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How to watch Super Bowl 2021: Time and channel for Buccaneers-Chiefs

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Patrick Mahomes has his work cut out for him.

The Kansas City Chiefs quarterback, looking to cement his legacy, will be going for a second straight title when Super Bowl 2021 kicks off. Making the task that much more difficult will be the arm on the other side of the field: Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Tom Brady.

When Brady takes his first snap of the game, it’ll mark his 10th Super Bowl appearance as he vies for a seventh championship — his first with the Buccaneers after 20 seasons with the New England Patriots.

Both bring plenty of offensive firepower with them in a game that should feature big throw and lots of speed.


What time is kickoff between the Buccaneers and Chiefs?

Sunday, February 7 at 6:30 p.m. ET.

Where is Super Bowl 2021?

Super Bowl 2021 will take place at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida, home of the Buccaneers. The game marks the first time a team will play for the Super Bowl title in its home stadium.

How can I watch Buccaneers vs. Chiefs and is there a livestream?

Super Bowl 2021 will be broadcast on CBS, with Jim Nantz and Tony Romo providing play-by-play and analysis in the booth. Tracy Wolfson, Evan Washburn and Jay Feely will report from the sidelines.

ESPN Deportes will also carry the the game for the world feed.

For those looking to livestream the game, CBSSports.com and the CBS Sports app show all the action for free. The game will also be streamed on CBS All Access, FuboTV, Hulu Live and YouTubeTV.

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Patrick Mahomes and Tom Brady
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The Chiefs are 3-point favorites with an Over/Under of 56.5 points, according to BetMGM.

What’s the playoff history between the Buccaneers and Chiefs?

The Bucs and Chiefs have never met in the postseason. Tampa Bay will be making just its second appearance in the big game, having topped the Raiders in 2002 for the franchise’s only title. Kansas City, on the other hand, is looking to increase its banner total to three with a follow-up of 2020’s championship effort. 

Who’s performing the national anthem and halftime show?

Country music singer Eric Church and R&B artist Jazmine Sullivan will perform the national anthem, while the halftime show will be headlined by The Weeknd.

How much are Super Bowl tickets this year?

With attendance limited to 22,000 fans due to COVID-19 concerns, Super Bowl tickets are a hotter commodity than usual. Making prices soar even higher, the Buccaneers are playing for the title at home. Oh, and 7,500 of those tickets are allotted for healthcare workers, as guests of the NFL and 31 non-Tampa Bay teams. 

Put that all together and in the hours after the Bucs won the NFC conference championship on Jan. 24, tickets were going for between $11,173 and $75,460 — the most expensive ticket prices to get into the Super Bowl since TicketIQ began tracking data in 2010.

Why is the Super Bowl measured in Roman numerals?

Officially, the game is Super Bowl LV, with the Roman numerals equating to 55.

The annual designation came from longtime Chiefs owner Lamar Hunt, who suggested using Roman numerals to track Super Bowls. It was not always this way — it took five years to implement the system.

According to the NFL media guide, “The Roman numerals were adopted to clarify any confusion that may occur because the NFL Championship Game — the Super Bowl — is played in the year following a chronologically recorded season. Numerals I through IV were added later for the first four Super Bowls.”

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