Who Is in Super Bowl 2024? Teams, Location, Start Time, Odds, and More for Super Bowl 58 Matchup

    Which two teams are going to be in Super Bowl 2024? Examining everything you need to know surrounding the biggest game of the year.

    Well, after 20+ weeks of football, we now know the two teams that will be facing off in Super Bowl 58. Which two teams will represent the AFC and NFC in the biggest game of the year? What are the already available odds for the game? And how can you make sure you can watch the pinnacle of the 2023 NFL season?

    Who Is in Super Bowl 2024?

    • Kansas City Chiefs vs. San Francisco 49ers

    Chiefs’ Path to the Super Bowl

    The Chiefs proved they didn’t need Patrick Mahomes or Travis Kelce to go off in this contest. They instead turned to their defense — and frustrated the heavy favorite to win the Most Valuable Player award, Lamar Jackson.

    Jackson was pressured all day by a Chiefs defense that multiple Super Bowl-winning coordinator Steve Spagnuolo called.

    The Chiefs snatched the explosive Jackson four times for sacks, forced a strip-sack fumble off of him, and picked him off in the end zone to prevail over the top-seeded Baltimore Ravens.

    Charles Omenihu, who had previously played in two straight NFC title games with the San Francisco 49ers, got the strip sack. Deon Bush snatched an underthrown Jackson pass in the end zone.

    Kansas City is now off to its fourth Super Bowl appearance in the last five seasons.

    49ers’ Path to the Super Bowl

    The NFC champion is now a record-tying unit.

    The San Francisco 49ers have won their eighth conference title, officially joining the Dallas Cowboys for most Super Bowl appearances among NFC teams.

    And the Niners needed a second-half surge to prevail against a feisty Detroit Lions team.

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    The visiting Detroit Lions, playing in their first NFC title game since the 1991 season, jumped out to an astonishing 24-7 halftime lead by turning to the 49ers’ blueprint: pounding the football with the run game and dominating the trenches.

    However, Brandon Aiyuk sparked the momentum by catching a deflected pass off a Lions defender. He completed that drive with his red-zone touchdown. And from there, it was all San Francisco.

    It’s now the second time that head coach Kyle Shanahan has led the 49ers to the Super Bowl — and he’ll once again get Reid on the other sidelines.

    Super Bowl 58 Odds, Line, and Spread

    • Opening spread: 49ers (-2.0), Chiefs (+2.0)
    • Moneyline: 49ers (-135), Chiefs (-115)
    • Over/under: 48.0

    The 49ers have opened as 2.5-point favorites in Super Bowl 58 against the Kansas City Chiefs. This will be the third playoff game in a row the Chiefs are underdogs, and this is a position where Patrick Mahomes has thrived in his career, going 9-3 straight up and 10-1-1 against the spread.

    How Much Are Super Bowl 58 Tickets?

    The cheapest single ticket currently available on Ticketmaster is listed at $8,145, and that’s before taxes and fees are factored into the cost as well. That ticket will get you a spot directly behind the AFC team’s end zone in section 325 at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.

    By contrast, the most expensive ticket currently listed on Ticketmaster is at a going rate of $57,500, the only ticket priced above the $50,000 mark. That price can buy a seat in the eighth row of section C112, which sits right on the 50-yard line of the NFC team’s sideline.

    Although it’s not the most exact math or completely representative of the true average cost to attend the game, going off the highest and lowest prices, the mean cost of attending the contest comes out to roughly $32,822.50 — before taxes and fees are factored in, of course.

    The game is being held in Allegiant Stadium, which was billed as the second-most expensive stadium in the world at roughly $1.9 billion, $750 million of which was reportedly shouldered by taxpayers.

    How To Watch Super Bowl LVIII?

    • Date: Sunday, Feb. 11
    • Kickoff time: 6:30 p.m. ET
    • TV network: CBS
    • Location: Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas, Nev.

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