Though the date and location for the Super Bowl changes every year, the borderline unhealthy fixation on America’s biggest professional sporting event is a constant. In 2020, when the NFL’s 100th season ends with Super Bowl 54, that domestic and global attention will turn to Miami.
The Super Bowl in 2020, the game that will crown an NFL champion for the 2019 season, is scheduled to take place Sunday, Feb. 2 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla. The 49ers will play the Chiefs.
The opening Super Bowl odds made Kansas City the favorite to win the big game in 2020, but not by much. The Chiefs opened as 1 1/2-point favorites over the 49ers, per BetOnline. Because the game basically is considered a pick-’em, there is not much of a difference in the moneylines; early straight-up bettors would need to wager $125 to win $100 on the Chiefs, while 49ers backers could get even money (plus-105) on their side.
We don’t yet know how Super Bowl in 2020 will play out, but we do know one thing about Miami: It knows how to throw a party. So expect Super Bowl 54 and all the events that surround the big game to be nothing short of a spectacular show. That includes a very Miami-appropriate halftime performance.
Below is everything you need to know about the Super Bowl in 2020, including the date, location, odds and halftime show info.
When is Super Bowl 2020?
- Date: Sunday, Feb. 2
- Kickoff time: 6:30 p.m. ET (unofficial)
- TV channel: Fox
- Live stream: Fox Sports app | DAZN (in Canada)
Super Bowl 54, also known as Super Bowl LIV, is scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 2, 2020. The official kickoff time will be determined at a later date, but the ballpark of 6:30 p.m. ET has become the traditional start time for the Super Bowl.
Every Super Bowl since 2003 has taken place during the first week of February. From 1967-2003, all but one Super Bowl took place in January.
The Super Bowl in 2020 will mark the second time a Super Bowl has been played on Feb. 2. On the same date six years ago, the Seahawks dominated the Broncos in New York to win Super Bowl 48.
Per usual, the Super Bowl in 2020 will take place one week after the Pro Bowl in Orlando, Fla., and two weeks after the AFC and NFC championship games. The next notable event on the NFL calendar after the Super Bowl is the 2020 NFL Combine in Indianapolis.
The 2020 NFL league year begins March 18, a little more than a month after the 2019 season concludes with Super Bowl 54 in Miami.
Where is Super Bowl 2020?
The Super Bowl in 2020 will be played in a city that’s no stranger to America’s biggest game. But the venue will be a fresh addition to Super Bowl history.
Super Bowl 54 will be played at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla., a city located in north-central Miami-Dade County roughly 15 miles up I-95 from central Miami. The stadium, home to both the Miami Dolphins and the Miami Hurricanes, was selected as the host venue for the Super Bowl in 2020 in part because of its warm location, but also because of recent renovations.
The NFL made South Florida the host of Super Bowl 54 back in 2016, when Miami competed against Atlanta, New Orleans, Tampa and Los Angeles to secure the big game and when Hard Rock Stadium’s renovation project was completed.
While the stadium’s seating capacity was reduced from 75,000 to 65,000, the renovation featured new video boards, suites and seating pods.
“We were confident. It was definitely our most competitive bid ever,” said chairman of the Super Bowl host committee Rodney Barreto at the time. “A $450-million-plus enhancement to the Dolphins’ stadium. A budget of cash and incentives valued at more than $40 million. A warm weather destination that always delivers. Always.
“We are truly thankful to Mr. Stephen Ross, owner of the Miami Dolphins, for all his support and assistance throughout this process.”
Added Miami-Dade County mayor Carlos Gimenez: “I can’t think of a better place to host the Super Bowl than right here in our world-class community. Miami has hosted more Super Bowls than any other city, and it’s clear why. This is the place to live, work and play, and hosting the Super Bowl at Dolphins’ stadium once again serves as further evidence that Miami is a major event community.”
Indeed, the Miami area already has hosted 10 Super Bowls, and its 11th will break a tie with New Orleans for the most in the country. (New Orleans, though, will create another tie when it hosts Super Bowl 58 in 2024.)
Now called Hard Rock Stadium, the venue the Dolphins call home originally was named Joe Robbie Stadium when it opened in 1987. It has been renamed seven times since and has hosted five Super Bowls, with the old Miami Orange Bowl having hosted South Florida’s other five Super Bowls.
Super Bowl 2020 odds
No team has ever played a Super Bowl in its own city. That won’t happen in 2020, as the Dolphins failed to make the playoffs.
In the preseason, the 49ers opened at +4500 to win the Super Bowl in 2020. That dropped below +350 at most sportsbooks when the postseason began, as San Francisco was the last undefeated team remaining in the regular season and entered the playoffs as the No. 1 seed in the NFC. For the Super Bowl, San Francisco opened as a 1 1/2-point underdog against Kansas City.
The over/under points total for Super Bowl 54 was set at 53 points.
Below are the odds to win Super Bowl 54, via BetOnline, as of the conclusion of the championship round of the playoffs.
|Team||Spread||Money line||Regular-season record|
|Chiefs||– 1 1/2||-125||12-4|
Future Super Bowl locations, host sites
When the NFL considers sites for future Super Bowl locations, many requirements must be met by potential cities, their venues and their accommodations. Stadium quality is among the priorities, which is why several of the next five Super Bowls will be played in new or recently renovated stadiums.
That’s why Minnesota was awarded Super Bowl 52 back in 2018, after all; same for Super Bowl 53 in Atlanta, Super Bowl 54 in Miami and Super Bowl 56 in Los Angeles. Weather is also being a factor when the NFL considers future Super Bowl locations.
That will be the case again in 2020, when the Super Bowl will be played in a recently renovated stadium and in warm weather. Below are the sites the NFL has pinned as future Super Bowl locations.
|Year||Super Bowl host site|
|2020||South Florida, Hard Rock Stadium, Super Bowl 54|
|2021||Tampa, Raymond James Stadium, Super Bowl 55|
|2022||Los Angeles, Los Angeles Stadium, Super Bowl 56|
|2023||Glendale, University of Phoenix Stadium, Super Bowl 57|
|2024||New Orleans, Mercedes-Benz Superdome, Super Bowl 58|
Super Bowl halftime show 2020
Neither Jennifer Lopez nor Shakira is a Miami native, but nobody doubts the duo will deliver an appropriate South Florida vibe with its halftime performance at the Super Bowl in 2020.
Pepsi and the NFL collaborated with Roc Nation to bring the two performance icons together for the first time ever.
“Ever since I saw Diana Ross fly off into the sky at the halftime show, I dreamed of performing at the Super Bowl,” said Lopez when the act as announced. “And now it’s made even more special not only because it’s the NFL’s 100th season, but also because I am performing with a fellow Latina. I can’t wait to show what us girls can do on the world’s biggest stage.”
Added Shakira: “I’m so honored to be taking on one of the world’s biggest stages in the company of a fellow female artist to represent Latinos and Latinas from the U.S. and all over the world. And to top it off, on my birthday. This is a true American dream and we are going to bring the show of a lifetime.”
Lopez is an award-winning singer, actress, producer and entertainer who has established herself in music, film and television. She has sold more than 75 million records and has a cumulative worldwide box-office gross of more than $3 billion.
Lopez has been named to the TIME 100 list, Forbes’ Most Powerful Celebrity and People’s first “Most Beautiful Woman in the World,” in addition to being nominated for both Golden Globe and Grammy awards and receiving the MTV Video Vanguard Award.
Shakira is a Colombian singer-songwriter and multi-Grammy award winner. She has sold more than 75 million records worldwide and has won numerous awards. She is the only artist from South America to have a No. 1 song in the U.S., has had four of the 20 top-selling hits of the last decade and is one of the top five YouTube artists of all time.
Shakira’s latest album, “El Dorado,” charted No. 1 on iTunes in 37 countries, won best pop vocal album at the 2017 Latin Grammy Awards and best Latin pop album at the 2018 Grammy Awards. With more than 10 billion streams, it is one of the most streamed female albums of all time.
Super Bowl national anthem singer 2020
The NFL on Jan. 16 announced that Demi Lovato will sing the national anthem at Super Bowl 54 in Miami.
Lovato is a Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter, actress, advocate, philanthropist and business woman.
In addition, on behalf of the National Association of the Deaf, Christine Sun Kim, an internationally renowned sound artist and performer, will sign the national anthem in American sign language
Super Bowl 2020 tickets
The NFL did not need to wait to know the Super Bowl 54 matchup; tickets for the big game in Miami were available weeks ago.
The league’s official Super Bowl ticket site offers four packages starting at $4,725 a pop. They are as follows:
- Touchdown club ($4,725) — includes ticket, all-inclusive pregame hospitality, NFL alumni experience
- 54 live ($6,525) — includes ticket, all-inclusive pregame hospitality, open air tailgate party
- Legends ($9,000) — includes ticket, stadium club access, NFL legends meet & greet
- On the Fifty (Price not listed) — includes ticket, 72 Club access, postgame field access
Of course, the secondary market is always an option for Super Bowl tickets. Single-ticket prices for Super Bowl 54 on Vivid Seats ranged from $4,527 to $18,504 as of Sunday. Seat Geek’s prices ranged from $3,200 to $24,500.
Sporting News a few years back looked into how the Average Joe can afford to attend the Super Bowl. The easy answer, we found: It depends.
Super Bowl winners by year
|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|