The Super Bowl kick-off time has almost arrived and UK fans are gearing up for another late night of NFL drama as the Kansas City Chiefs take on Philadelphia Eagles in the greatest show on turf.

Both teams have tasted victory in the Super Bowl in the last decade, though the Chiefs have greater pedigree in recent years with superstar quarterback Patrick Mahomes leading the way for his team.

The last five AFC Championship games have been hosted at Kansas' Arrowhead Stadium, proving their dominance in the conference, but they could meet their match in the shape of the high-flying Eagles.

The game is taking place at the State Farm Stadium in Arizona and this is the fourth time the Grand Canyon State has played host.

Rihanna will be keeping the masses entertained at halftime with her first performance in half a decade. Her last album, Anti, was released back in 2016.

"[The halftime show is] going to be a celebration of my catalog in the best way that we could have put it together," she told Apple Music (via The LA Times). "You only have 13 minutes. That's the challenge. You're trying to cram 17 years of work into 13 minutes."

But Rihanna went on to say that she thinks her team have done "a pretty good job at narrowing it down". brings you all the details for Super Bowl 2023, including date, time and location.

When is the Super Bowl 2023?

The Super Bowl 2023 takes place on Sunday 12th February 2023.

The game has traditionally been held on the first Sunday in February between 2004 and 2021.

However, due to scheduling changes that include adding a whole extra game to the regular season, the slot has been pushed back by one week for the foreseeable future.

Super Bowl 2023 kick-off time

The Super Bowl will kick off at 11:30pm in the UK.

Of course, that is much later than the 4:30pm start time enjoyed by fans inside the stadium in Arizona.

It will be an earlier Super Bowl than most due to the fact it is being played further west – two time zones further back than Eastern Time, which usually dictates schedules in the US.

Where is the Super Bowl 2023 held?

Super Bowl LVII will be held in Glendale, Arizona in 2023.

The game will be played at the State Farm Stadium, home of the Arizona Cardinals, which boasts a 63,400 capacity which is expandable to 72,200 for big events - and they don't come any bigger than this one.

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