When Does the Super Bowl Game Start?
The Super Bowl is the annual championship game of the National Football League (NFL). This highly anticipated event is one of the biggest TV events in the United States and around the world. So when does the next Super Bowl game start?
2021 Super Bowl LV
The 2021 Super Bowl game will start on Sunday, February 7th. The game kick-off is scheduled for 6:30 pm EST. The competition will take place at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.
Preparing for Super Bowl LV
Leading up to the Super Bowl there are several events that serve as a prelude to the big game. The week prior to the Super Bowl, the NFL hosts the Pro Bowl, an all-star game in which the best players from each conference play each other. Also, the day before the Super Bowl there is the NFL Super Bowl Experience, which offers interactive family activities, youth football clinics, and autograph sessions with NFL players.
Ways to Watch Super Bowl LV
The Super Bowl will be broadcast on CBS with live streams through CBSSports.com and will available on Connected TV platforms. Here are some great ways to make sure you catch all the action:
- In Person: If you’re fortunate enough to be in Tampa to attend the game, you’ll want to get your tickets as early as possible!
- Cable & Satellite: The game will be available on most national cable and satellite providers.
- Streaming: The game will be streamed live through CBSSports.com as well as on many Connected TV platforms.
- Mobile: The App Store and Google Play Store have apps that will allow you to stream the game on your mobile device.
Don’t miss out on one of the most exciting games of the season. Get your tickets or plan your viewing party now, and be ready to cheer when the Super Bowl LV starts on February 7th!