Here is everything you need to know about Super Bowl 2021 before kickoff at 6:30 p.m. ET on Feb. 7, 2021
Kansas City will face Tampa Bay in the game of their lives in the 55th annual game known as Super Bowl 2021, which will occur on Feb. 7. Kickoff is set for 6:30 p.m.
CBS will televise the event. Fans can watch for free on cbssports.com, using the CBS Sports app, or stream via CBS All Access.
The big game will be played at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa. This marks the second consecutive year that the Sunshine State has hosted with Miami having hosted Super Bowl LIV.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be the first team in history to play the Super Bowl 2021 at their own stadium. No team in the NFL has ever won in their home stadium. This could be the Buccaneers’ chance to make history.
Tampa Bay was the number five seed in the National Football Conference. Quarterback Tom Brady led the team to victory against Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers. The Packers were the number one seed in the NFC. The final score of the conference championship was 31-26.
The Chiefs faced the Buffalo Bills in the American Football Conference championship game. Quarterback Patrick Mahomes led the team to a 38-24 victory against the Bills. Quarterback Josh Allen led the Bills, who were the number two seed. Kansas City was the number one seed in their conference.
The Kansas City Chiefs are coming in with winning experience. In Super Bowl LIV, the Chiefs played against the San Francisco 49ers, triumphing with a score of 31-20.
NBC was supposed to televise the game this year, with CBS doing so next year. However, NBC decided to switch years and also televising the Winter Olympics as well.