Super Bowl LVII is right around the corner, NFL fans. The postseason has been rife with action, as the two conferences came down to the league’s best teams. With the Lombardi Trophy up for grabs, let’s look at where Super Bowl 2023 will be played.
Where Is Super Bowl 2023?
The winners of the AFC and NFC will make the trip to Glendale, Arizona, to play in Super Bowl LVII at State Farm Stadium, home of the Arizona Cardinals. Opened in 2006, State Farm Stadium was the first stadium in North America with both a retractable roof and playing surface.
The stadium has a standard capacity of 63,400 seats but can be expanded to 72,200 for major events and goes all the way up to 78,600 with standing room included. Here’s when and how to watch Super Bowl LVII.
Super Bowl LVII
- Date: Sunday, Feb. 12, 2023
- Start time: 6:30 p.m. ET
- Location: State Farm Stadium, Glendale, AZ
- Channel: FOX
- Live stream options: Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, FOX Now
Super Bowl LVII will be the third hosted by State Farm Stadium in Glendale. The first came back in 2008 when the New York Giants took down the then-undefeated New England Patriots 17-14. The venue was named the University of Phoenix Stadium at the time.
The next time the Lombardi Trophy came to town, the stadium’s name had changed, and the New England Patriots avenged their loss. In a showdown of the AFC and NFC’s top seeds, the Patriots bested the Seattle Seahawks with a thrilling fourth-quarter comeback sealed by a Malcolm Butler interception on the goal line in 2015.
Many stadiums have hosted the NFL’s Big Game over the years. The Caesars Superdome and Hard Rock Stadium have run away as the premier destinations. However, this selection for Arizona is noteworthy.
AZ’s third time hosting ties them for the fourth most as a Super Bowl host city, along with Tulane Stadium in New Orleans, San Diego Stadium in San Diego, and Raymond James Stadium in Tampa.