The top-two teams in the NFL are ready to face off for Super Bowl LVIII to decide who’ll go down in history as this season’s champion. It’ll be the defending-champion Kansas City Chiefs taking on the star-studded San Francisco 49ers, with kickoff just two days away.
Kansas City and San Francisco recently punched their tickets to the big game in Las Vegas — the Chiefs with an AFC title game win over the Ravens, and the 49ers with an NFC title game win over the Lions. And now each looks to hoist the Lombardi Trophy.
Below is a look at how can you tune in for Super Bowl 58:
How to watch the 2024 Super Bowl
- Date: Sunday, Feb. 11 | Time: 6:30 p.m. ET
- Location: Allegiant Stadium (Las Vegas)
- TV: CBS, Nickelodeon
- Stream: Available via Paramount+ (one week free trial) on all platforms, or sign in with your TV provider on CBS.com or CBS Sports apps
- Halftime show: Usher
Note: This marks the first time in NFL history that the Super Bowl will be broadcast in two different formats, with CBS carrying the traditional broadcast of the game and Nickelodeon airing an exclusive kids- and family-friendly telecast. The CBS broadcast will be available to stream via Paramount+.
Paramount+ can be streamed on a number of supported devices, including iPhones, iPads, Apple TVs, Fire TVs, PlayStation 4s and 5s, Roku TVs, Xboxs and Google TVs.
What is the Nickelodeon broadcast?
CBS Sports and Nickelodeon have teamed up to air several iterations of family-friendly NFL action, infusing kid-themed elements like virtual-reality graphics and Nick characters into game broadcasts. This will continue with Super Bowl LVIII, following up a “Nickelodeon NFL Nickmas Game” between the Chiefs and Raiders scheduled for Christmas Day.
“There is nobody more suited than our CBS Sports production team, in conjunction with our friends at Nickelodeon, to deliver an innovative and slime-filled Nick-ified telecast for kids and family,” CBS Sports chairman Sean McManus said, “alongside our industry-leading NFL production on CBS, to create a truly unique viewing experience and broaden the reach of the Super Bowl to a new legion of fans.”