And then there were two.
Within a matter of days, the global machinations of the National Football League will completely switch gears into offseason mode, putting an official end to the chase for ultimate glory for the 2023 season between 32 franchises. Only two remain left in the hunt to hoist a Lombardi Trophy and celebrate a Super Bowl victory: the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Super Bowl is the must-watch event of the year for epic reasons both on and off the field at this stage. From Usher's highly-anticipated halftime show to a clash of tremendously talented teams, from questions of whether or not Taylor Swift will be in attendance to ranking the best (and worst) advertisements, viewers from all over the world will be tuning in for their own reasons.
There are plenty of good football-related reasons to watch the game as well. Can the Chiefs establish themselves among the greatest dynasties in the history of the sport? Can Kyle Shanahan earn his first Super Bowl after coming close in years past? How good will K.C.'s defense look against the Niners' offense? And what answers will San Fran have for Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce?
With so many reasons to watch, we understand why you want to tune in. Here's the information you'll need to catch Super Bowl LVIII.
Let's look at the key information you'll need to be able to watch Super Bowl LVIII.
Date: Sunday, February 11
Time: Kickoff is at 6:30 p.m. E.T.
Where: Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas (home of the Raiders)
TV: CBS, Paramount+
Announcers: Jim Nantz, Tony Romo, Tracy Wolfson, Evan Washburn, Jay Feely , and Gene Steratore