The Super Bowl 2021 is on February 7th. For the 55th time in NFL history, the best teams from the AFC and NFC meet to play their champions at the end of the playoffs.
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This year there will be a duel between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Super Bowl 2021 is the worldwide most watched individual sports event of the year. Betstations.com gives you a good start and get you well-informed about the upcoming Super Bowl event. We have summarized all the facts about the Super Bowl 2021 here.
The Super Bowl traditionally takes place on the first Sunday in February of the year. This tradition has not changed in 2021 either. Since the first Sunday of this year is February 7th, those responsible have chosen this date. The game starts at 6:30 p.m. local time. Due to the time difference between the USA and Europe, there is a start time at 0:30 (France, Germany) a.m. on Monday.
On average, a Super Bowl lasts around 3 hours and 44 minutes – including all commercial breaks, half-time shows and the like. The award ceremony follows, which will also take some time.
Betting on Super Bowl 2021
The Super Bowl 2021 bets and odds are already waiting for you at almost every significant online bookmaker. However, it is definitely worth checking out some other alternatives in addition to your regular bookmaker. This so that you may be able to take advantage of a Super Bowl betting bonus or a free live stream of the event. Bookmakers often have the craziest promotions at these kinds of sporting events.
Super Bowl 2021 broadcast: who’s showing Chiefs vs Buccaneers?
No single sports event in the whole world draws more people in front of the screens than the Super Bowl. Year after year, records are broken in the final week, for example, in TV sets sold in the USA.
Last year around 115 million fans watched it in the United States alone. Despite the late kick-off, about 102,1 million American viewers sat in front of the TV sets in 2020. Similar numbers or even higher during the COVID pandemic can be expected in 2021.