Super Bowl LVIII
DateFebruary 11, 2024
Kickoff time3:30 p.m. PST (UTC-8)
StadiumAllegiant Stadium, Paradise, Nevada
TV in the United States
Nickelodeon (alternate youth-oriented broadcast)
Radio in the United States
NetworkWestwood One

Super Bowl LVIII is the upcoming American football championship game of the National Football League (NFL) for the 2023 season. It will be the 58th Super Bowl and is scheduled to be played on February 11, 2024, at Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada. This will mark the third straight year that the Super Bowl has been played in the Western United States.

This will be the first Super Bowl that will be held in Nevada and the Las Vegas Valley area.[1][2] The game will be televised nationally by CBS, with a youth oriented alternate broadcast on sister network Nickelodeon, marking the first time such a situation has occurred.[3]


Allegiant Stadium, 2021

Host selection


On May 23, 2018, the league initially selected New Orleans as the site for Super Bowl LVIII. The game, along with Super Bowl LVII, was part of a new awarding process implemented by the league that was introduced in Super Bowl LVI. In the previous process, cities that wished to host a Super Bowl submitted bids, which were deliberated and voted upon at the league owners' meetings. The new process no longer allows cities to bid for the game; the league now chooses the potential candidates.[2]

In March 2020, the league and the NFLPA agreed to expand the regular season from 16 to 17 games beginning in 2021, pushing Super Bowl LVIII to February 11, 2024, and causing a conflict with New Orleans' Mardi Gras celebrations.[4] The league formally announced on October 14, 2020, that New Orleans would host Super Bowl LIX instead of Super Bowl LVIII,[5] and then announced on December 15, 2021, that Las Vegas was chosen as the new site.[6]

The official logo was unveiled on February 13, 2023; it follows the updated logo template introduced by Super Bowl LVI, with the traditional Roman numerals featuring imagery reflecting the host city/region (in this case, the skyline of the Las Vegas Strip and the Las Vegas sign). The numerals are also slanted inward to evoke the architecture of resorts such as the Bellagio and Wynn Las Vegas.[7][8]


United States


Super Bowl LVIII will be televised by CBS and streamed live on Paramount+. It will be the first Super Bowl to be broadcast under the new 11-year NFL television contract, which begins a new four-year rotation between CBS, Fox, NBC, and ABC/ESPN.[3][9]

CBS is tentatively scheduled to air the series premiere of Tracker following the game.[10]

On August 1, 2023, CBS Sports announced that it will carry a youth-oriented alternate broadcast of the game on Paramount Global sister network Nickelodeon. The network has aired alternate broadcasts of select NFL games (both regular season and playoffs) since 2020, but this will mark the first time that the Super Bowl will have an alternate broadcast and be on cable television.[11]


After having sub-licensed the Spanish-language rights to its last three Super Bowl games to ESPN Deportes,[12][13] TelevisaUnivision announced during its upfronts in May 2023 that it had reached an agreement with CBS to carry Super Bowl LVIII on one of its platforms.[14]



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