The 2018 Super Bowl will take place at U.S. Bank Stadium on February 4, 2018 with the Philadelphia Eagles taking on the New England Patriots.
The Eagles enter the Super Bowl thanks to their dominance against the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Patriots secured their spot after the comeback victory against the Minnesota Vikings.
Philadelphia Eagles' backup QB Nick Foles led them to the AFC Championship after losing starting quarterback Carson Wentz to a knee injury earlier in the season. The Eagles are looking for their first Super Bowl win ever in a rematch against the Patriots after losing the 2004 Super Bowl 24-21.
Trailing the Jaguars until late in the fourth quarter, QB Tom Brady led the patriots to another NFC Championship win. The Patriots are searching for their sixth Super Bowl Championship in their 10th Super Bowl appearance after having the easiest AFC path in their history.
The Eagles enter the Super Bowl rematch as -5.5 underdogs against the Patriots.
Super Bowl 2018 How to Watch Information
Who: The Philadelphia Eagles (13-3) vs the New England Patriots (13-3)
When: The 2018 Super Bowl will be played at 6:15 pm ET on February 4, 2018.
Where: The 2018 Super Bowl will be played at U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis.
How to watch Super Bowl 2018 on TV?: The Super Bowl 2018 will be televised on NBC Sports.
Where to stream Super bowl 2018 on TV?: The 2018 Super Bowl can be streamed for free on NBCSports.com and on the NBC Sports app.
Who are the announcers for Super Bowl 2018?: The announcers for the 2018 Super Bowl Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth with Michele Tafoya, and Heather Cox.
Who is performing in Super Bowl 2018?: Justin Timberlake is the Pepsi Super Bowl 2018 halftime performer.