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How to watch 2020 Super Bowl: Kickoff time, TV channel, online streaming, more

Here’s all the information you need to know about Super Bowl 54.

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It’s finally that time. Super Bowl LIV is here and either the San Francisco 49ers or the Kansas City Chiefs will end the day as champions.

Both teams are incredibly deserving of the honor, as both finished in the top two of their conference and had fairly dominant performances in the playoffs. The Chiefs finished the season 12-4, then after early scares in both the divisional and conference championship rounds, they asserted their superiority over the Titans and Texans.

The 49ers didn’t quite have the dramatic nature in their postseason. After their 13-3 seasons, they handled both NFC North playoff qualifiers with relative ease. First, downing the Vikings 27-10 then just flat-out embarrassing the Packers 37-20.

It’s one of the more highly-anticipated matchups in recent Super Bowl history if for no other reason than it’s two teams that haven’t been here in awhile. The Chiefs are looking for their first title in 50 years, while it’s surprisingly been 25 for the 49ers.

Here’s all of the information you need to know about Sunday’s Super Bowl matchup.

How to watch Super Bowl LIV

Date: Sunday, Feb. 2, 2020
Location: Hard Rock Stadium — Miami, FL
Kickoff time: ~6:30 p.m. ET
TV announcers: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Erin Andrews, Chris Myers
Online streaming: Yahoo Sports app, Fox Sports app, Fox Now app
National radio: Westwood One
Radio announcers: Kevin Harlan, Kurt Warner, Laura Okmin, Tony Boselli
National anthem performed by: Demi Lovato
Halftime show: Jennifer Lopez, Shakira
Line: Chiefs by 1.5
Prop bets: List of the best prop bets are here