Super Bowl LV Facts: What You Need To Know And More

Super Bowl LV Facts: What You Need To Know And More

With the fast-approaching NFL Conference Championship matches, it’s time to look ahead and see what the Super Bowl LV has in store for us. Here’s everything you need to know about the event, including the date, location, venue, and NFL odds to take the stage and win the trophy.

Date and Venue

Super Bowl LV is scheduled to take place on Sunday, February 7, 2021, after the closing of the 2020-2021 NFL regular season. The match will be played at Raymon James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. It was announced that the city will host the Super Bowl LV way back in 2017 after the league moved the match scheduled in Los Angeles from 2021 to 2022.

Where to watch Super Bowl LV

The match will be televised by CBS and available via live stream on the CBS All Access app, allowing you to watch the match wherever you are. Although the original broadcast was for NBC with CBS, with the latter scheduled for the 2022 Super Bowl, the two networks made a deal to trade years so that NBC has both the biggest NFL game of the year and Winter Olympics in 2022.

Super Bowl LV odds

When the Super Bowl LIV concluded last year, odds for the next Super Bowl came out with Kansas City Chiefs the favorites to win the next trophy. Next in line was the San Francisco 49ers with 8-1 odds, trailed by the Baltimore Ravens at 8-1. The final two included the New Orleans Saints and New England Patriots, with 10-1 and 12-1 odds, respectively. However, looking at the upcoming NFL Conference Championships, there’s only one team left out of the top five picks.

Only two matches separate us from the Super Bowl LV and the hottest NFL match and odds of the year. Before finalizing your picks, it’s always worth checking out the NFL Conference Championships 2021 predictions and odds to give better judgment to your selections.