Betting on Super Bowl LV: White vs Red

4 February 2021

The biggest event in the American sporting calendar is about to take place – The Super Bowl, and whether you’re a US citizen or a member of the EU, there’s no denying how exciting this event is to watch! The Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Bucs) will take on the defending champions, the Kansas City Chiefs in the upcoming Super Bowl LV game, but when’s the big event scheduled to take place? February 7, 2021 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida with entertainment going on right up until kick-off at 11pm!

What are the predictions?

The Buccaneers will be pulling on the white jersey and pewter pants, and this will be the first time they have hosted a game at home in Florida. The opposition, the Chiefs will be sporting their usual red jerseys. Despite only being a few days until the big showdown, there’s still plenty of practicing taking place, but who’s favourited to win? According to online betting markets, the favourite to win The Super Bowl is The Chiefs, but all this could change!

Raymond James Stadium is usually home to some 65,620 fans, but due to the current global epidemic, only 20,000 will be welcomed. The Chiefs hammered the San Francisco 49ers in last year’s Super Bowl 54 – 14 to 2 and they have their sights set on retaining that trophy in 2021.

The Super Bowl FAQ’s:

Q: When is The Super Bowl 2021?
A: Sunday February 7th.

Q: What time is The Super Bowl played 2021?
A: Coverage starts in the UK at 11pm.

Q: Who is favourite to win The Super Bowl 2021?
A: The Chiefs.

Q: Are supporters allowed to attend The Super Bowl 2021?
A: Supporters for both teams are able to attend, but in fewer visitor numbers than normal. A statement on the NFL website reveals how they have partnered with state local officials and the CDC to develop new protocols for maximum safety.

Q: How can I watch The Super Bowl 2021?
A: Super Bowl 2021 will live on BBC One and BBC iPlayer, starting at 11pm GMT on BBC Two, before switching to BBC One for kick-off at 11:30pm GMT. Sky Sports customers can watch for free on Sky Sports Main Event and NFL. Non-Sky Sports subscribers can either ay £9.99 for a NowTV single day watch pass or sign up to Sky Sports with offers starting at £29.99 a month.

Q: Who will be singing the national anthem during The Super Bowl 2021?
A: Eric Church and Jazmine Sullivan will sing the national anthem, with global Canadian pop-sensation The Weekend headlining at half-time.