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When is Super Bowl 2022? Date, location, odds, halftime show for Super Bowl 56

The 2022 NFL playoffs have arrived and soon enough, two teams will be battling to win Super Bowl 56. It may seem like the Buccaneers were just becoming the first team to take home a title on their home soil, but soon enough, a new team will have a shot to unseat the reigning champions.

History will have a chance to repeat itself in 2022. The Buccaneers could either become the second Tom Brady-led team to win back-to-back Super Bowls other Rams could make it back-to-back years that a team wins the Super Bowl at its home arena, as SoFi Stadium is set to host the 2022 Super Bowl.

It won’t be an easy path for Los Angeles to do that. Both the AFC and NFC have been unpredictable this year, as few teams have proven consistent throughout the whole season. That said, there are still plenty of well-built, talented teams among the 14-team playoff field and if any of the talented quarterbacks like Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady, Josh Allen and Patrick Mahomes get hot, their team could quickly become the team to beat.

But as unpredictable as the playoffs may be, the Super Bowl broadcast, location and date are basically set in stone. Here’s everything you need to know about the big game in 2022, including when Super Bowl 56 will be played.

MORE: Complete NFL playoff schedule for 2022

When is Super Bowl 2022?

Date: Sunday, Feb. 13, 2022Kickoff time: 6:30 p.m. (unofficial)TV channel: NBCLive stream: NBC Sports App | fuboTV | DAZN (in Canada)

The Super Bowl will take place on Sunday, Feb. 13, 2022. It marks the first time since 2003 that the Super Bowl has not been held on the first Sunday in February. Because of the NFL’s expanded, 17-game, 18-week schedule, it will be held on the second Sunday in February.

This is the latest that a Super Bowl has ever been held. Super Bowls 44, 50 and 55 all were held on Feb. 7, which was previously the record for the latest Super Bowl. Under the NFL’s new format, the latest date on which a Super Bowl can occur is Feb. 14.

NBC is set to broadcast the Super Bowl. Al Michael, Cris Collinsworth and the rest of the “Sunday Night Football” crew will presumably broadcast the event. NBC’s last Super Bowl broadcast came in 2019, when Tom Brady’s Patriots beat Jared Goff’s Rams 13-3.

Where is Super Bowl 2022?

City: Inglewood, Calif.Stadium: SoFi Stadium

SoFi Stadium — the home of the Rams and the Chargers — will host the Super Bowl in 2022. Originally, the new stadium, which opened in 2020, was scheduled to host the Super Bowl in 2021. However, weather-related construction delays caused the league to move the 2021 Super Bowl to Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay, Fla. and the 2022 Super Bowl to Los Angeles.

The Super Bowl will be the first big event scheduled for SoFi Stadium, with both the College Football Playoff Championship and WrestleMania 39 scheduled to take place there in 2023. The Chargers and Rams both began playing there in 2020, though fans weren’t allowed at either of their home games as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

SoFi Stadium seats 70,240 people normally, but it can be expanded greatly for major events, including the Super Bowl, to seat up to 100,240. The stadium was originally expected to cost $2.5 billion to build, but because of the construction delays, it cost $5.5 billion, making it the most expensive stadium ever built.

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Super Bowl odds 2022

The Chiefs and Buccaneers opened the season as the two Super Bowl favorites, as sportsbooks predicted a Super Bowl rematch in 2022. However, both teams finished as the No. 2 seeds in their respective conferences, and that allowed the Packers to leapfrog them, per odds from FanDuel Sportsbook.

The Titans, the No. 1 seed in the AFC, have the fifth-shortest odds to win the 2022 Super Bowl. Meanwhile, the Cowboys have the shortest odds (+1100) of any team to miss the postseason last year.

Below are the odds, which are subject to change ahead of the Wild Card round, which begins on Saturday, Jan. 15.

Team
Odds
Packers
+380
Chiefs
+450
Buccaneers
+750
Bills
+750
Titans
+850
Rams
+950
Cowboys
+1100
Bengals
+1700
Cardinals
+2100
49ers
+2100
Patriots
+2200
Eagles
+5500
Raiders
+5500
Steelers
+9000

Future Super Bowl locations, host sites

The NFL had previously announced that State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Ari. — home of the Cardinals — would host the 2023 Super Bowl and the Caesar’s Superdome — home of the Saints — would host the 2025 Super Bowl, but the league hadn’t confirmed a host city for the 2024 event. Why? Because New Orleans was supposed to host it, but a conflict with Mardi Gras forced them to push hosting back to 2025.

The NFL officially announced that Las Vegas would host the 2024 Super Bowl. Allegiant Stadium, the new home of the Raiders, will host Super Bowl 58, which is no surprise given that the NFL prioritizes hosting the Super Bowl at stadiums with recently updated and upgraded amenities. Location also plays a role in this, as the NFL has historically preferred warm-weather locations for stadiums without a dome.

SoFi Stadium has a roof, but the sides of the structure are open. As such, it is considered an open-air stadium.

Below are the sites the NFL has pinned as future Super Bowl locations.

Year
Super Bowl host site
2022
Los Angeles, Los Angeles Stadium, Super Bowl 56
2023
Glendale, State Farm Stadium, Super Bowl 57
2024
Las Vegas, Allegiant Stadium, Super Bowl 58
2025
New Orleans, Caesar’s Superdome, Super Bowl 59

Super Bowl halftime show 2022

The Super Bowl halftime show will feature five rap and R&B legends in 2022. Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige and Kendrick Lamar will be the performers for the spectacle. The quintet has a combined total of 43 Grammys and 21 Billboard No. 1 albums.

For more information on the five performers, click here.

Super Bowl national anthem singer 2022

The national anthem singers for 2022 have yet to be announced. The NFL will likely announce the anthem singers at some point during the NFL playoffs, as it’s often one of the last elements of the Super Bowl that the league finalizes. Eric Church and Jazmine Sullivan performed the anthem in 2021.

Super Bowl winners by year

Date
Super Bowl
Winner
Points
Loser
Points
MVP
Stadium
City
State
Feb. 7, 2021
LV (55)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
31
Kansas City Chiefs
9
Tom Brady
Raymond James Stadium
Tampa Bay
Florida
Feb. 2, 2020
LIV (54)
Kansas City Chiefs
31
San Francisco 49ers
20
Patrick Mahomes
Hard Rock Stadium
Miami Gardens
Florida
Feb 3, 2019
LIII (53)
New England Patriots
13
Los Angeles Rams
3
Julian Edelman
Mercedez-Benz Stadium
Atlanta
Georgia
Feb 4, 2018
LII (52)
Philadelphia Eagles
41
New England Patriots
33
Nick Foles
U.S. Bank Stadium
Minneapolis
Minnesota
Feb 5, 2017
LI (51)
New England Patriots
34
Atlanta Falcons
28
Tom Brady
NRG Stadium
Houston
Texas
Feb 7, 2016
50
Denver Broncos
24
Carolina Panthers
10
Von Miller
Levi’s Stadium
Santa Clara
California
Feb 1, 2015
XLIX (49)
New England Patriots
28
Seattle Seahawks
24
Tom Brady
University of Phoenix Stadium
Glendale
Arizona
Feb 2, 2014
XLVIII (48)
Seattle Seahawks
43
Denver Broncos
8
Malcolm Smith
MetLife Stadium
East Rutherford
New Jersey
Feb 3, 2013
XLVII (47)
Baltimore Ravens
34
San Francisco 49ers
31
Joe Flacco
Mercedes-Benz Superdome
New Orleans
Louisiana
Feb 5, 2012
XLVI (46)
New York Giants
21
New England Patriots
17
Eli Manning
Lucas Oil Stadium
Indianapolis
Indiana
Feb 6, 2011
XLV (45)
Green Bay Packers
31
Pittsburgh Steelers
25
Aaron Rodgers
Cowboys Stadium
Arlington
Texas
Feb 7, 2010
XLIV (44)
New Orleans Saints
31
Indianapolis Colts
17
Drew Brees
Sun Life Stadium
Miami Gardens
Florida
Feb 1, 2009
XLIII (43)
Pittsburgh Steelers
27
Arizona Cardinals
23
Santonio Holmes
Raymond James Stadium
Tampa
Florida
Feb 3, 2008
XLII (42)
New York Giants
17
New England Patriots
14
Eli Manning
University of Phoenix Stadium
Glendale
Arizona
Feb 4, 2007
XLI (41)
Indianapolis Colts
29
Chicago Bears
17
Peyton Manning
Dolphin Stadium
Miami Gardens
Florida
Feb 5, 2006
XL (40)
Pittsburgh Steelers
21
Seattle Seahawks
10
Hines Ward
Ford Field
Detroit
Michigan
Feb 6, 2005
XXXIX (39)
New England Patriots
24
Philadelphia Eagles
21
Deion Branch
Alltel Stadium
Jacksonville
Florida
Feb 1, 2004
XXXVIII (38)
New England Patriots
32
Carolina Panthers
29
Tom Brady
Reliant Stadium
Houston
Texas
Jan 26, 2003
XXXVII (37)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
48
Oakland Raiders
21
Dexter Jackson
Qualcomm Stadium
San Diego
California
Feb 3, 2002
XXXVI (36)
New England Patriots
20
St. Louis Rams
17
Tom Brady
Louisiana Superdome
New Orleans
Louisiana
Jan 28, 2001
XXXV (35)
Baltimore Ravens
34
New York Giants
7
Ray Lewis
Raymond James Stadium
Tampa
Florida
Jan 30, 2000
XXXIV (34)
St. Louis Rams
23
Tennessee Titans
16
Kurt Warner
Georgia Dome
Atlanta
Georgia
Jan 31, 1999
XXXIII (33)
Denver Broncos
34
Atlanta Falcons
19
John Elway
Pro Player Stadium
Miami Gardens
Florida
Jan 25, 1998
XXXII (32)
Denver Broncos
31
Green Bay Packers
24
Terrell Davis
Qualcomm Stadium
San Diego
California
Jan 26, 1997
XXXI (31)
Green Bay Packers
35
New England Patriots
21
Desmond Howard
Louisiana Superdome
New Orleans
Louisiana
Jan 28, 1996
XXX (30)
Dallas Cowboys
27
Pittsburgh Steelers
17
Larry Brown
Sun Devil Stadium
Tempe
Arizona
Jan 29, 1995
XXIX (29)
San Francisco 49ers
49
San Diego Chargers
26
Steve Young
Joe Robbie Stadium
Miami Gardens
Florida
Jan 30, 1994
XXVIII (28)
Dallas Cowboys
30
Buffalo Bills
13
Emmitt Smith
Georgia Dome
Atlanta
Georgia
Jan 31, 1993
XXVII (27)
Dallas Cowboys
52
Buffalo Bills
17
Troy Aikman
Rose Bowl
Pasadena
California
Jan 26, 1992
XXVI (26)
Washington Redskins
37
Buffalo Bills
24
Mark Rypien
Metrodome
Minneapolis
Minnesota
Jan 27, 1991
XXV (25)
New York Giants
20
Buffalo Bills
19
Ottis Anderson
Tampa Stadium
Tampa
Florida
Jan 28, 1990
XXIV (24)
San Francisco 49ers
55
Denver Broncos
10
Joe Montana
Louisiana Superdome
New Orleans
Louisiana
Jan 22, 1989
XXIII (23)
San Francisco 49ers
20
Cincinnati Bengals
16
Jerry Rice
Joe Robbie Stadium
Miami Gardens
Florida
Jan 31, 1988
XXII (22)
Washington Redskins
42
Denver Broncos
10
Doug Williams
Jack Murphy Stadium
San Diego
California
Jan 25, 1987
XXI (21)
New York Giants
39
Denver Broncos
20
Phil Simms
Rose Bowl
Pasadena
California
Jan 26, 1986
XX (20)
Chicago Bears
46
New England Patriots
10
Richard Dent
Louisiana Superdome
New Orleans
Louisiana
Jan 20, 1985
XIX (19)
San Francisco 49ers
38
Miami Dolphins
16
Joe Montana
Stanford Stadium
Palo Alto
California
Jan 22, 1984
XVIII (18)
Los Angeles Raiders
38
Washington Redskins
9
Marcus Allen
Tampa Stadium
Tampa
Florida
Jan 30, 1983
XVII (17)
Washington Redskins
27
Miami Dolphins
17
John Riggins
Rose Bowl
Pasadena
California
Jan 24, 1982
XVI (16)
San Francisco 49ers
26
Cincinnati Bengals
21
Joe Montana
Pontiac Silverdome
Pontiac
Michigan
Jan 25, 1981
XV (15)
Oakland Raiders
27
Philadelphia Eagles
10
Jim Plunkett
Louisiana Superdome
New Orleans
Louisiana
Jan 20, 1980
XIV (14)
Pittsburgh Steelers
31
Los Angeles Rams
19
Terry Bradshaw
Rose Bowl
Pasadena
California
Jan 21, 1979
XIII (13)
Pittsburgh Steelers
35
Dallas Cowboys
31
Terry Bradshaw
Orange Bowl
Miami
Florida
Jan 15, 1978
XII (12)
Dallas Cowboys
27
Denver Broncos
10
Harvey Martin, Randy White
Superdome
New Orleans
Louisiana
Jan 9, 1977
XI (11)
Oakland Raiders
32
Minnesota Vikings
14
Fred Biletnikoff
Rose Bowl
Pasadena
California
Jan 18, 1976
X (10)
Pittsburgh Steelers
21
Dallas Cowboys
17
Lynn Swann
Orange Bowl
Miami
Florida
Jan 12, 1975
IX (9)
Pittsburgh Steelers
16
Minnesota Vikings
6
Franco Harris
Tulane Stadium
New Orleans
Louisiana
Jan 13, 1974
VIII (8)
Miami Dolphins
24
Minnesota Vikings
7
Larry Csonka
Rice Stadium
Houston
Texas
Jan 14, 1973
VII (7)
Miami Dolphins
14
Washington Redskins
7
Jake Scott
Memorial Coliseum
Los Angeles
California
Jan 16, 1972
VI (6)
Dallas Cowboys
24
Miami Dolphins
3
Roger Staubach
Tulane Stadium
New Orleans
Louisiana
Jan 17, 1971
V (5)
Baltimore Colts
16
Dallas Cowboys
13
Chuck Howley
Orange Bowl
Miami
Florida
Jan 11, 1970
IV (4)
Kansas City Chiefs
23
Minnesota Vikings
7
Len Dawson
Tulane Stadium
New Orleans
Louisiana
Jan 12, 1969
III (3)
New York Jets
16
Baltimore Colts
7
Joe Namath
Orange Bowl
Miami
Florida
Jan 14, 1968
II (2)
Green Bay Packers
33
Oakland Raiders
14
Bart Starr
Orange Bowl
Miami
Florida
Jan 15, 1967
I (1)
Green Bay Packers
35
Kansas City Chiefs
10
Bart Starr
Memorial Coliseum
Los Angeles
California

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