The Super Bowl is definitely the largest and most-watched sporting event in all of America. Tens of millions of football fans religiously watch the extremely exciting match-up and enjoy the entire event in front of their TVs with friends and loved ones. The Super Bowl Sunday has become an unofficial holiday for American football fans.
Super Bowl 2020 is the 54th edition of the Super Bowl event and also marks the 50th modern-era NFL championship. Also called the Super Bowl LIV (54), the championship game will decide the victors of the NFL 2019 and the NFL 100th season of American football.
What Day is Super Bowl 2020? How much time I have to plan a Party?
Although the date and location of the Super Bowl keep changing each year, football fans are diligent when it comes to going to extreme ends to ensure that they enjoy the Super Bowl Sunday and make it truly memorable. Traditionally, at least since 2003, every Super Bowl match has been scheduled for the first week of February each year. As is usual, the Super Bowl LIV will be played a week after the Pro Bowl in Orlando, Florida concludes and exactly two weeks after the NFC and AFC championships.
Super Bowl 54 will be played on Sunday, 2nd February 2020 at the famous Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Miami, Florida. Coincidentally, this is the 11th Super Bowl to be hosted in the South Florida region as well as being the 6th Super Bowl to be hosted at the Miami Gardens arena. Previously, the Hard Rock Stadium hosted the Super Bowl LXIV over 10 years ago.
So, if you are planning a party, you have less than a month from today. Make sure to get your food and drinks in order before 6:30 PM (ET) for the traditional kick-off time for Super Bowl Sunday.
NFL Super Bowl 2020 Bracket
The NFL Super Bowl 2020 bracket was created after the 49ers beat the Seahawks on the “Sunday Night Football” held in Week 17. As the NFC and AFC have already set the seeding, the league will soon launch the schedule for the play-offs in 2020 in the Wild-Card round of the Super Bowl LIV.
From Saturday, 4th January 2020, the play-off games consisting of 11 matches will decide the finalists who will play on Super Bowl Sunday on 2nd February 2020.
NFL Playoff Format Explained: Road to Super Bowl 2020
If you are looking to root for the best-playing teams, then we have a simple way to explain the NFL Super Bowl playoff format ready for you.
The NFL 2019-2020 playoffs for the NFL 2019 season are set to begin on the 4th of January, 2020 and will conclude with the finale on Super Bowl Sunday on 2nd February, 2020 at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, South Florida.
Here is a simple breakdown of the NFL Super Bowl 2020 playoffs format:
- 5th January 2020 – Minnesota Vikings will play against New Orleans Saints at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
- 5th January 2020 – Seattle Seahawks will face off against Philadelphia Eagles at the Gillette Stadium.
- 11th January 2020 – Winner between Seattle Seahawks and Philadelphia Eagles match will face off against San Francisco 49ers at Levi’s Stadium.
- 12th January 2020 – Winner from the Minnesota Vikings and New Orleans Saints match will face off against the Green Bay Packers at the Lambeau Stadium.
- 19th January 2020 – Winner of playoffs on 11th January and 12th January match will face off against each other in the NFC Championship.
- 4th January 2020 – The Tennessee Titans will face off against champion’s current Super Bowl champions New England Patriots at the Gillette Stadium.
- 4th January 2020 – The Buffalo Bills will face off against Houston Texans at the NRG Stadium.
- 11th January 2020 – Winner between the Buffalo Bills and Houston Texans will play against the Baltimore Ravens at the M&T Bank Stadium.
- 12th January 2020 – The winner from the Tennessee Titans and New England Patriots game will face off against the Kansas City Chiefs at the Arrowhead Stadium.
- 19th January 2020 – Winner of playoffs from the 11th January and 12th January games will face off in the AFC Championship.
The winners of the NFC Championship and AFC Championship will finally face off at Super Bowl 2020 on Sunday, 2nd February 2020 at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Miami, Florida.