The Kansas City Chiefs will look to capture their first Super Bowl title in 50 years. On the other hand, the San Francisco 49ers have a rich history of Super Bowls, owning five Lombardi Trophies. But they haven’t won a title since 1995.
Super Bowl LIV is set to kick off at 6:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, Feb. 2 at Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium. The game will air on Fox, with its pregame coverage starting at 1 p.m. ET.
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Joe Buck and Troy Aikman will have the call, with Erin Andrews and Chris Myers handling the sideline reporting. Yolanda Adams will sing “America the Beautiful” and Demi Lovato will sing the national anthem ahead of the game. Jennifer Lopez and Shakira are co-headlining the halftime show.
Andy Reid started as a head coach in the NFL in 1999 with the Philadelphia Eagles. There, he got to one Super Bowl, but lost to the New England Patriots. He’ll be looking for his first title as head coach on Sunday with the Chiefs.
“Just getting him here isn’t the goal,” Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce said. “Winning this thing for him is.”
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San Francisco is seeking its sixth Vince Lombardi Trophy, which would equal the record held by Pittsburgh and New England. The 49ers also are looking to be only the second team to go from 4-12 the previous season to the top of the heap.
The Vegas Sports and Information Network is projecting that nationwide legal betting handle for Super Bowl 54 will top $300 million for the first time, which would be about $100 million more than last season. The spread is a pick ’em at most shops, though some books have Kansas City favored by a point, and the total is in the range of 55 or 56.
Some viewers might prefer the prop bets, and they can touch on a number of aspects of the game. According to Doug Harbach, the Communications Director for the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, the state did sign off on one new prop this year, as it will allow bettors to pick which team will win the opening coin toss, “since that does pertain to and have and effect on the outcome of the athletic contest.”
You can watch the 49ers and Chiefs in Super Bowl LIV even if you don’t have cable by signing up for a free one-week trial of fuboTV or Hulu Live TV.