement the live Super Bowl telecast, ESPN Deportes will present coverage throughout Super Bowl week.
Which teams are in the 2021 Super Bowl?
The teams in the 2021 Super Bowl are yet to be determined. The NFL playoffs will determine a champion from both the National Football Conference (NFC) and the American Football Conference (AFC). The two teams will then play each other for the title of Super Bowl Champion.
Where can I get tickets for Super Bowl 2021?
Super Bowl 55 tickets will be available through the official website of nflonlocation.com.
Who is performing at the 2021 Super Bowl?
The Super Bowl LV halftime performers have not yet been announced.
COVID-19 Pandemic Contingency Plans
If the 2020 NFL season is affected by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the bye week before the Super Bowl could be eliminated, and the game would be moved back three weeks. During the 2020 regular season, the NFL has eliminated on-field entertainment, including halftime shows and national anthem performances, at games that admit spectators. If these restrictions are still in effect, these elements which have historically been cornerstones of the Super Bowl would be produced off-site.
Where can I find more info on the 2021 Super Bowl?
CBSSports.com will have all the latest breaking news you need to know about Super Bowl LV as it develops.