Get ready for one of the most-watched sporting occasions of the year around the globe! Here’s what you need to know about watching Super Bowl 2023…
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After another long season with more changes at quarterback across the league than it was possible to keep up with, we’ve reached the pinnacle of the sport and one of the most-watched sporting occasions of the year around the globe. Here’s what you need to know about watching Super Bowl 2023.
The Bengals came close to back-to-back Super Bowl appearances but it was the Kansas City Chiefs who once again take the AFC spot in the big game – for the third time in four years. Led by the already legendary Patrick Mahomes, they will take on the Philidelphia Eagles who return for the first time since a miracle win in 2018 having only lost three games this year.
Both teams are the number one seed in their respective conferences (the league is split into NFC and AFC) and will be battling it out to lift the Lombardi trophy after Super Bowl LVII (aka 57).
With a longer 17-game regular season, the Super Bowl is not the first Sunday of February these days and will take place on 12 February 2023, 6:30pm ET or 3:30pm PT.
It takes place at the State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.
Who is playing the Super Bowl 2023 halftime show?
After last year’s epic medley of Eminem, Snoop Dogg, Dr Dre, Mary J. Blige and Kendrick Lamar, the Super Bowl half time show will feature Rihanna and it marks her first live performance since 2016.
Read more about the Apple Super Bowl halftime show 2023.
How to watch the Super Bowl in 4K
Super Bowl 2023 will be shown on Fox this year with the broadcaster showing the big game in 4K. If you don’t have cable, you can get Fox Sports via the likes of Sling TV, Hulu+ and fuboTV.
Your best bet to get Ultra HD coverage is to use the Fox Sports app, which is available on a wide range of platforms and devices. It’s also available via your local Fox station if you have a good antenna and live in an area with good reception. Check the reception map here.
Heart-healthy Super Bowl Recipes
Since February is National Heart Month, we felt it was appropriate to include a couple of heart-healthy recipes for your Super Bowl snacking pleasure.
Low-fat Spinach Dip— A Heart-healthy version of everyone’s favorite.
From the University of Nebraska. Get the recipe here.
Healthy Chipotle Chicken Sweet Potato Skins
from Half-baked Harvest.
MINI TACO TORTILLA CUPS
from Lemons for Lulu
These are aDORable and would be a fun addition to any snack table.
However you decide to celebrate, we hope you have a safe and festive Super Bowl Sunday!
~from your friends at CHUG