How to watch Super Bowl LVIII: Kansas City Chiefs vs. San Francisco 49ers at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas

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A general view of Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas prior to Super Bowl LVIII.


Almost five months later NFL Action, the Super Bowl is finally upon us.

The Kansas City Chiefs facing San Francisco 49ers Sunday, Feb. 12 in Super Bowl LVIII from Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.

The winner will be anointed Football Raise the coveted Vince Lombardi Trophy as the best team and confetti rain down.

Here's how to keep track of all the action in Nevada.

Super Bowl LVII is expected to kick off at 6:30pm ET/11:30pm UK time on Sunday.

U.S. The game will be shown on CBS and live Paramount+Coverage on both channels beginning at 2 PM ET.

In the UK, you can watch the game on Sky Sports and ITV, with pregame coverage starting at 10pm local time.

For viewers around the world, NFL Campus on DAZN will feature coverage of the game.

The game will be played at the Raiders' state-of-the-art stadium in Las Vegas Allegiant Stadiumaka “Death Star,” marked the first time the venue — and Nevada — hosted the NFL's championship game.

The Raiders' new 65,000-seat arena was built near the Las Vegas Strip to accommodate the team; Fittingly, it is located on Al Davis Way, a street named after the team's former owner and father of Mark Davis.

According to Sports Illustrated, the stadium was built with a domed roof and cost $1.9 billion to build.

The stadium is said to bring $620 million annually to the local area, while also creating 6,000 permanent jobs in Southern Nevada.

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Hosting the Super Bowl It is estimated to earn around $500 million For Las Vegas “through direct spending, additional tax dollar generation, increased room occupancy and job creation.”

Both teams had to battle through tricky encounters to book their spot in Super Bowl LVIII.

Finishing the season with the No. 1 seed in the NFC, the 49ers look nothing but promising in their playoff run.

They first got past the Green Bay Packers in the divisional round of the playoffs before finding enough motivation to beat the Detroit Lions in the NFC Championship Game.

In contrast, the Chiefs — who had an underwhelming regular season — had an encouraging postseason.

They swept the Miami Dolphins in the wild card round, beat the Buffalo Bills on the road in the divisional round before knocking off the AFC's No. 1 seed, the Baltimore Ravens, in the AFC Championship Game.

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