Super Bowl LVIII: San Francisco 49ers vs Kansas City Chiefs schedule, kick-off, half-time show, and live on Sky Sports NFL

When, where and how to watch the 58th Super Bowl; watch Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas live on Sky Sports NFL, with coverage from 10pm on Sunday February 11

Highlights from the Detroit Lions against the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship game

From the key dates and times, to the Las Vegas venue and half-time show details - a guide to everything you need to know about Super Bowl LVIII so far ahead of the biggest day of any NFL season.

When and where is Super Bowl LVIII taking place?

Make a note of the big date: Sunday February 11 2024.

The San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs are going head-to-head in what is set to be a thrilling conclusion to the NFL season at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.

When can I watch the game live on Sky Sports?

Kick-off in the big game is at 11.30pm UK time live on Sky Sports NFL.

Watch all the best build-up coverage from 10pm, with Neil Reynolds and Phoebe Schecter joined in Las Vegas by former NFL quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick.


You can also stream Sky Sports' live Super Bowl coverage with NOW

Image: The Chiefs and 49ers will meet at Super Bowl LVIII

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For subscribers, watch live on Sky Sports NFL on your TV or mobile device via the Sky Sports app or Sky Go, while non-subscribers can buy a NOW Sports Day Membership to stream the big game without a contract on a multitude of different devices.

On the Sky Sports NFL website and app we will keep you updated on all things Super Bowl, bringing you all of the latest news, player interviews, pundit analysis and podcasts ahead of the big game. And we'll have a live commentary page following Super Bowl LVIII itself - including video of the biggest touchdowns and moments from throughout the night.

There's also our Twitter feed, @SkySportsNFL, where you won't miss a thing.

What about the teams?

Kansas City Chiefs' Travis Kelce celebrated making the Super Bowl alongside his partner, recording artist Taylor Swift

Super Bowl LVIII is a rematch of LIV from 2020 when the Chiefs won out 31-20 victors over the 49ers at Miami's Hard Rock Stadium.

The Chiefs won the Super Bowl again last year, narrowly defeating the Philadelphia Eagles, and are aiming to become just the eighth back-to-back winners and the first since the New England Patriots in 2004-2005.

For the 49ers, who booked their place in Vegas with a stunning second-half comeback from 17 points down against the Detroit Lions, are chasing a first Super Bowl since 1995.

Where is this year's Super Bowl being played?

The biggest game in the NFL meets the Entertainment Capital of the World.

For the very first time, the Super Bowl is being staged in Las Vegas and at the Allegiant Stadium, which is located just west of the Strip.

The stadium is home to the Las Vegas Raiders, who missed out on the playoffs, and has a capacity of 65,000.

Who is performing the half-time show and at what time?

A year after Rihanna's epic performance at State Farm Stadium, Usher is the headline act for 2024's half-time show.

The eight-time Grammy Awards winner, who held a 'Usher: My Way' residency in Las Vegas last year, said: "It's an honour of a lifetime to finally check a Super Bowl performance off my bucket list. I can't wait to bring the world a show unlike anything else they've seen from me before."

Usher's performance will begin at approximately 1.15am, Monday morning, following the conclusion of the first half in Vegas.

Notable performers in the past include The Rolling Stones, Coldplay, Beyonce and Katy Perry.

Reba McEntire is singing the United States national anthem before the game.

Will Taylor Swift be there?

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Kansas City Chiefs' Travis Kelce celebrated making the Super Bowl alongside his partner, recording artist Taylor Swift

And, finally, it's the big one: will Taylor Swift be in attendance in Vegas?

Pop icon Swift's romance with the Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce has been one of the stories of the NFL season and, having been a regular presence at games, the singer was there to embrace her partner on the pitch after Kansas' AFC Championship Game victory.

The 'Shake It Off' singer's current 'The Eras Tour' has dates in Tokyo that run from February 7 to February 10, the day before the Super Bowl. But what does work in her favour is the fact that the Japanese capital is 17 hours ahead of the USA's west coast, should she opt to take the 8,900km, 12 hour-flight to Vegas to cheer on Kelce once more on the Sunday in person.

Her next tour date after the Super Bowl is in Australia at Melbourne's MCG five days later on February 16…

Watch Super Bowl LVIII - the 49ers against the Chiefs - live on Sky Sports NFL on Sunday February 11. The game starts at 11.30pm. Stream the Super Bowl and lots more great sport with NOW.