On Sunday 7 February, the Super Bowl 2021. The sporting event par excellence, which it glues millions of Americans to television every year, is ready to declare who will be the winner of the American football championship. Here’s everything we know about Super Bowl 2021.
When will Super Bowl 2021 be held and where?
The 55th (LV) Super Bowl will be held on Sunday, February 7 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. The event will start, for those wishing to follow it in Italy, at 00.30 on the night between 7 and 8 February. Twenty-five thousand spectators will take part in the event, of which seven thousand and five hundred vaccinated health workers, while the stadium will also be filled with thirty thousand cardboard shapes.
Who will be the protagonists on the pitch of Super Bowl 2021?
Tom Brady (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
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To cross the field in search of the final touchdown will be the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers led by two stars of the first magnitude of the world of American football: the multiple champion Tom Brady is Patrick Mahomes. A historic event especially for the figure of Brady who, at 42, decided to change his career, leaving the Patriots side in Boston and coming to Tampa where, by radically changing his way of playing, he brought the Bucaneers to the their second Super Bowl (the first, in 2002, was signed by manager Jon Gruden).
Who will be the special guests of Super Bowl 2021?
Never like this year in which the Super Bowl it will be followed on television, the show must live up to expectations. Furthermore, the Super Bowl 2021 will have the task of marking the discontinuity with the past to inaugurate the new course of the Biden administration. It is therefore no coincidence that, among the main guests, there is just one Amanda Gorman, the young poet who enchanted the States during Biden’s Inauguration Day. In addition to her, the Super Bowl LV will field a real plethora of stars: a Miley Cyrus the task of organizing the pre-event show, while Jazmine Sullivan and Eric Church will be given the task of singing the American anthem. The halftime show, on the other hand, will be entrusted to The Weeknd.
Super Bowl 2021 and TikTok
Super Bowl 2021 will also be on TikTok. Miley Cyrus, in fact, will be the protagonist of the first TikTok Tailgate, a show attended by 7,500 vaccinated health workers who will also go live via TikTok. The TikTok Tailgate, born from the collaboration between TikTok and the NFL, will be visible both on the social platform starting at 20.30 on Sunday 7 February.
Superbowl 2021: where to follow the event.
Hardman Mecules (Kansas City Chiefs)
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For those wishing to follow the match between the Chiefs and the Buccaneers live, the appointment is at 00.30 on Rai 2 which will broadcast the match live. There will also be live streaming on Rai Play and DAZN.