The Super Bowl is always the most-watched television event in the United States, and that's not about to change anytime soon. As the NFL expands its global initiative to increase the fanbase, viewership is only going to rise. For us fans of the game, it's not hard to see why countless others would want to tune in.
Super Bowl LVII was a big success as the Kansas City Chiefs narrowly defeated the Philadelphia Eagles in a 38-35 shootout performance. For casual fans of the game who don't live on the edge of their seats, they can still enjoy the clever commercials and the always-anticipated Super Bowl halftime show.
Where is Super Bowl 58?
After Super Bowl LVII was held in Glendale, Arizona, the NFL decided to keep things out in the desert for the 2023-24 Super Bowl. Super Bowl LVIII will be played in Las Vegas Nevada. This just so happens to be one of the biggest tourist destinations in the country.
This Super Bowl showdown is scheduled to take place on February 11th, 2024 at Allegiant Stadium in what will no doubt be a sellout crowd. At this point, it's far too early to tell which teams from the AFC and NFC will be left standing from each conference, but oddsmakers have an idea of how things could go.
Regardless of which teams make it to the Super Bowl, it won't prevent this from being the most-watched North American sporting event of the year. The Raiders have one of the newer stadiums in the league and the team is being rewarded with hosting a Super Bowl after giving a home to the Raiders following their move from Oakland.
Considering the brutal division they are in, it seems highly unlikely that the Raiders will be playing in a home game next February. Regardless of which two teams make it, the Super Bowl is only growing in popularity and we can expect to see all eyes on the City of Las Vegas during Super Bowl week following the 2023-24 playoffs.