The 2019 NFL season has almost come to an end. This Sunday, the campaign will conclude with Super Bowl LIV, taking place in Miami, Florida. The NFC Champion San Francisco 49ers will face the Kansas City Chiefs of the AFC to decide the world champions on Sunday evening.
It has been a long time since either of these two teams won an NFL Championship. The 49ers’ last title came 25 years ago, following the 1994 season. That year, Steve Young led the Niners to a championship, the franchise’s first and only Super Bowl title without Joe Montana at the helm. The Chiefs have been waiting twice as long, however, as their last win (and appearance) in a title game came in the final Super Bowl prior to the AFL-NFL merger, when they beat the Minnesota Vikings in Super Bowl IV.
This year’s game is, interestingly, held at the same stadium as the 49ers’ last Super Bowl win. Miami has been the site for ten previous Super Bowls, making this number eleven in the city’s history.
Here are all the details you’ll need to plan out the logistics for your Super Bowl watch party, with game time, broadcast information, and much more.
Super Bowl LIV
San Francisco 49ers vs. Kansas City Chiefs
Sunday, February 2nd, 2020
6:30 PM Eastern Time
Hard Rock Stadium
Miami Gardens, Florida
Commentators: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Erin Andrews, Chris Myers
FOX Sports Go
Yahoo! Sports App
Westwood One Sports
Commentators: Kevin Harlan, Kurt Warner, Tony Boselli, Laura Okmin
Sirius 82/83/88, XM 225/226
Point spread: Chiefs favored by 1.5 points
Over/under total: 54.5
All-Time Head-to-Head Record
49ers lead 7-6-0
Week 3 2018: @Chiefs 38, 49ers 27
Last Super Bowl Appearances
49ers: Super Bowl XLVII (lost to Ravens 34-31)
Chiefs: Super Bowl IV (defeated Vikings 23-7)
National anthem singer: Demi Lovato
Halftime show: Jennifer Lopez & Shakira