Super Bowl 58 will take place this Sunday (11th February) between San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs.
It will be held at the Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada, and will be the third straight year that the Super Bowl has been played in the Western United States, following host cities Inglewood, California, in 2022 and Glendale, Arizona, in 2023.
The match will be shown live in the UK on Sky Sports and ITV1, and on CBS and Nickelodeon in the States.
CBS will utilize 165 cameras, including six cameras embedded within the goal posts (“doink cams”), 48 cameras capable of high frame rate video (24 of which will be in 4K for zoom capabilities), and 23 cameras for augmented reality effects.
CBS will televise the game in 1080p with high-dynamic-range (HDR) colour, upconverted to 4K on selected television providers.
Sky will broadcast the game on Sky Sports NFL, Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Mix and Sky Showcase from 10.00pm.
Jay Feely will serve as special teams analyst, while former referee Gene Steratore is on hand as rules analyst.
Reba McEntire will sing the national anthem before kick-off. Rapper Post Malone will perform “America the Beautiful” and R&B singer Andra Day will perform “Lift Every Voice and Sing”.
Usher is the headline halftime show act.
Bill Vinovich will referee the game.