SuperBowl LVII: Don’t miss a second of the action.
When it starts, when it ends and all the info you need
Football fans, the championship of all championships is just around the corner. Super Bowl LVII will go down on Sunday, February 12th in Glendale, Arizona, when two powerhouse teams go head to head for NFL bragging rights. But don’t think these are two sureshot contenders yet… we’ve seen surprises before.
When gameday does arrive you’ll want to know what time those kickoff & final whistle times are… and we’ve got you covered, along with some travel tips.
Get to the game with Rally
Avoid navigating traffic, and parking woes by riding to the game with Rally. You get to travel with like-minded fans, and even partake in tailgating. What’s more, traveling by bus reduces carbon emissions by as much as 37 million metric tons per year, so you’ll be doing the planet a favor too.
Check out the Rally website to plan your trip, from Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and within the state of Arizona – some of the popular Rally points here being Scottsdale, Tempe, Chandler and Phoenix. Can’t find a Rally Point close to you? Create your own ride!
Keep an eye on the clock
Super Bowl LVII kicks off at 6:30 pm ET, but when exactly does that translate for viewers across different time zones?
For Central viewers it’s 5:30 pm, Mountain fans have to tune in by 4:30 pm and those on Pacific should be set before 3:30 pm.
This year’s host, State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, has a retractable roof which will likely open up come kickoff. And let’s not forget halftime entertainment – Rihanna’s headlining it!
So gear up for an extra long game as you cheer through the final whistle sometime after 10 pm ET.