Where is the Super Bowl LVII, Early Betting Line and Preview Eagles vs. Chiefs
Super Bowl 2023 is ready and the best NFL gambling sites favor the Philadelphia Eagles over the Kansas City Chiefs by two points in the LVII edition of the most important game of the NFL season. It will be an unprecedented clash in the great game that will define the champion. Never before have the Eagles faced off against the Chiefs, although both teams already know what it is to win the title.
The Philadelphia Eagles, champions of the National Conference, will be looking for their second Super Bowl. The Kansas City Chiefs, champions of the American Conference, will be aiming for their third conquest in the Super Bowl. Star QB Patrick Mahomes is in his third Super Bowl in his still fledgling pro career.
The game that will define this season’s NFL champion is going to take place next Sunday, February 12 at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. Super Bowl 2023 is scheduled to begin at 3:00 p.m. Pacific in the United States.
Super Bowl LVII Eagles vs. Philadelphia Chiefs Odds by BetOnline
|Chiefs||+2 (-110)||49½ (-110)||+110|
|Eagles||-2 (-110)||49½ (-110)||-130|
This will be the third time that the Super Bowl will be played at this venue, in Arizona, though it will be the first match of this nature wherein the New England Patriots are not present. At State Farm, they lost in 2008 to the New York Giants and in 2015 they defeated the Seattle Seahawks.
The Pittsburgh Steelers and the New England Patriots are the top winners in Super Bowl history, a game they have won six times each. The first Super Bowl in history was held in 1967 and the Green Bay Packers were crowned against the Kansas City Chiefs. The Wisconsin team is the most successful in the NFL with 13 titles, even though it only has four Super Bowl rings.
The locality historically alternates between each conference and for odd years, such as the present case, the representative of the National Conference (Philadelphia Eagles) will serve as locals in Arizona.
For this edition, the singer Rihanna will be in charge of headlining the halftime show at the game to be held at State Farm Stadium. The interpreter of hits like Don’t stop the music, Umbrella or Hard will have a special performance in a show that changes sponsors and name in the great NFL game.
Super Bowl LVII Overview
Super Bowl LVII will be the upcoming American football championship game of the National Football League for the 2022 NFL season. It is going to be played between the American Football Conference (AFC) champions the Kansas City Chiefs and the National Football Conference (NFC) champions the Philadelphia Eagles. The best online sportsbooks favor the latter team by two points.
The game is slated to be held on Sunday, February 12, 2023, at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona with a kickoff time of 4:30 p.m. MST (UTC-7). It is going to be the fourth Super Bowl that will be hosted by the Phoenix metropolitan area.
The most recent was Super Bowl XLIX in 2015, also held at State Farm Stadium (at that time called University of Phoenix Stadium). The game will be broadcast nationally by Fox. The halftime show will feature Rihanna.
A new system was devised to pick hosting sites for the Super Bowl. This new system began with Super Bowl LVI. The prior process which allowed cities to submit bids for the hosting rights was discontinued. Instead, the NFL unilaterally chooses a single hosting site for each game, not letting other cities bid. The chosen site then puts together a proposal which is voted on at the league’s owners’ meetings.
Super Bowl LVII Location
Arizona was the first location that was chosen under this new process. Its proposal was agreed upon unanimously on May 23, 2018. The official logo was unveiled on February 14, 2022; it follows the pattern of the updated logo template that was introduced by Super Bowl LVI, with visuals of a desert canyon and the sky (the latter does resemble Arizona’s state flag) to be a reflection of the landscapes of the host area.
In February 2022, more than 200 liberal religious leaders, which included Jesse Jackson and William Barber, petitioned Roger Goodell to move Super Bowl LVII out of Arizona after accusing the Arizona legislature of enforcing unnecessary voting restrictions in Arizona bills HB 1003, SB 1485, and SB 1819.
Arizona Democratic Party vice chair Brianna Westbrook voiced her support as well to move the Super Bowl after the Arizona legislature passed S.B. 1138 and S.B. 1165, restricting access to gender reassignment procedures from minors, and banning transgender girls from playing on girls’ sports teams.