Super Bowl 57

The Superbowl is the highest level of American football and is a widely anticipated event in the United States. The upcoming Superbowl 57 (LVII) will be held on February 12th, 2023, in Glendale, Arizona, home of the Arizona Cardinals. The game will be televised nationally by Fox Network.

Each Superbowl game makes use of Roman numerals for the identification of each game, instead of the year it is held. The game was invented to serve as a merger between the two previous rivals, the American Football League, and the National Football League.
Each leagues’ champion teams were agreed upon to play in an AFL-NFL World Championship Game until the merger began in 1970, after which the leagues were renamed as conferences. Following this, the games were played consisting of the conference champion teams.

Early 2023 NFL Super Bowl 57 (LVII) Vegas Odds

Buffalo Bills +675
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +800
Kansas City Chiefs +1000
Green Bay Packers +1100
Los Angeles Rams +1100
Los Angeles Chargers +1400
Cincinnati Bengals +1800
Denver Broncos +1800
San Francisco 49ers +1800
Cleveland Browns +2000
Dallas Cowboys +2000
Baltimore Ravens +2200
Las Vegas Raiders +2500
Indianapolis Colts +2800
Tennessee Titans +2800
Miami Dolphins +3300
Arizona Cardinals +3500
New England Patriots +4000
Minnesota Vikings +4500
Philadelphia Eagles +5000
New Orleans Saints +5500
Washington Commanders +7500
Pittsburgh Steelers +8000
Seattle Seahawks +8000
Chicago Bears +10000
Jacksonville Jaguars +10000
New York Giants +10000
Carolina Panthers +12500
Atlanta Falcons +15000
Detroit Lions +15000
New York Jets +20000
Houston Texans +22500

Above odds updated on: April 27th, 2022
Odds provided by BetOnline.ag

The day which the Superbowl is held is considered a national American holiday. It is referred to as Superbowl Sunday, and is actually the second largest day in America for food consumption next to Thanksgiving. On Superbowl Sundays, it is tradition between family and friends to gather and watch the games while eating and drinking. Additionally, the Superbowl is the most widely watched television event in America each year.

The high viewership of the Superbowl makes the commercial airtime also one of the most expensive during the year. Companies hold up their commercials and wait for the season to be over to invest the production and designs of their advertisements specifically so that they can be aired during the commercials of the Superbowl.