The Super Bowl 2018 season finale is moments away.
Today we will discuss:
- What Time Does The Super Bowl Start
- Time Zones
- Where To Watch The Super Bowl
- Halftime Show News
- Odds For The Top Teams
Today you will find out all you need to know about the most anticipated event in American sports as the long NFL season comes to a close.
The NFL season sees tops teams from around the country battle it out to the NFL Playoffs.
The remaining two teams for the NFL Playoffs will then advance to the long-awaited Super Bowl and crowned as the champion.
As the top contenders come forward this is still a lot left to be predicted and opportunities for the taking, after last years season we should expect nothing less.
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What Time Is The Super Bowl?
For this season of the Super Bowl, it will be held at the grand US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
If you are watching the Super Bowl 2018 from the US here is what you need to know:
Date: February 4th, 2018
Time Zones (US)
For those tuning in from Europe:
It will be aired at 11 pm GMT.
What Channel Can I Watch The Super Bowl On?
NBC will televise Super Bowl LII, its 19th time being the host network.
You can also watch it for free on BBC.
Who Is Playing The Half-Time Show?
Where two of our favourite things come together, sports & music.
The Super Bowl halftime show is one big show that is viewed by millions yearly, people huddle in front of their screens to watch the likes of Madonna, Lady Gaga, Beyonce and Bruno Mars give a momentous performance.
Take a look at the Super Bowl star for 2018:
This is Justin Timberlake's second time to appear on the Super Bowl, we’re sure you all remember his performance where Janet Jackson had a slight wardrobe malfunction.
What Are The Odds?(to win the Super Bowl)
- New England Patriots -180
- Philadelphia Eagles + 160
Which Teams Can Still Win The Super Bowl?
There were twelve teams in all that entered the playoffs and after the latest Wildcard Round Weekend- eight teams are left.
From the NFC:
- The Philadelphia Eagles
Atlanta Falcons Minnesota Vikings New Orleans Saints
From the AFC:
- The New England Patriots
Tennessee Titans Pittsburgh Steelers Jacksonville Jaguars
The New England Patriots are on a mission to claim their sixth Super Bowl title as the AFC Champions 2018.
Should the Patriots go all the way, this will be their sixth Super Bowl title and with 40-year old Tom Brady as the star quarterback.
Whilst The Philadelphia Eagles are determined to wedge their own name into Super Bowl history as the underdogs.