What time does Super Bowl 58 kick off? Date, latest news and talkSPORT coverage

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The road to Super Bowl 58 is well underway as the NFL’s best teams battle to book a place in Las Vegas next month.

The Kansas City Chiefs are the reigning holders of the Vince Lombardi Trophy having beat the Philadelphia Eagles 38-35 in Arizona last year.

Mahomes led the Chiefs to glory last year


Mahomes led the Chiefs to glory last yearCredit: Getty Images – Getty

Patrick Mahomes and co will face a fight to defend their crown after the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers received first-round byes through the playoffs.

The Ravens finished No 1 seed in the AFC, with the 49ers similarly securing top spot in the NFC.

The Chiefs have now joined the two teams in the divisional playoffs having beaten the Miami Dolphins in a whirlwind wild-card round.

Super Bowl 58: UK start time

Super Bowl 58 is set to take place on Sunday, February 11.

Kick-off at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas is scheduled for 11:40pm UK time.

For UK fans, it will be an earlier Super Bowl than usual but still far later than the 3:40pm start time for fans inside the 65,000-capacity stadium.

Providing that the match doesn’t go into overtime, the contest should finish by around 3am UK time.

Super Bowl 58: talkSPORT coverage 

talkSPORT will be providing you with live coverage of Super Bowl 58, beginning at 11pm UK time.

Throughout Super Bowl week, talkSPORT 2 will also host daily live shows from Radio Row in Las Vegas.

Early Sports Breakfast on Thursday, February 8 and Friday, February 9 will also be presented live from Vegas at 5am UK time.

Commentary from the Allegiant Stadium on Game Night will come from Will Gavin and Jeff Reinebold.

It will be broadcast live and free-to-air on ITV1 and Sky Sports.

NFL fans in Las Vegas will have a much more agreeable start time


NFL fans in Las Vegas will have a much more agreeable start timeCredit: Getty

Super Bowl 58: Playoff schedule

Wild Card Weekend

Saturday, January 13

  • Houston Texans 45-14 Cleveland Browns
  • Kansas City Chiefs 26-7 Miami Dolphins

Sunday, January 14

  • Dallas Cowboys 32-48 Green Bay Packers
  • Detroit Lions 24-23 Los Angeles Rams

Monday, January 15

  • Buffalo Bills 31-17 Pittsburgh Steelers
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers 32-9 Philadelphia Eagles

Divisional Playoffs

January 20

  • Baltimore Ravens vs Houston Texans
  • San Francisco 49ers vs Green Bay Packers

January 21

  • Detroit Lions vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • Buffalo Bills vs Kansas City Chiefs

Conference Championships

Sunday, January 28 

  • TBD vs TBD 
  • TBD vs TBD 

Super Bowl LVIII

Sunday, February 11 


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