Today's the day - Super Bowl LVIII is here.


NFL fans in the UK will be gearing up for a long night ahead, as they get set to tune into one of the biggest global sporting events of the year.

This year's Super Bowl will see the Kansas City Chiefs aiming to become the first team to win consecutive Vince Lombardi trophies in 20 years, while the San Francisco 49ers will be determined to land their first Super Bowl title since 1994.

The last team to achieve back to back wins at the Super Bowl was the New England Patriots in 2003 and 2004, meaning no matter which teams wins, history will be made at the Allegiant Stadium in Nevada.

For those British fans planning to defy time zones to tune in, they can expect plenty of twists and turns to keep them bright and alert throughout.

More like this brings you all the details for Super Bowl 2024, including date, time and location.

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When is the Super Bowl 2024?

The Super Bowl 2024 takes place on Sunday 11th February 2024.

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

However, due to scheduling changes - which 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 2024 start time

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

Of course, that is much later than the 3:30pm start time enjoyed by fans inside the stadium in Las Vegas.

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

Where is the Super Bowl 2024 held?

Super Bowl LVIII will be held in Paradise, Nevada, in 2024 – close to Las Vegas.

The game will be played at the Allegiant Stadium, home of the Las Vegas Raiders, which boasts a 65,000 capacity, expandable to 71,835 for big events – and they don't come any bigger than this one.

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