It’s time to get out the guacamole and chicken wings because the 2023 Super Bowl is almost here.
For those not acquainted with American football, the Super Bowl is the final game of the National Football League (NFL) season.
If the mention of football is making your eyes glaze over then don’t worry—watching the Super Bowl isn’t just about watching the game. There’s also halftime music performances from some of the world’s biggest stars and seriously iconic commercials to watch out for.
And this year, the 2023 Super Bowl will see Rhianna make her return to the stage for the highly anticipated halftime performance, which will be her first mainstream performance since the birth of her son in 2022.
Whether you’re watching for the game, the commercials or the half-time performances, this is exactly how to watch the Super Bowl from Australia in 2023.
When Is The Super Bowl 2023?
The Super Bowl will take place on Sunday, February 12 at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.
For those of us watching from Australia, that will be Monday February 13 at 10.00am AEDT.
How To Watch The Super Bowl 2023?
You can watch the 2023 Super Bowl live on Channel 7 and 7plus.
Channel 7’s live coverage will begin at 10.00am AEDT, with the halftime show set to start after 12.30pm AEDT.
Keep in mind that the halftime show times may change depending on the game’s progression.
Who’s Playing In The Super Bowl?
This year, the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kanas City Chiefs will compete for the title of league champion.
Who’s Performing At The Super Bowl Halftime Show?
Rhianna fans will be excited to hear that the nine-time Grammy winner will be making her return to the stage for the 2023 halftime Super Bowl performance.
The singer announced her upcoming performance on Twitter and Instagram by posting a photo of her arm holding an NFL football.
You will also hear from eight-time Grammy award winning country singer Chris Stapleton, who will be performing the United States national anthem.
What Commercials Will Be Playing?
This year’s commercial line-up isn’t going to disappoint, with advertisers reportedly shelling out up to US$7 million (AU$10 million) for 30 seconds of commercial time.
This year’s most highly anticipated Super Bowl commercials will see:
- Alicia Silverstone reprise her role as Cher from Clueless for Rakuten
- Ben Stiller and Steve Martin give an acting master class for Pepsi
- Melissa McCarthy take a vacation for Booking.com.
- Diddy create a hit song for Uber Eats
- Will Ferral promote electric cars
- Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul return to Breaking Bad for PopCorners
A Rhianna performance and a Clueless revivial? We’re certainly not missing that.