Where is Super Bowl LVII? | DAZN News US

The Super Bowl is the showpiece of any NFL season. 

It is an event that not just transcends sport but also entertainment with its star-studded guests and halftime shows which are always performances to remember, for better or worse. 

Next season's Super Bowl will be the 57th to be staged by the NFL, but where will it take place?

Find out below. 

Where is Super Bowl LVII? Date, location

Super Bowl LVII will take place on February 12, 2023, at the State Farm Stadium, home of the Arizona Cardinals. 

This will be the third Super Bowl to be staged at this stadium. 

Who plays in the Super Bowl?

The Super Bowl sees the AFC champion and NFC champion go head-to-head for the Vince Lombardi trophy. 

Arizona's Super Bowl history

Super Bowl XXX - January 28, 1996

The first time Arizona hosted a Super Bowl came in 1996, but not at the State Farm Stadium. Instead, it was the Sun Devil Stadium that was the stage for the big game. 

The Dallas Cowboys were victorious on that occasion, beating the Pittsburgh Steelers 27-17 to claim the franchise's fifth Vince Lombardi trophy. 

Super Bowl XLII - February 3, 2008

SuperBowl 2008_Helmet Catch

This has often been labeled one of the best games in the history of the NFL when the New York Giants beat Tom Brady's New England Patriots, who went unbeaten the whole season. 

It was tight throughout all four quarters, but if there is one moment fans remember from this game, it's the infamous 'Helmet Catch'. Giants QB Eli Manning managed to escape the pursuit of three Patriots defenders in the game's final two minutes and threw a 32-yard pass to receiver David Tyree who made the catch by pressing the ball against his helmet. This set up the game-winning touchdown for the Giants, who were 17-14 winners. 

Super Bowl XLIX - February 1, 2015

Patriots SB 2015

The Patriots were back in Arizona for the Super Bowl, but this time they were hoping to leave with the Vince Lombardi trophy when they took on the Seattle Seahawks. 

After going in at halftime level at 14-14, the Seahawks took a 10-point lead in the third quarter, but the Patriots hit back and scored 14 unanswered points to take a 28-24 lead.

However, it would be the final play of the game which stole the show. The Seahawks were camped at the Patriots' 1-yard line, and instead of opting for a running play, QB Russell Wilson elected to pass the ball. As a result, his endzone-bound pass was intercepted by cornerback Malcolm Butler who secured the win for the Patriots, ending the franchise's 10-year championship drought. 

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