Everything you need to know about Super Sunday
The Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers will face off in Super Bowl LV (aka Super Bowl 55 or the 2021 Super Bowl) on Sunday, Feb. 7 in Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. The Chiefs will try and become the first team since the New England Patriots (2003-04) to repeat as Super Bowl champs, while the Buccaneers have earned the honor of being the first team to play for the Lombardi Trophy in their home stadium.
This will be the fifth Super Bowl played in Tampa and the third at Raymond James Stadium. The last time the Super Bowl was hosted by Raymond James Stadium was in 2009. Super Bowl XLIII between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Arizona Cardinals was one of the most entertaining ones ever played as it featured a 100-yard interception return for a touchdown on the final play before halftime. There also were two touchdowns in the final three minutes of the fourth quarter, including the game-winning toss from Ben Roethlisberger to Santonio Holmes with just 35 seconds remaining. Holmes' heroics netted him MVP honors as the Steelers won 27-23 for their sixth Super Bowl victory in franchise history.
Whether you're curious about past Super Bowls, purchasing tickets, or how and when to watch this year's game, we've got you covered with all of the information and links you need.
WHEN, WHERE AND HOW TO WATCH
Location: Raymond James Stadium (Tampa, Fla.)
Date: Feb. 7, 2021
Time: 6:30 p.m. ET
TV Channel: CBS (21st Super Bowl, the most in the game's history), also streamed on CBS All Access
Broadcast Team: Jim Nantz (play-by-play); Tony Romo (analyst); Tracy Wolfson, Evan Washburn and Jay Feely (sideline reporters); Gene Steratore (rules analyst)
Radio Network: Westwood One
Halftime Performance: The Weeknd